Coronation Street spoilers: Shona Ramsey tells David she wants to move back in as sinkhole forces him to sell the house


SHONA Ramsey tells David Platt she’s ready to move back in with him next week in Coronation Street. 

Shona’s change of heart will throw a spanner in the works for David, who decides he has no choice but to sell the house after a huge sinkhole appears in his garden this week.

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Shona and David return to the cobbles after spending the night together at Ray’s hotel

Viewers know that Shona is suffering from memory loss after getting caught in the firing line during last year’s horrific Christmas shooting – and she’s living with Roy after refusing to return home to her husband David.

The Platts were dismayed to realise she couldn’t even remember knowing them when she came back to the house for a brief visit.

But fans will remember that Gail noticed a flicker of recognition when Shona helped make some drinks in the kitchen and instinctively knew where the tea bags were kept.

Ray tells David and Shona they’re welcome to stay at his hotel for as long as they need

Next week’s episodes of Corrie will see Shona and David return after spending the night together at Ray’s hotel.

Ray tells David he’s welcome to stay for as long as he needs – and that he’s happy to recommend a builder. 

Later, David tells Shona that he’s spoken to the house insurance company and that, unless there’s some structural damage to the house, they won’t pay out.

Shona tells David she’s ready to move back in

David is grateful as Ray continues to offer his assistance but when he offers to ask a developer friend of his to buy the house for full asking price, David grows suspicious.

Is Ray hiding something?

Later, David tells Sally that a structural engineer told him that he’s responsible for the sinkhole in the garden and that it’ll cost at least £20,000 to fix. 

Meanwhile, Nina urges Shona to tell David how much she enjoyed spending the night with him.

Later, Sarah is gutted when David tells her he has no choice but to sell the house.

But David is shocked when Shona calls around and tells him how much she enjoyed the other night – and that she feels ready to move back in with him.

Will Shona’s revelation make David think twice about selling the house, which could help Shona remember more of her old life?