Corrie’s Elle Mulvaney Reveals ‘Shock’ Over Amy and Jacob Plot


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Coronation Street’s Elle Mulvaney, who plays Amy Barlow, is optimistic about her character’s future with Jacob (Jack James Ryan) after recently breaking up with him.

Earlier in February, Amy was forced to give in to family pressure when they tipped off the idea of ​​her dating ex-drug dealer Jacob.

When things escalated for Amy after receiving a text message informing her that Jacob had been arrested for selling fake IDs, she ended her relationship with him.


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After the brief split however, the couple decided to get back together, but strictly in secret.

Talk to interior soap on her future with Jacob, the actress seemed hopeful that the couple could see their relationship through.

When asked what she thought of the couple’s recent reunion, Elle admitted that she was initially “shocked”.

The soap opera star said her reaction was mainly due to the fact that she “wasn’t sure how the match would work out”, explaining at the time that she hadn’t met Jack, so she had “no idea” what he was.

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She went on to say that she “quickly discovered that Jack was brilliant to work with.”

“I think I want Amy and Jacob to train because they’re a good but unlikely couple. And it would be nice to see a young couple stay together long-term on the street.”

Along with her love life, the actress also revealed who she prefers to work with on set: “It has to be Harriet [Bibby, who plays Summer Spellman]“, she told the publication.

“We have a lot of great scenes together. When I first read that Amy and Summer were arguing I was completely disgusted, but luckily they are back to being friends!”

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