Coronation Street Christmas spoiler videos reveal sad goodbye as legend exits, tears of joy at good news and long-lost relative debuts

Corrie lines up scenes of all emotions during its Christmas week offerings, making it unmissable viewing this festive season (Picture: ITV)

Fans of the ITV serial opera Coronation Street will probably remember their Christmas trips because of the shocking exits, significant revelations, and impending major news.

The joyous occasion is not devoid of melancholy; after 23 years, Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) is scheduled to leave the street named after him. This leads to numerous poignant moments with Carla Connor (Alison King), one of which we’ve included here.

Carla not only bids farewell to her one and only true love, but she also gets a surprising surprise when a long-lost relative unexpectedly appears on her doorstep and reveals his identity.

There’s sorrow at the Baileys as well; Ed (Trevor Michael Georges) is haunted by the burglary, while at the Kabin, Daisy Midgeley (Charlotte Jordan) and Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) learn shocking information.

News that brings tears of joy—a rare occurrence in soap operas.

Metro gives you a sneak peek at all the happiness and sadness that lie ahead each week with these exclusive clips. Thank you very much.

Christmas Day

Despite the recent burglary, the Baileys try their best to embrace the holiday spirit on Christmas morning. But after the incident and the knowledge that Aggie is still away, Ed isn’t in the mood to rejoice.

The father is shocked to find his gift, a watch with the words “world’s best dad” on it.

Boxing Day

Peter and Carla share memories of their past romance while snuggling on the couch. Knowing that he must leave, Peter continues to congratulate Carla, who finds it difficult to contain her tears as they realise that this is the end of their marriage.

Before Peter leaves, the cherished pair enjoys one last afternoon together and exchanges a passionate kiss.

When Bobby, a young man, shows up at Carla’s door and says he’s Rob Donovan’s son—that is, he’s her nephew—she’s shocked.

Carla is shocked to learn that Rob is not a father because, as far as she is aware. I wonder if she’ll believe him. And if so, now that Peter has left, is Bobby’s coming something she can look forward to?

Friday December 29

Jenny is on the phone, checking to see if their bid for the Rovers has been accepted, while Daisy is tense. Before telling Daisy that they now officially own the pub and can reopen in the New Year, Jenny lets her think that they missed out.

Enthralled, Daisy and Jenny embrace, signifying the unique occasion when harmony is reestablished.

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