Coronation Street viewers in tears as Sinead Tinker is told she has just four months to live as the cancer returns

Coronation Street viewers in tears as Sinead Tinker is told she has just four months to live as the cancer returns

11.9.2019

Coronation Street viewers in tears as Sinead Tinker is told she has just four months to live as the cancer returns

CORONATION Street viewers were left in tears this evening as Sinead Tinker was told she has just four months to live. In heartbreaking scenes Sinead and Daniel’s worse fears were confirmed when the…

is just dreadful tonight 😥I know it’s only a program but when I think ppl are going through this for real it’s just heartbreaking 💔😥 — 🎶Numan Fan No 04931 🎶💖 (@jacqtrotter) 6 The couple are told that Sinead has just a few months to live Those watching at home struggled with the scenes and took to Twitter to discuss it. They also praised Katie McGlynn and Rob Mallard's impressive acting skills. One person wrote: “Well Corrie is a tear jerker tonight! #coronationstreet.” A second wrote: “Fantastic, fantastic acting from @KatiexMcGlyn and @Rob_Mallard tonight, you can feel the tense atmosphere of that doctor’s office so intensely, feels like you’re sitting in on the appointment with them, so so heartbreaking #corrie #coronationstreet.” While a third tweeted: “Omg #coronationstreet is just dreadful tonight. I know it’s only a program but when I think ppl are going through this for real it’s just heartbreaking.” 6 Sinead can't believe the news Sinead was diagnosed with cancer last year just after discovering she was pregnant. She decided not to have chemotherapy, instead turning to alternative medicines. But she was left terrified when, after giving birth to Bertie, she was told her cancer had spread. Sinead went through an intensive course of chemo and looked like she was cancer free following a check up scan just a few months ago. Actress Katie McGlynn, 26, recently admitted she is struggling to watch the scenes back, saying: "I’ve had so many women come up to me who have gone through it, and they’ve just said they’ve found it very cathartic and they’ve thanked me for doing it on the show, they’ve enjoyed watching it because they’ve gone through it. 6 Sinead is devastated about leaving behind Bertie 6 Sinead and Daniel have only just got married Most Read In TV & Showbiz MAUR OF WORDS Love Island's Maura & Kate McGynn in 'row' after bash but leave holding hands DREAM GOWN RTE's Kathryn Thomas says she 'never felt more beautiful' than in wedding dress Exclusive Rodrigo Ternevoy reveals he was left fighting for life after contracting sepsis BRA-VO Miley Cyrus' girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter drools over her braless snaps at NYFW ORANGE LINING Corrie's Katie McGlynn celebrates last filming day with fake tan & manicure Exclusive Pat's all, folks! Late Late band boss moves on from working with Tubs after 10yrs "I’m not in that position so I can’t imagine - I don’t even want to watch what we’ve filmed now. Honestly, I don’t want to watch it.” When asked on This Morning what it was like reading her final scripts, she said: “I don’t really cry as a person usually but we were doing one of the penultimate scenes, we’ve done a lot of heartbreaking stuff, and this one scene was Sinead’s last dialogue. “We have a laugh on set because you have to have a balance, but I was sat there and I just started crying. I was like, sorry I can’t read this, it’s really sad. “It’s just absolutely heartbreaking because Sinead is such a nice person - but it’s always the nice people isn’t it?” 6 Sinead and Daniel struggle to deal with the news Got a story? Read more: Irish Sun

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