Coronation Street lines up more heartbreaking scenes for Summer Spellman

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Note: This article contains discussion of eating disorders which some readers may prefer to avoid.

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street is set to air more heartbreaking scenes for Summer Spellman amid her ongoing struggles.

Viewers will know that Summer has been suffering from an eating disorder and has accepted the issue, though is still privately struggling, and in new scenes an evening with Aaron things will take a difficult turn amid her insecurities.

In the scenes, the pair spend the evening alone, though when Aaron makes a move, Summer pushes him away and demands that he leave.

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Photo credit: ITV

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However, later on she meets Aaron in Victoria Garden, and confesses that she really likes him, though due to her insecurities she cannot bear the idea of him seeing her naked.

How will Aaron take this?

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Photo credit: ITV

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Speaking earlier this year about the storyline, star Harriet Bibby spoke about how Summer's loved ones are concerned about her.

"She knows deep down that people are just caring for her and actually, that's really lovely, because she's got people around her who do care about her," she said. "But on the surface, it's like, I'm just trying to do what I want to do. I'm just trying to revise for my exams.

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Photo credit: ITV

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"And there's nothing wrong with that. And I'm just trying to go out with my friends. And there's nothing wrong with that. And I think sometimes when you're ill, attention to it becomes frustrating.

"She doesn't want to be different, she doesn't want people to treat her differently. So I think there's a level of frustration with it of people coming around to check in on her. Yes, it's out of kindness. But actually, it's frustrating because she feels like she's not being allowed to just live her life normally. I think that's what she's feeling anyway."

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

Beat ( is a charity which raises awareness and understanding of eating disorders, and supports those affected by them. Beat now has a one-to-one secure messaging service. Its phone helpline for those aged 18 and over is 0808 801 0677, and there's also a dedicated Youthline for those under 18 - 0808 801 0711.

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