Coronation Street spoilers: Sinead accuses Daniel of wanting her to die in heart-breaking scenes

Coronation Street spoilers: Sinead accuses Daniel of wanting her to die in heart-breaking scenes

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SINEAD Tinker and Daniel Osbourne are set to have a blazing row in Coronation Street tonight as she accuses him of wanting her to die sooner.

Daniel – who’s played by Rob Mallard in the ITV soap – becomes increasingly worried about his wife as she struggles with her chemotherapy treatment.

Coronation Street
Coronation Street’s Sinead has weeks to live

As he watches Sinead’s health quickly deteriorate, he’s stunned when she’s too weak to even hold their young son, Bertie.

But when he makes the suggestion to Sinead that maybe she should consider quality of life over quantity, she rails against Daniel and accuses him of wanting her to die sooner because he can’t cope.

Daniel denies it but heads off to work at the Bistro to get away from the atmosphere at home.

Later, Sinead confides in her aunt Beth that she regrets her harsh words to her husband.

Coronation Street
Coronation Street’s Daniel will lose his wife Sinead to cancer

As Beth brushes Sinead’s hair, she’s horrified to realise it’s falling out already. Sinead makes the decision that – if she doesn’t feel any better after her next round of chemo – she’ll stop treatment altogether.

On Monday night, Corrie fans were in bits when they watched Sinead break down over her terminal diagnosis.

The machinist – who is played by actress Katie McGlynn – was left emotional after being asked about her plans for her end of life care.

Sinead hadn’t even considered what she would do when the time came.

Coronation Street
Coronation Street’s Sinead Tinker is played by Katie McGlynn

She told the nurse: “Typical me, months left to live and I’m still dithering.”

With it playing on her mind, Sinead later broke down during her chemo appointment terrified of what would happen when she dies.

She said: “I know there’s going to be pain and a shed load of drugs.

“I just hope it’s not like ‘whoosh’. One minute I’m here and the next I’m not. That’s what I’m really scared of.

“It’s the thought of such nothingness.

“It’s funny, you can’t move for books and TV shows telling you how to live your life but when it comes to knowing how to die…”

Later Sinead was worried Bertie would only remember her as sick and not how she wanted to be remembered but before she could finish talking to Daniel she fell asleep, exhausted.

Fans were in pieces at the scenes.

One wrote: “Oh my god in actual tears over Sinead’s storyline. devastated. #corrie”.

A second said: “This is giving me all the feels! #CoronationStreet”.

Another added: “This is so so sad! Poor Sinead! #CoronationStreet”.

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