Coronation Street fans will see Leo Thompkins falling out with his dad Teddy Thompkins next week after he warns him to be cautious of his girlfriend Jenny Connor.
The pair are set to argue over Leo's commitment to Jenny with Teddy issuing him a stark warning over committing his life to a woman twice his age.
Teddy will also voice his concerns that Jenny can't be trusted after she was caught out for her recent kiss with Stephen as he tried to protect his son's best interests.
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Viewers of course first saw Jenny and Teddy together back in January when she rushed to A&E after being told Leo had been injured while playing rugby.
When she arrived at the hospital she saw old school friend Teddy there and the pair began catching up unaware that they were both waiting for Leo.
At the time Teddy even confessed to Jenny that he had a crush on her at school and asked her out for a drink proclaiming that he wasn't about to let her go again – just as Leo emerged from the treatment room and they realised they were both waiting for him.
Eagle-eyed Corrie fans may have recognised Teddy actor Grant Burgin – as this actually isn't his first role in the soap.
He originally appeared in Weatherfield back in 2017 playing a building site foreman who became embroiled in a sexism row when one of his workers, Zack, catcalled Rosie Webster.
The incident led to her mum Sally Metcalfe staging a protest and when Rita Tanner chained herself to some railings he was forced to admit defeat and warn Zack that he may have to sack him for his actions.
Elsewhere in his career Grant has appeared in a string of big-name shows including The Bill and Doctors where he has played multiple different characters.
Grant also starred in rival soap EastEnders between 2012 and 2015 where he played P.C Arnold.
The actor has also starred in many other TV productions including Murphy’s Law, Silent Witness, The Dumping Ground, Holby City, Gentleman Jack and Casualty, and in movies including 2007 box office hit Stardust.
Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8pm on ITV
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