Fans of Coronation Street are certain that Audrey Roberts’ son Stephen will murder her
Stephen Reid, the son of Audrey and Geoff Masters, recently made a comeback to the iconic cobbles from the ITV soap opera.
Fans believe Stephen is wants the all of his mother’s estate because he has been struggling financially and has even used his wife’s credit card.
Being in difficult circumstances herself, Audrey turned to alcohol to help her deal with her mental health.
Tragically, she even made an attempt at suicide, which she recently disclosed to her friends in devastating moments. However, since starting anti-depressants, her mood this evening seemed to have significantly improved.
She sat down for afternoon tea with her friends Rita Tanner and Ken Barlow, and Stephen also seemed to be worried about his mother, taking care of her and making sure she was alright. Fans, though, are sure that he has other goals.
Another added: “Stephen preparing the way for Audrey to have a suspicious accident #Corrie.” One fan speculated: “I can imagine Stephen destroying something in the salon to electrocute Audrey.”
“Stephen’s main interest with Audrey is getting his hands on her money #Corrie,” a third person wrote.
A fourth said, “I think Audrey might pass away on the first day of the salon #Corrie.”
As the group connected over the poignant scenes and discussed how getting older can affect them all, Audrey admitted to her friends that she had kept her sentiments to herself. She acknowledged that her failing eyesight is also affecting her.
“I simply felt like I was going downhill. I would toss and turn all night long, then fall asleep right when I ought to be getting ready for the day. Using today. Huh! Spend my afternoons sipping sauvignon blanc and contemplating my particular abilities.” stated Audrey.
Sue Nicholls, an actress, also spoke candidly about the plot and its larger significance.
She clarified: “She realized how much her friends had helped her in terms of her troubles once she was able to talk to them and they started talking about their struggles. Dr. Gaddas prescribed her antidepressants, but she refuses to take them once more due to stubbornness.
Fortunately, after chatting to her longtime friends, they convince her to follow the doctor’s recommendation. She truly appreciates them for making her life feel lighter in every manner.
“The significance of being able to talk to people you trust about how you feel is the lesson I want readers to take away from this plot.
The younger generation may occasionally believe that anyone beyond the age of 70 is incapable of making decisions, which can cause older people to lose their sense of purpose and feel fairly useless.