Paul reveals the truth of his tragedy to his family in Corrie?

Paul Foreman (Peter Ash) knows he’s running out of time in Coronation Street after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

The beloved character hasn’t told his family just yet, but it’s his sister’s wedding next week that allows him to see it’s time to face reality and embrace the life he has left.

As Gemma (Dolly-Rose Campbell) prepares for her big day, Paul finds out that she’s been crying after he refused to attend.

Fortunately, Paul makes up with his twin and, in the church, the congregation watches as he walks Gemma down the aisle, desperately trying to hide his symptoms.

It wouldn’t be a soap wedding without a bit of chaos, and this comes in the form of Bernie (Jane Hazlegrove), who discovers Linda (Jacqueline Leanord) has helped fund Chesney (Sam Aston) and Gemma’s do.

In a bid to diffuse the situation, Paul makes a speech but, also right in the middle of his health declining, he becomes emotional and rushes out, dragging his foot.

Could this be the moment Paul has to tell his family what’s been going on?

Describing how Paul feels walking his sister down the aisle, Peter Ash told us:

‘In that moment, immense pride and happiness. It was a lovely couple of days filming. In that moment he realised everyone’s going to be looking at Gemma, no one’s going to be noticing Paul’s problem in the moment. He’s immensely happy and so proud but he’s worried that Billy will be the one to give the game away by getting too emotional.

‘It’s certainly bittersweet. He’s loving the day for what it is but he’s also thinking this could be one of the last big days he gets.’

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