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How did Kirsty in Coronation Street died?

How did Kirsty in Coronation Street died?

Coronation Street’s Tyrone Dobbs this week receives the shock news that his violent ex girlfriend Kirsty Soames has been found dead. A policeman informs Tyrone that she died of aneurysm and found dead in her flat.

Who is Kirsty to Tyrone in Corrie?

Who was Kirsty in Coronation Street? Kirsty, portrayed by Natalie Gumede, was Tyrone Dobbs’ ex-fiancée. The character made her first appearance in the ITV soap in 2011. Tommy Duckworth, during a night out, paid her to flirt with Tyrone, but she ended up enjoying his company.

What happened Kirsty Soames?

In 2021 Kirsty died from an aneurysm, and she was discovered in her flat by a neighbour. The news eventually reached Tyrone in June of that year, at which point her mother Alison had passed away and her father Edwin disappeared.

Who is the mother of Tyrone Dobbs daughter?

Ruby has been played by Macy Alabi since her birth in September 2012, with Grace Hanrahan also appearing in the role from September 2012 to February 2013. Ruby was absent between March 2020 and April 2021, save for a solitary appearance in May 2020, due to restrictions imposed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Is Alina pregnant in Coronation Street?

Coronation Street’s Alina Pop received some heartbreaking news in Wednesday’s (August 4) episodes, as she miscarried the baby that she was expecting with boyfriend Tyrone Dobbs.

Who gets murdered in Corrie?

In harrowing flashbacks viewers saw that Corey, played by Maxiumus Evans, was soley responsible for Seb’s death in the ITV soap, repeatedly kicking the young builder, while Kelly tried to hold him back.

Does Alina lose the baby Corrie?

Coronation Street viewers were heartbroken for Alina Pop as she tragically lost her unborn baby boy.

Does Alina lose her baby?

Sadly, during Wednesday (August 4) night’s episode, Alina lost her baby due to a miscarriage. The heartbreaking news came when Alina and Tyrone were told the devastating news by doctors.