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Max Turner of Coronation Street must make a critical choice following an ultimatum.

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Max Turner of Coronation Street is currently embroiled in a love triangle as a result of Lauren Bolton’s return to the ITV soap opera.

Max Turner (Paddy Bever) of Coronation Street appears to be facing a significant choice regarding his romantic life.

He has found himself torn between Sabrina Adetiba (Luana Santos), his ex-girlfriend Lauren Bolton (Cait Fitton), and other women.

In scenes that will run the following week, Lauren tells Max that she still misses her father after earlier rejecting his call from prison.

The unhappy teen’s situation is improving, though, when Shona Platt (Julia Goulding) informs her that she has been successful in getting her a trial shift at the cafe.

She tells Max that she is nervous, and he tries to reassure her by stating he would drop by the cafe to offer moral support. Shona is trying to assist, and she appreciates it.

Shona reassures Roy Cropper (David Neilson) that Lauren would soon get the hang of it despite Lauren’s nervousness and a shaky start at the cafe.

In a different location, Sabrina runs into Max and offers they spend some time together. Max agrees and texts Lauren to let her know he won’t be able to make it to the cafe.

He is unaware that Lauren is watching the entire scenario play out as he and Sabrina head home.

At position eight, Sabrina acknowledges her love for Max but says that a relationship wouldn’t work as long as Lauren was involved.

Knowing he must choose between Lauren and Sabrina, which ex-girlfriend would he pay the most attention to? Maybe a fresh flame?

When Lauren gets back home, she tells Max and Shona Roy has granted her the cafe job on a permanent basis, which complicates matters further.

Cait Fitton, a soap opera star, discussed their relationship when speaking to Express.co.uk and other media outlets.

“I believe there is unfinished business with Max and Lauren,” she stated. There has been and always will be.

“Because they both experienced the same trauma, there will always be love and feelings there.

“You do have those sensations there that you’re never going to forget when you go through something and experience something with someone who has always been there for you through it, or even experiences it with you.

From my perspective, Max has been Lauren’s “Max,” and I genuinely believe that feelings will remain there forever.

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