Eileen Grimshaw rocked by loved one's return as fans spot clue #Corrie ...

Eileen Grimshaw (played by Sue Cleaver), Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) and Fiz Brown (Jennie McAlpine) all shared a drink in the Rovers in Coronation Street but conversation soon took a sad turn. As Sean tried to make his friends smile, it became clear something was on Eileen’s mind before she dropped a massive clue as to the possible return of someone very close to her. 

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Todd Grimshaw (Bruno Langley) was last seen on the cobbles in 2017 when he went on the run after assaulting a police officer. 

Eileen’s youngest son got into the alteration after fearing his and Billy Mayhew’s (Daniel Brocklebank) fostered daughter Summer would be taken away by the girl’s grandmother. 

There has been no mention of him since his departure but the latest instalment of the ITV soap, Eileen referenced her disgraced son.

Eileen, Sean and Fiz were enjoying a drink while Sean tried his hardest to make his friend smile. 

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Sean began: “This morning, Mary she’s heard if you spend five minutes hanging upside down like bat then it drains your lymph nodes or something.

“Only she does it wearing a dressing gown doing a handstand and there are some things you simply cannot un-see.”

“You just made that up,” Eileen remarked as she fought back laughter. 

“Possibly, a little bit,” Sean confessed. “It was worth it to see a smile on your gob for

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