Wed­ding shocks and a con­fes­sion Corrie

Re­venge-ob­sessed bride eva’s back To stage The wed­ding of The year. but There are Twists and Turns ga­lore… and a shock con­fes­sion!

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So… the big day is nearly here for dou­ble wed­ding cou­ples Eva Price and Ai­dan Con­nor and Johnny Con­nor and Jenny Bradley. But there are a few is­sues to re­solve be­fore they take their vows…

Eva wants re­venge on love rat groom Ai­dan, his other woman, Maria Con­nor, plus Johnny and Jenny, who knew all about Ai­dan’s af­fair and kept it quiet.

Maria, mean­while, sus­pects that Eva, who’s pre­tend­ing to be preg­nant and has left to see her mum in France, is up to some­thing. Also in­volved is bent lawyer Adam Bar­low, who’s tried to kiss Eva and is out to en­sure Ai­dan and Johnny lose the fac­tory he thinks is right­fully his. What could pos­si­bly go wrong? An­swer: Plenty!

this fort­night

A sorted-look­ing Eva’s back from France and loaded down with shop­ping bags, so she’s clearly given Ai­dan’s credit card a se­vere ham­mer­ing. And, with her re­venge head­ing to­wards a spec­tac­u­lar cli­max, we’re guess­ing the groom and his im­me­di­ate fam­ily are next in line for that treat­ment!

‘It’s Adam who catches up with Eva first, though,’ says our source at Corrie. ‘He tells his part­ner-in-crime that his plans for Un­der­world are all on track.

‘But nei­ther of the de­vi­ous duo re­alises Maria’s clocked them to­gether and she’s yet again sus­pi­cious of their close­ness.’

An obliv­i­ous Eva presses on and prints off an­other fake baby scan pic­ture, then turns her at­ten­tions to Maria and Jenny.

‘With some help from Leanne and Toyah Bat­tersby, Eva dec­o­rates the Rovers for her hen party,’ re­veals our in­sider. ‘She then re­veals how she in­tends to have her re­venge on Maria.

‘Later, she ex­plains to a livid Jenny, who’d booked a posh res­tau­rant for a much more so­phis­ti­cated hen night, why those plans have been can­celled… and the two of them are shar­ing a new evening of com­bined hen-night de­light!’

But a seething Jenny is far from im­pressed when she re­alises their joint party in­volves male strip­pers at the Rovers (see page 28)!

Then, thanks to Eva’s sly scheme, the night gets worse for Maria when ev­ery out­ra­geous drink­ing game seems to end

with Ai­dan’s ‘other woman’ be­ing the butt of ev­ery gag. Talk about awk­ward!

Our source con­tin­ues: ‘Eva re­ally en­joys watch­ing her hated love ri­val squirm. But the plan back­fires.

‘Maria’s ab­so­lutely livid at how she’s been hu­mil­i­ated, so she makes her ex­cuses and leaves… ly­ing to Eva she may not be able to at­tend the wed­ding the next day be­cause son Liam is ill.’

Has Eva pushed it too far? Are her re­venge plans about to come un­stuck?

What next?

Weather­field wed­dings are rarely quiet af­fairs, and this not-to-be missed dou­ble-bill has all the mak­ings of be­com­ing a mag­nif­i­cent mas­ter­piece of mat­ri­mo­nial may­hem!

We can’t re­veal ex­actly what hap­pens at the cer­e­mony, but we do know there are two mas­sive bomb­shells about to land.

The first is that guilty Ai­dan de­cides to tell his bride-to-be that he’s been cheat­ing on her. Wowz­ers!

So could last-minute hon­esty from Ai­dan make Eva re­con­sider her plan of tak­ing him to the clean­ers and help­ing Adam get his mitts on the fac­tory?

The sec­ond is that mistress Maria de­cides to at­tend the wed­ding af­ter all, and puts in a sur­prise ap­pear­ance when she ar­rives at the venue…

What is she do­ing? Toyah spots her and she’s im­me­di­ately con­cerned.

Has Maria de­cided she wants Ai­dan for her­self af­ter all and is she mak­ing a fi­nal plea to win his heart? Or she about to re­veal some other shock se­cret?

Our ad­vice: Grab a pew and a clear view. This will be the wed­ding of the year!

Eva’s ready for her big day and her big mo­ment, but has Maria rum­bled her and Adam’s plot? Bride-to-be Eva ridicules Maria on the hen night... Will Maria’s sud­den big-day ap­pear­ance spell dis­as­ter?

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