Coronation Street spoilers – Hope twist for Phill and Fiz

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Coronation Street has confirmed that Hope Stape is trying to sabotage mum Fiz’s marriage to Phill Whittaker.

The couple are in the final days before tying the knot, yet Hope remains determined to break them up by forging loved-up emails to Phill’s former partner Camilla Perrin.

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Wednesday’s episode (July 6) centered around the hen do, where Evelyn Plummer felt it was only right to invite Camilla to the hen do after all of the drama of the past week.

Before the party, Fiz went round to the garage where she opened up to Tyrone about why she was marrying Phill and could not get back together with him — she just can’t trust him anymore after he left her for Alina Pop last year.

“It was once in a lifetime, but you broke it. You broke me,” she admitted. “I’ve spent every day since trying to build myself back up.”

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Tyrone offered to “do anything” to prove his love, but she asked: “If you love me, let me go.”

At the hen do, Fiz had another heartwrenching moment when a game of Mr and Mrs revealed that Camilla knew more about Phill than she did.

Fiz defensively insisted Phill loved her, but was stunned as Camilla dropped the bombshell that she’d been getting secret emails from Phill declaring his love.

Phill vehemently denied sending the emails, instead blaming his mum Mimi and kicking her out of the flat. However, Phill later admitted to Fiz he didn’t realize his mum knew how to use an iPad.

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It turns out that Mimi wasn’t to blame at all, as a sinister final scene showed it was Hope who continues to write these love letters to Camilla!

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

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