Coronation Street’s Ben Price addresses the end of Leanne Battersby and Nick Tilsley

They’ve faced many challenges, but what does the future hold? (Picture: ITV)

After Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) supported her step-son Simon Barlow (Alex Bain), who put Nick’s son Sam (Jude Riordan) in danger by driving while intoxicated, Leanne and Nick had a rocky few months on Coronation Street.

According to fresh information from Ben Price, Nick isn’t totally persuaded that Leanne wants to move forward with the wedding arrangements, even if the couple has become engaged (again).

He acknowledged, “He’s not too happy about it.” He says, “Could we just slow this down a bit and it not be too soon or too quick?'” in addition to the fact that “it’s going to cost a fortune.” I still don’t know where I am, and it will cost me a lot of money. To be honest, I believe he is trying to find a way to get out of it. As in, “Let’s think about it. Let us give it a half-year.

While it may not seem like a happily ever after, Ben made it very evident that Nick is still in love with Leanne. It’s not huge enough to declare, “I don’t want to get married,” but I don’t think he’s certain either. He is in love with her. He adores her.

Ben maintained that Nick and Leanne still had a future together and that their challenges are what made their relationship realistic, despite the obstacles that currently stand in their way.

“Since they’ve been together for a long time, it shouldn’t be that you can’t start talking honestly without it always just falling apart,” he said.

“I believe he still hasn’t figured out what he thinks.” Since they’ve been married for a long time, you have to assume that their relationship fluctuates like any other. They have been a part of their lives for an extended period.

When Leanne succumbs to the charms of Rowan (Emrhys Cooper), the leader of a dubious institution named The Institute, new challenges are about to arise. This doesn’t worry Nick at first, but as Leanne grows more attracted to Rowan, it slowly starts to become an issue.

When Leanne first sees Rowan, she is taken (Image: ITV)

Will Nick and Leanne’s relationship come to an end? As it has with so many others, Ben expressed to us his hope that the connection will withstand this storm.

“In my heart, I think Nick and Leanne are probably forever,” he said.

“I believe that viewers are long-term appreciators.” “Oh, I can’t believe she did that,” is what you want them to say when they’re watching TV. I’m shocked that he did that. They are going to reconcile. They will, I’m sure of it. since individuals put money into the partnership. I have a stake in this partnership. However, you ought to be prepared to disregard all of that and investigate its origins.

It should indeed be rough. Indeed, in a show like this, you should always allow outsiders to enter the partnership. Yes, at that moment, you should fall deeply in love with that narrative and that person. That, in my opinion, is crucial to this show.

Because of the very nature of soap operas, a relationship—no matter how strong or popular—can’t always be counted on to endure, and the actors are constantly prepared for the possibility that things could change.

Ben loves working with Jane Danson and wants to see it continue, even if he is aware of this.

It’s quite easy on set, we’ve known each other for a long time, and we both work in similar ways. That’s kind of like a dream, and that’s what you want to continue with, he said.

But Jane has been around longer than I have, and she knows that you have to be ready to give it your all in a relationship. Subsequently, the producers announce, “Well, we’re going this way.” Fantastic! That is the route we take. However, I do believe that they have a path back at this time.

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