Coronation Street’s Charlotte Jordan teases Daisy and Bethany war for Daniel’s heart

Bethany Platt on the cobbles in Coronation Street
Bethany will soon head back to Weatherfield (Picture: ITV)

As Bethany Platt (Lucy Fallon) makes her comeback to Coronation Street, Charlotte Jordan has been hinting at what’s to come for her character Daisy Midgeley.

In 2020, Bethany moved off the cobbles. She had fallen in love with Daniel (Rob Mallard), but it meant bidding him farewell when she decided to follow her heart and go to London in search of a new career.

Following the death of Daniel’s cancer-stricken wife Sinead (Kate McGlynn), the romance began to take shape. Although Daniel was experiencing emotional instability following the loss of Sinead, Bethany still had real love for him. At one point, he even called Bethany by her husband’s name after waking up from a nap.

Bethany’s reappearance will occur following Todd Boyce’s (Stephen Reid) demise. Although she will undoubtedly be a part of the Platt family drama, Charlotte Jordan clarified that she could be about to rediscover her past affections for Daniel:

She told Inside Soap, “I think there will be another love triangle.”

Lucy and I spent some time together at the Inside Soap Awards, and we are both really excited to collaborate. It’s my desire that Daisy and Bethany have conflict before anything unites them. It would be wonderful if Daisy could have a pal.

Ryan and Daisy will reconnect (Picture: ITV)

Future episodes of the ITV soap opera will have Daisy and Ryan (Ryan Prescott) sharing a bed.

Although Daisy knows that what she’s doing with Ryan is wrong, Charlotte recently told us that her character is unable to control herself in that particular moment:

She has attempted to maintain a barrier between them despite the fact that she is aware of right and wrong. However, when she is alone with Ryan, all of her moral principles appear to vanish, and she blindly follows her heart, always regretting it.

However, she seems unable to assist herself. Everything revolves on their trauma bond—how no one else can truly comprehend what they’ve gone through or what keeps them together when she’s by themselves with him.

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