Corrie star Sally Dynevor says baby Jack is a constant reminder of Kevin Webster’s affair

As we’ve seen in recent weeks – since Sally Webster nearly died after discovering Anne Foster (Gwen Taylor) murdered her own son – Kevin Webster has been a great source of support for estranged his estranged wife…

And in upcoming episodes, the pair are set to get even closer after a romantic dinner together and a candid chat about their relationship.

However, Sally Dynevor, who of course plays Sally Webster, reckons that the chances of her character and Kevin (Michael Le Vell) reconciling are reduced because of Kevin’s son Jack…

Jack is of course Molly Dobbs’ (Vicky Binns) son, but when she died in the tram crash, the care of the baby ultimately fell to Kevin once the truth about his relationship with Molly became public knowledge.

Speaking to Soaplife, Sally said, “Jack is a constant reminder of Kevin’s betrayal. Would she ever really be able to love him?”

Sally added, “It would be easy for Sally to slip back into a relationship with Kevin as she loves having him around.”

She then went on to reveal that after Sally and Kevin kiss, Sally gives serious thought to reuniting with Kevin.

She said, “She’s going with her heart but I think she still has niggling doubts about how a domestic arrangement would work with baby Jack.

“I think it would be very hard. Jack is a constant reminder of Kevin’s affair with Molly.

“She knows baby Jack needs someone who can love him like a mother but I’m not sure if Sally’s confident that she can be that person.

“I think Sally probably has forgiven Kevin for the affair now – they’ve both made mistakes – but whether they can move forward again as a couple I don’t know.”

And finally, when asked if Sally would ever ask Kevin to choose between her Jack, Dynevor said, “I don’t think Sally would ever do that. She’s a mother herself and I don’t think she could ever ask Kevin to give up his child for her.”

Would you like to see Kevin and Sally back together, or would you like to see her – and him – move on with other people?

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.