Nanny Jade Rowan (Lottie Henshall) seems set to get her comeuppance in upcoming episodes of Coronation Street, as Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine) will enact revenge, following the disappearance of her daughter Hope.

They say the apple doesn’t fall too removed from the tree and that’s actually the case for Jade – daughter of John Stape (Graeme Hawley) – who has been hellbent on breaking apart Fiz’s household ever since she entered the road.

After portray bruises on Hope, Jade instructed the social providers Fiz was a foul mum, resulting in Ruby and Hope being put quickly in care.

Fiz is quickly to place two and two collectively, however how will their altercation finish, and can she discover Hope in time?

There’s no saying how far the daughter of killer John Stape may very well be keen to go.

Speaking of – who did John Stape kill and when was he on Coronation Street?


John – father of Hope and Jade and then-husband of Fiz – lived in Weatherfield from 2007 to 2011, inflicting the deaths of two individuals.

It all began when John stole the identification of instructor Colin Fishwick, after he was sacked from his job on account of his affair with teenager Rosie Webster.

When Colin unexpectedly returned, however died from a mind hemorrhage, John hid his demise so he might proceed utilizing his identification, however it wasn’t lengthy earlier than Charlotte Hoyle (Becky Hindley) came upon and began blackmailing him.

When she confronted him, he killed her with a hammer, earlier than pretending she was injured in the Weatherfield tram crash.

Following this, John started visiting Colin’s mom, Joy, who had been asking after her quickly.

He ended up by accident killing her after suppressing her screams when she came upon the reality about her son.

He additionally took Chesney, Dorothy and Alan hostage and kidnapped Hope and Rosie, respectively.

After letting Fiz do time in jail for a few of his crimes, John cleared her title earlier than dying in a car crash.

So all in all, he wasn’t an important person.

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