In Coronation Street, Sarah Platt (Tina O’Brien) is a very career-focused woman.
She has been hard at work the past few months developing her new company strategy with Michael (Ryan Russell) and relying on her Uncle Stephen (Todd Boyce) for financial assistance.
Adam (Sam Robertson), her partner, works as a lawyer alongside Dee-Dee (Channique Sterling-Brown) and Alya (across the street) (Sair Khan).
It should be noted that this pair is doing exceptionally well in their careers, and for Adam, this stability presents an opportunity to concentrate on something else—starting a family.
Harry is Sarah’s young son, of course, but Adam is not Harry’s biological father.
The following evening, when Sarah reveals that she must work late once more since they are vying for a significant contract, Adam tells her they need to make time to discuss the possibility of having a child.
Moreover, the thought of being a mother once again will be even more on Sarah’s mind the following week, when she tells Michael that she doesn’t genuinely want any more children, despite her efforts to divert her attention with work.
What does this entail for their relationship, though?
If Sarah and Adam can’t agree on how to expand their family, may their future relationship be in jeopardy?