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Corrie spoiler: Gary finds property hidden at murdered Rick’s house before Kelly decides

Coronation Street’s Gary Windass makes an unexpected discovery at the home of murdered Rick Neelan as he attends the funeral of man who will be Kelly

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Coronation line: Kelly Neelan doesn’t want her father’s inheritance

Coronation Street will see Gary Windass’ dangerous murder secret come closer to a boil as a shocking discovery is made on ITV soap.

Corrie fans watched Laura (Kel Allen) uncover the truth about Rick Neelan’s death when Gary (Mikey North) confessed to killing him.

At first, Laura is determined to go to the police and report Gary, but when she sees how happy her daughter Kelly (Millie Gibson) is in the care of Gary and Maria (Samia Longchambon), she decides to take the blame for herself. .

Laura’s character will tragically die after confessing, in the midst of a devastating battle with cancer, and leave behind her struggling daughter Kelly.

ITV revealers have revealed that an eventual funeral will be held for Rick on Coronation Street after he was killed in 2019, with Kelly set to inherit everything from her father, including whole family house.






A final funeral will be held for Rick on Coronation Street

At the abandoned house, Gary is confronted with a photo of Rick smiling and packing to bring back to Kelly.

As Gary, Maria, and Kelly gather at Rick’s grave, a mysterious man approaches and spits on the coffin, telling Kelly that he hopes Rick has rotted in hell.

Gary couldn’t control himself and punched the man – an incident that was captured by a photographer hiding in the bushes.






Gary, Maria and Kelly gather at Rick’s grave

Photographs of the war appeared on the pages of the Weatherfield Gazette, leaving Maria horrieif behind as Beth showed her.

Meanwhile Ed (Trevor Michael Georges) and Paul (Peter Ash) find a storehouse of £17,000 under the floorboards of Rick’s house. Gary has to decide what he’s going to do with the money, so what will he do?

Poor Kelly has another funeral to prepare for after her mother’s tragic death.






Ed and Paul found a storage of £17,000 under the floorboards of Rick’s house

As Kelly irons her dress for a somber occasion, Gary and Maria dread the day to come.

How will she deal with Laura’s funeral when she learns that her mother passed away without Kelly giving her a chance to explain or say goodbye?

Kelly comes home tired from her mother’s funeral and Gary offers to bank her £17k, but an eloquent Kelly says she’ll do it herself.






Poor Kelly has another funeral to prepare for after her mother’s tragic death.

Next week, Summer Spellman, played by Harriet Bibby, is having trouble controlling her insulin levels.

In the Coronation Street sequel, Summer’s friend Amy Barlow, who recently learned of her eating disorder, confronts Summer at Victoria Gardens and points out that it is putting her in grave danger. .

Summer responded angrily and urged Amy to back off. Her disturbing behavior could then have dangerous consequences, when police found her collapsed on a bench next to bottles of alcohol.

Not knowing she had diabetes and needed medical attention, they assumed she was drunk and took her to the police station.

Amy and Aadi tell Craig that Summer’s downfall can be attributed to her diabetes and that he rushes to the cells at the police station, where he finds Summer in a diabetic coma.

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