Viewers upset as Corrie couple Shona and David split up

Viewers upset as Corrie couple Shona and David split up

Viewers upset as Corrie couple Shona and David split up

Coronation Street fans were left fearing for the future of David Platt and Shona Ramsey after their romance appeared to hit the rocks.

The couple – played by Jack P Shepherd and Julia Goulding – fell out over Shona’s son in Monday night’s double bill of the ITV soap.

Viewers were gripped as David told Shona he wanted her to sever her ties with Clayton.

She refused, which ended their budding relationship.

But fans are desperate for them to work it out.

“Awww really hope David & Shona haven’t actually split up.. hope they can sort it out,” wrote one person on Twitter.

“Nooooo Not Shona and David,” moaned another.

“I hope to god Shona & David make things up on Wednesday! This can’t be the end,” said another.

However, not everyone felt the same way.

One viewer tweeted: “Keep David and Shona apart now, stupid to have ever put them together, David would never get with her and especially not so soon!”


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