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Coronation Street stars praise Kym Marsh for heartbreaking portrayal of Michelle Connor amid devastating miscarriage storyline – 'Outstanding'

OK! Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Wednesday night’s episode of the ITV soap saw highly emotional scenes as Michelle Connor and Steve McDonald discover they have lost their baby at 23 weeks.  Michelle was rushed to hospital during her baby shower after experiencing stomach pains. Although it later looked like everything would be OK, tonight’s episode saw their son lose his life after being born too early. The scenes are much more poignant considering Kym lost her own son Archie, at a similar stage of pregnancy ...
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