‘Heartbroken’ Sinead Tinker leaves viewers devastated by tragic#Corrie twist

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CORONATION STREET viewers were left in tears during tonight’s instalment of the ITV soap as Beth Tinker found a lump on Sinead Tinker’s neck while she tied up her blonde locks at her to Daniel Osbourne.

PUBLISHED: 20:06, Mon, Sep 9, 2019 | UPDATED: 20:13, Mon, Sep 9, 2019

Tonight’s double bill of Coronation Street saw Sinead (played by Katie McGlynn) surprise husband Daniel (Rob Mallard) with a second .

Sinead recently finished her chemotherapy and is in remission so wanted to look forward to the rest of her life with her husband and their son Bertie.

But as she celebrated her marriage for a second time, her aunt Beth (Lisa George) arranged her hair for her and found a lump on her neck.

The pair instantly knew it meant Sinead’s cancer may have returned but the new mum was determined to enjoy her day.

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However, as Sinead felt the lump, knowing it wasn’t a very good sign, viewers watching at home were left in tears.

Fans know Sinead will be told her cancer has returned and there is nothing they can do.

The new mum and Daniel will be devastated to hear she has just months left to live before her body becomes too weak and she dies.

Sinead is set to reveal she wants to spend her final days in a hospice, which leaves Daniel heartbroken as he contemplates life without his wife.

Fans will see him spiral as he hits the bottle and suffers an overdose as he tries to come to terms with the tragic diagnosis.

Commenting on the tear-jerking scenes which aired tonight, one Coronation Street fan

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