Coronation Street Faye to track down daughter Miley after menopause diagnosis?

Faye on Coronation Street

Will Faye look into her past? (Image: ITV)

Faye Windass (Ellie Leach) will find life-changing news on Coronation Street when she is diagnosed with early menopause.

The young woman previously thought she was pregnant with Craig Tinker’s (Colson Smith) baby, and the couple became open to the prospect of at least having a family someday.

However, this renewed blow throws them into turmoil, which means that all dreams of becoming parents will be shattered.

Viewers know that Faye is already a mom, having given birth to daughter Miley in 2015 when she was a 13-year-old teenager.

Faye had slept with his classmate Jackson, but he denied being the child’s father, much to Faye’s pain.

Faye struggled to come to terms with being Miley’s mother, and after the christening service didn’t go as planned, Jackson’s parents offered to look after Miley for them.

They could offer Miley a better life and so they left with Miley when they moved to Canada.

Miley returned briefly in 2017 after Faye spotted her at Weatherfield General, but after some communication, Faye said goodbye to her daughter again.

However, could this evolving situation lead Faye to reach out to Miley?

Will she try to contact and get access to Miley? And if so, will it meet resistance?

And how would Craig feel about that?

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Ryan Sederquist

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