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Coronation Street spoilers Chesney Brown and Gemma Winter in double exit at Christmas? | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

Chesney (played by Sam Aston) and Gemma (Dolly-Rose Campbell) have been taking a back seat on Coronation Street of late as they’ve been busy looking after their five children. However, next week’s episodes of the ITV soap see the pair getting ready for Christmas but it’s not long before trouble is around the corner. Feeling like strangers in their own home, could they contemplate a temporary exit to take a break from life in Weatherfield and to enjoy some quality family time?

The last big storyline the pair were a part of was when their young son Aled was supposed to undergo a cochlear hearing implant.

Not everyone was too appeased by the idea of the deaf boy being taken out of his world and the youngster was kidnapped.

They managed to get him back but they’ve had to double down on their efforts to ensure their children get the best future they possibly can.

This includes giving them a Christmas to remember but unfortunately, Bernie Winter (Jane Hazlegrove) has other ideas.

When they return from a day out, Chesney and Gemma discover Bernie has ordered a brand new sofa just in time for the festive season.

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They both know Bernie isn’t the most flush person living on the cobbles so they begin to wonder how she got her hands on it.

She will explain the sofa came from their neighbour Grace Vickers (Kate Spencer) and will be pleased with her purchase.

Unfortunately, this might not go down well with Chesney and Gemma as they could feel they’re being undermined in their own home.

The father of five would feel like this especially given he is working all hours to keep a roof over his family’s head.

Not wanting Bernie to dictate what they do and do not have in their house, Chesney could make a decision about his future on the cobbles.

Back in 2019, the actor who plays Chesney, Sam, addressed whether he would ever leave the show having been a part of the cast since 2003.

The soap star explained: “Anyone who’s leaving will genuinely say Corrie is one of the best places to work.

“We get well looked after, and the cast and crew are great. It’s a privilege to be part of such an amazing show,” he continued.

Moving on to his own future on the cobbles, he said: “It’s great at the minute as they’re giving my good storylines.”

“As long as they want me, I’ll stay. I can see me staying there my entire career if they’ll have me,” he added in an interview with OK! Magazine, therefore an exit for his character this Christmas would only be temporary.

The actress who plays Gemma, Dolly-Rose has spoken out on whether she thinks her character and Chesney do work as a couple.

She said: “I’m not sure, them living together has led to quite an unhappy environment which wouldn’t be the best thing for [the babies].

“They’re so different in their ways it’s [been] interesting to see how they tackle [parenthood],” she continued.

With the pair having been at odds before, it could be likely the mother of five would side with her mother Bernie over the improvements to the house.

But in turn, will this lead her and Chesney to take a hiatus from one another as they try to decide what they want from their future?

However, those watching the drama unfold on their screen in recent months have wondered whether the couple has any children at all.

Taking to Twitter, viewers have shared their thoughts on the couple, with Kev writing: “For a couple with so many kids, Gemma and Chesney spend most of their time without them #Corrie.”

Anne added on the social media platform: “Chesney and Gemma ~ how come they have so much free time with no kids in sight? #Corrie.”

“Who actually looks after Gemma and Chesney’s five children because they certainly don’t! #Corrie,” ER but not the Queen commented.

So will viewers be seeing more of the children after the couple make a temporary exit from the show?

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.

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