Entertainment: New Coronation Street video shows Sean's budding romance with newcomer Laurence

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Coronation Street’s Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) has been unlucky in love recently, but that could be set to change according to a new teaser video.

Sean’s relationship with Frank (Simon O’Brien) came to a sudden end as he discovered that his partner was actually a bit of a wrong ‘un.

Sean called it quits with Frank after overhearing a conversation between him and his son, Dylan (Liam McCheyne), in which he told him to fight back on the football pitch.

It appears that Sean has put himself back on the dating scene, going on a date with newcomer Laurence, who he sets his sights on at a wake.

Sean and Laurence appear to enjoy their date (Picture: ITV) © Provided by Metro Sean and Laurence appear to enjoy their date (Picture: ITV)

The video shows the pair enjoying a dinner in the Bistro, and discussing Sean and Frank’s disastrous relationship.

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Laurence is keen to meet Sean’s family, especially Dylan, but Sean wants to make sure that he is the right man before that happens.

Will Laurence prove a better match for Sean that Frank?

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