Coronation Street spoilers: Jade Rowan returns as Fiz Brown spirals out of control?

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Jade (played by Lottie  Henshall) was introduced to Coronation Street viewers almost two years ago as a teaching assistant for Hope Stape (Isabella Flanagan). The youngster was causing a whole heap of trouble for mother Fiz (Jennie McAlpine) and Tyrone (Alan Halsall) so they invited the newcomer to move in with them. Little did they know, she was the long-lost daughter of deceased ITV soap villain John Stape (Graham Hawley) but once they discovered her true identity, they launched into a bitter custody battle with her for the guardianship of Hope. However, by the time she left Weatherfield last year, Fiz agreed the sisters could see each other now and again but will she be calling on the troublemaker to help her look after her daughter after breaking up with Tyrone?

The latest instalment of the cobbles-based drama saw Tyrone’s kiss with Alina Pop (Ruxandra Porojnicu) continue to send shockwaves around Weatherfield.

Not only were the residents turning on the pair but it seemed one person wanted to be rid of Alina for good as Immigration Enforcement arrived at the salon where she was setting her boutique business.

Thinking his partner could be behind the callous actions, Tyrone marched home and confronted Fiz about what had happened at the salon.

It turned out Gemma Winter (Dolly Rose Campbell) had made the call after witnessing the mechanic and Alina sharing a tender moment earlier in the episode.

Tyrone was forced to grovel with apologies to his other half for accusing her and with their family holiday firmly off the table, the pair had a heated conversation about their relationship.

Needing to know where Tyrone stood, Fiz asked him: “Do you love [Alina]? It’s a simple question.

“I want you to tell me the truth and I’m going to keep asking until you answer. Do you love her? Do you get butterflies?” she continued.

“Yeah, I love her. You happy now?” the mechanic replied in a shock outburst, leaving his partner utterly heartbroken.

“Happy? I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. It’s tragic. You’re tragic,” she said in a fit of rage.

“I didn’t mean to fall in love with her,” the father-of-two whimsically remarked.

It’s no one’s fault

Fiz Brown

Fiz continued her rant as she said to Tyrone: “Stop it, you’re killing me. You really believe you’re in love with her?”

“You should do stand-up. It’s not love, you’re having a breakdown or a mid-life crisis or both, probably. “She’s an attractive young girl, you’re a middle-aged mechanic,” she explained but Tyrone was set on his feelings of love for Alina.

He said: “Well, you wanted the truth, that’s the truth. I’m in love with her but that doesn’t mean I don’t love you because I do.

“We’re not the same. We can’t keep pretending that we are. This can’t be that much of a shock to you, things haven’t been right for a long time.

“You’ve not always been about,” he added, referring to the time she spent with Hope and Jade in Birmingham a couple of years ago.

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This was the first hint Jade could be set to make her return but it was later on in the episode it became clear Fiz was going to need help with the girls.

With Tyrone moving out of the family home and Evelyn Plummer (Maureen Lipman) on holiday away from the cobbles, the mother-of-two looks set to have her hands full with her daughters.

Sitting down with Hope and Ruby Dobbs (Macy Alabi), Tyrone explained: “Me and your mum haven’t been getting on very well, lately.

“I know you’ve heard us arguing so I’m sorry. I’ve decided – this is not your mum – this is me, it’s all my fault.”

Jumping to his defence, Fiz told the girls: “It’s no one’s fault. It’s just sometimes people fall out and no one’s to blame.”

“It just happens but it means your dad is going to have to move out,” she said tearfully as she realised the gravity of the situation.

She continued: “It doesn’t mean we don’t love you because we do. We love you more than anything else in the world and you’ll still be able to see your dad whenever you want.

“Nothing’s going to change, not really,” she added, but things could be set to look very different in the Dobbs/Brown household if Jade returns.

At the end of the double-bill, Fiz looked heartbroken as Tyrone walked out on her and she will need some help as he becomes a single mother.

Knowing her brother Chesney Brown (Sam Aston) already has his hands full with five children of his own, the only other person Fiz could call on would be Jade.

Having not seen her sister in a while, the troublemaker would jump at the chance of being able to spend more time with her.

However, known for being mischievous, Jade would take this opportunity to ensure she becomes a greater presence in her sister’s life.

Could it be she will manipulate Fiz into giving her sole custody of Hope in a menacing twist?

Coronation Street continues Wednesday at 7:30pm on ITV.

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