Carla Connor fate revealed next week in Coronation Street

Alison King as Carla Connor in Coronation Street
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Roy discovers Carla in his flat

After fleeing the cobbles in turmoil, Carla Connor (Alison King) is found alive in Coronation Street next week.

Recovering alcoholic Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) has hit the bottle again after beginning to loose hope that his ex would ever be found.

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But the official Coronation Street site has revealed that Carla will be discovered by Roy in his own flat next week.

Carla was left reeling by the tragic factory roof collapse and it's clear to a hugely worried Roy that things are far from right with her.

And the official site adds that Roy “gently convinces Carla to get some professional help. But how will she react to a visit from Johnny?”.

Eager to do something to improve Carla's well-being, Roy realises that the one person who might be able to help Carla is Peter.

But when Peter and Carla are reunited will Peter, who’s of course battling his own demons, be able to help?

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Carla and Peter will be reunited at last, but can they help each other?

Or will Peter simply make a bad situation even worse? All will be revealed in Coronation Street next week.

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