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Coronation Street star says Curtis’ feelings for Emma are genuine

Curtis’ feelings for Emma aren’t a lie

In Coronation Street, Curtis Delamere’s (Sam Retford) and Emma Brooker’s (Alexandra Mardell) romance has progressed swiftly.

Despite their difficult beginnings, Emma adores Curtis and is already planning their wedding!

However, now that Curtis’ secret has been revealed, many fans are questioning whether the character truly loves Emma, given the massive web of falsehoods he’s spun over the past few months.

Curtis still wants to marry Emma, as Sam Retford argues, because his affections for her are genuine:

Will Curtis tell Emma everything?

‘He used to do this with other individuals, but then he’d depart.’ He’d receive what he desired unconsciously, but after he felt fulfilled, he’d decide that the risk was too great to stay, so he’d make up an excuse and flee so he wouldn’t have to deal with any more genuine contemplation.

‘It was different with Emma, and I think he knew it was going to come out at some point.’ If he tells her and she chooses to stay, she will. I believe she has taught him to be his true self, and Curtis’ love for Emma is genuine admiration.’

‘It’s incredibly tricky because there are two ways to look at it,’ Sam explained, referring to his portrayal of Curtis since his arrival in May.

When I first started the work, I approached it from a clinical, pragmatic standpoint, imagining how someone with this disease may act or how the disorder might influence their behaviour.

‘Now, I’m sympathetic to Curtis and strive to ensure that he is respected, because all of the decisions he was making stemmed from a place of hurt and, in some ways, self-loathing.’ You fell in love with him as a result of that.’

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Curtis’ feelings for Emma aren’t a lie

In Coronation Street, Curtis Delamere’s (Sam Retford) and Emma Brooker’s (Alexandra Mardell) romance has progressed swiftly.

Despite their difficult beginnings, Emma adores Curtis and is already planning their wedding!

However, now that Curtis’ secret has been revealed, many fans are questioning whether the character truly loves Emma, given the massive web of falsehoods he’s spun over the past few months.

Curtis still wants to marry Emma, as Sam Retford argues, because his affections for her are genuine:

Will Curtis tell Emma everything?

‘He used to do this with other individuals, but then he’d depart.’ He’d receive what he desired unconsciously, but after he felt fulfilled, he’d decide that the risk was too great to stay, so he’d make up an excuse and flee so he wouldn’t have to deal with any more genuine contemplation.

‘It was different with Emma, and I think he knew it was going to come out at some point.’ If he tells her and she chooses to stay, she will. I believe she has taught him to be his true self, and Curtis’ love for Emma is genuine admiration.’

‘It’s incredibly tricky because there are two ways to look at it,’ Sam explained, referring to his portrayal of Curtis since his arrival in May.

When I first started the work, I approached it from a clinical, pragmatic standpoint, imagining how someone with this disease may act or how the disorder might influence their behaviour.

‘Now, I’m sympathetic to Curtis and strive to ensure that he is respected, because all of the decisions he was making stemmed from a place of hurt and, in some ways, self-loathing.’ You fell in love with him as a result of that.’

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Curtis’ feelings for Emma aren’t a lie

In Coronation Street, Curtis Delamere’s (Sam Retford) and Emma Brooker’s (Alexandra Mardell) romance has progressed swiftly.

Despite their difficult beginnings, Emma adores Curtis and is already planning their wedding!

However, now that Curtis’ secret has been revealed, many fans are questioning whether the character truly loves Emma, given the massive web of falsehoods he’s spun over the past few months.

Curtis still wants to marry Emma, as Sam Retford argues, because his affections for her are genuine:

Will Curtis tell Emma everything?

‘He used to do this with other individuals, but then he’d depart.’ He’d receive what he desired unconsciously, but after he felt fulfilled, he’d decide that the risk was too great to stay, so he’d make up an excuse and flee so he wouldn’t have to deal with any more genuine contemplation.

‘It was different with Emma, and I think he knew it was going to come out at some point.’ If he tells her and she chooses to stay, she will. I believe she has taught him to be his true self, and Curtis’ love for Emma is genuine admiration.’

‘It’s incredibly tricky because there are two ways to look at it,’ Sam explained, referring to his portrayal of Curtis since his arrival in May.

When I first started the work, I approached it from a clinical, pragmatic standpoint, imagining how someone with this disease may act or how the disorder might influence their behaviour.

‘Now, I’m sympathetic to Curtis and strive to ensure that he is respected, because all of the decisions he was making stemmed from a place of hurt and, in some ways, self-loathing.’ You fell in love with him as a result of that.’

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