William Ash from Emmerdale has been showing his cousin Peter Ash, who portrays Paul Foreman on Coronation Street, some love.
Since Paul’s motor neurone disease diagnosis, Peter has found himself at the center of an incredibly painful and poignant narrative.
The story has so far focused on Paul’s friends and family accepting his sickness and their resolve to cherish every moment they have left with him because MND will shorten his life.
They recently attended Paul and Billy’s (Daniel Brocklebank) wedding as one approach to do this. Since it is illegal for same-sex couples to marry in a church, the event was conducted at the Bistro. However, Paul believed he had discovered a way to circumvent this unjust law.
Paul told Billy that his buddy the priest had agreed to secretly marry them at a church after they had tied the knot in the Bistro. Billy was overcome with emotion as his goal came true as they headed over and were remarried.
William Ash, who has been calling Peter’s cousin a “top lad,” has been complimenting Peter for his consistently strong performances as this tale progresses.
I saw a glimpse of it a while back, and he’s very good, isn’t he? He’s doing such a great job. He declared, “He was just fantastic.”
I watched the episode where he was given the wheelchair, and I thought he was hilarious. That moment in the bar. Although I don’t watch much television, I went to my mother’s house and we watched it together.
“He’s been excellent.” He’s been excellent in it, so it’s a shame that he will soon have to move on. Plus, he’s a great guy.
William’s character, Caleb Milligan, is presently enmeshed in a complex storyline in Yorkshire involving Cain (Jeff Hordley) and the reappearance of Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller).
This week, we learned that Aaron was being held captive by Cain and Caleb at the deserted farmhouse at Wylie’s, and that the cherished character was having difficulties following the passing of Liv (Isobel Steele).
William said, “Caleb and Aaron really brush up against each other in a bad way.”
“Because Caleb now owns what used to be his house.” That place is full of turmoil. Additionally, Caleb is quite protective of Chas, and when he observes Aaron’s behavior toward her, he becomes very enraged with him.
He adds something like, “You don’t want me as your enemy,” I believe. I believe Caleb is content with his being that way, but if he keeps acting that way, he’ll run into issues with Caleb.
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