Corrie star Millie Gibson addresses Rick Neelan’s unsolved story

Coronation Street Actress Millie Gibson has discussed an unsolved story involving the late Rick Neelan.

Over two years ago Gary Windass (played by Mikey North) and Rick (Greg Wood) fought to the death in a memorable graveyard scene, with the exiting first leading the way, but now he’s committed to taking care of the daughter of Rick Kelly (Gibson), who is going through a period of homelessness.

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Discuss with Digital Spy and other media on Zoom recently, Kelly’s actress was asked why her character is so drawn to the killer.

“I think it’s just the situation at home – it’s a good house hopper! She’s grateful for all open arms. She wouldn’t have experienced any of this without Gary, so he feels that guilt.” , she said.

Since the youngster was unaware of Rick’s death, his and Gary’s scenes tend to be cooked with a certain irony – how would Kelly react if she found out the truth?

“I think she’s in a very fragile state of mind. The more you look, the more you think it can’t get worse, but it does,” Gibson explained.

“She’s on her last legs, putting her hope in Gary – if that ever came out, it would be the last straw.

Gary Windass and Rick Neelan clash in Coronation Street

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“If she found out, she would have an idea of ​​how her blood has treated her over the years – people like Stu, Imran and Toyah have no connection with her and have done so much more.

“If she found out that Rick was dead, she would think he wasn’t of much use anyway, but then it would push her over the edge.”

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