ITV ‘Coronation Street’ Spoilers: Tracy Barlow And Steve McDonald Leave Weatherfield!

ITV ‘Coronation Street’ spoilers fans will be shocked over the coming weeks when it is revealed that two of the soaps favourites will be leaving the cobbles. However, they shouldn’t be too concerned as they are only taking a short break, and will be back in a few weeks.

Steve McDonald and Tracy Barlow have been through a lot as a couple, so it would seem only fair that they are due a romantic break away together. Over the last couple of years, they have survived affairs and surprise children, but the relationship still seems to be as strong as it has ever been.

ITV ‘Coronation Street’ Spoilers: Couple Decide To Have A Holiday!

Steve and Tracy have only recently moved into number one, but already they will feel that they are due a holiday, and they decide to pay a visit to Daniel Osbourne. Daniel is currently in Scotland as he looks to overcome his grief. However, Steve will be faced with a dilemma as somebody in Weatherfield may need him more.

Viewers will remember that last year it was revealed that Steve was Emma’s biological father, and since then the relationship between them has been blossoming. Emma has always been unlucky in love, and an upcoming break-up could leave her heartbroken.

ITV ‘Coronation Street’ Spoilers: Will Steve Change His Mind?

Steve will be devastated when he hears that Emma and Seb have broken up, and he will be conflicted whether to stay in Weatherfield so he is there for his daughter. Emma will make the decision to break up with Seb this week after she realises that he still has feelings for Alina Pop.

Emma will continuously tell Steve that she is fine, and that she will look after the house along with Amy. However, will Steve believe that she is truly okay and decide to leave? Viewers will have to continue watching the soap to see whether Steve stays. For any other soap opera and entertainment news, please visit Daily Soap Dish. For more royal and celeb baby news, come back to Celeb Baby Laundry.