CORONATION Street's Nina Lucas blames herself as Roy Cropper quits Weatherfield for good, Mollie Gallagher has revealed.
It's been a tough few months for the two characters in the ITV soap, with Nina struggling with the death of her boyfriend Seb Franklin, and the subsequent trial of his attackers Corey and Kelly.
While Corey was finally arrested for the crime, the heartache wasn't over for Nina and Roy as Natasha Blakeman was shot and killed by Harvey Gaskell in a case of mistaken identity.
Harvey had used a gun that Seb's mother Abi had planned to use on Corey before his arrest, leaving Nina and Roy distraught.
In fact, Roy – played by David Neilson – is so tormented by the situation that in upcoming episodes, he decides to sell the Woody, put the flat in Nina's name and leave Weatherfield for good.
Now actress Mollie has revealed all about how Nina reacts to the latest situation, telling The Sun's TV Mag: "Nina has all these horrible ideas of what is happening after she keeps hearing a number of things about Roy.
"At first she is very confused but then she thinks that this must be it, that he is going to end his life and she is distraught.
"When she finally finds Roy and he tells her he is leaving Weatherfield because he can’t look Sam in the eye, she blames herself for everything that has happened again because she feels like she is always linked to the bad things that are happening on the street in some way.
"She can't get it out of her head that she is the problem."
Mollie revealed that Nina is "absolutely gutted" by the news and does everything she can to convince Roy to stay.
She continued: "She tries to talk to him and use her words. She talks about everyone that she has lost in the past, her mum, her dad, Seb and now Roy.
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"She tells Roy that if he leaves he will be breaking the promise that he made to her dad, the promise to look after. She can’t understand it because Roy Cropper would never break a promise!
"She feels let down by Roy and she just wants him to stay, she asks herself, how can Roy do this to me?
"I think if he were to stay, she has already felt so let down by even the thought of him leaving her that it would cause problems for them further down the line."
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