Coronation Street’s Georgia Taylor snapped amid final scene with co-star

Toyah Habeeb has found herself at the center of a tragic plot in which she has admitted to being to blame for the passing of her spouse Imran.

As she awaits her upcoming murder trial, Georgia Taylor’s character, Cobbles, has been plagued with worry in recent weeks.

Just a few weeks after saying “I Do,” Imran rescued his wife’s life by freeing her from their automobile when it crashed into a structure covered in scaffolding. But while Toyah was being loaded into an ambulance, Imran went into cardiac arrest and passed away there and then.

Prior to being married, the pair had to deal with difficulties after it was discovered that Imran was the father of Abi Webster’s child, Alfie.

Moments before the deadly vehicle accident, Imran acknowledged to Toyah that he had lied in court about Abi’s drug use to win custody of his son.

For the first time in months, Toyah and Alfie were able to spend some time together in scenes that were broadcast on Wednesday. Toyah broke down in tears as she apologized to Alfie for taking his dad away as they sat in Victoria Garden, according to the MEN.

Viewers of Corrie witnessed a moment between Toyah and Kelly Neelan prior to her confession. After the collision, Kelly (Millie Gibson), who questioned if it was an accident or if she was to blame, appeared to cause a rift between the two.

According to Millie, she will leave the ITV soap opera this month. After the show aired on Wednesday, she posted a selfie of herself and Georgia on Instagram. They could be spotted huddling close to one another in Victoria Garden while wearing their large red puffer coats with the ITV logo on them.

Along with a teary face and heart emoticons, the teen actress wrote: “Last scene with my love aired tonight… @realgeorgiataylor.” Georgia, who has portrayed Toyah in the soap opera for decades, quickly reshared the post and left a comment saying, “Love you, @milliegibbo.”

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