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Coronation Street hour-long special sees Sarah's return, Faye's labour, and a surprise proposal from Michelle

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Coronation Street - Faye Windass [Ellie Leach] gives birth to a baby girl

Coronation Street - Faye Windass [Ellie Leach] gives birth to a baby girl

Coronation Street - Faye Windass [Ellie Leach] gives birth to a baby girl

Sunday's hour long Coronation Street episode has plenty of drama in store as 13 year old Faye delivers her baby, Tina returns, and Michele turns the proposing tables on Steve.

The episode kicks off with Steve falling deeper into a spiral of doubt about Michelle and the wedding.

When she mentions a long engagement and then says there's no rush about buying an engagement ring, Steve thinks she's only marrying him out of sympathy following his difficulties.

He calls off the engagement, prompting Michelle to fight for her man by whipping up some proposal plans of her own.

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Michelle proposes to Steve at The Rovers in 2015

Michelle proposes to Steve at The Rovers in 2015

Michelle proposes to Steve at The Rovers in 2015

She decorates The Rovers with candles and gets Lloyd to steer Steve into the pub where he finds her on bended knee where she professes her love and proposes.

Meanwhile, Faye is determined to give birth in the shop flat and wants Craig to take the baby to hospital afterwards.

However, there are a few holes in the 13-year-old's plan and when she goes into labour, Craig's not quite up to the job.

Horrified by the drama unfolding before him he decides that getting Anna is the only logical decision.  But how will she react when she sees her child giving birth on the floor?

And finally, Tina makes her return.  Bethany is causing havoc as Nick tries to get her to the airport and aboard the plane.

As they drive to the airport she throws his car keys away and runs off but Todd later finds her hiding and hands her over. Things get heated at the Platt's as Gail phones to tell a furious Sarah that Bethany missed her flight.

Coronation Street, Sunday March 29, UTV Ireland, 7.45pm

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