ACTRESS Kym Marsh has left the cobbles to movie mysterious funeral scenes – sparking fears that her character’s uncle Johnny Walker has died.
Michelle Connor has been seen wearing all-black to attend a wake, however followers have been left at the hours of darkness as to who has died.
Kym Marsh has sparked rumours of a serious character’s dying in upcoming scenes[/caption]
It has set off rumours that Michelle could possibly be at Johnny’s funeral after he not too long ago suffered a well being scare as a consequence of his MS.
He turned unwell after kidnapping his granddaughter, Susie, from her mum, Eva Worth (Catherine Tyldesley), following the dying of his son Aidan Connor (Shayne Ward).
Aidan took his personal life following a secret battle with melancholy in a storyline aiming to boost consciousness of male suicide.
It was his dad Johnny who found his son’s physique at his Victoria Road flat after Aidan failed to show up for work on the manufacturing unit.
Kym filmed alongside a person in a go well with, nevertheless it’s unknown how he’s related to the storyline[/caption]
The 42-year-old actress has been snapped filming a wake in Weatherfield[/caption]
It got here shortly after he found Eva had secretly given start to Aidan’s child and handed her over to pal Toyah Battersby who needed to boost the child as her personal with Peter Barlow.
Johnny left fans shocked when he stole child Susie from the pub after nicking Liz McDonald’s keys from her.
He then disappeared to a resort with the tot, telling Liz he deliberate to take Susie to Spain as a result of he couldn’t bear shedding her.
Johnny collapsed after handing again the child to Eva, however later made up with the brand new mum.
Followers now assume Johnny could have been killed off within the newest cleaning soap plot twist.
Kym, 42, was this week seen sporting a gray t-shirt and thin black denims whereas out filming on location.
Her character is about to marry fiance Robert Preston after Michelle was shot at her first try to stroll down the aisle by evil Pat Phelan.
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