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Photo spoiler: Shirley's flying high!

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Katy R | 00:00 UK time, Sunday, 29 July 2012

Check out these pics for the week commencing 6th August...

Shirley tries to conquer her fear of heights by abseiling down the side of The Vic! Phil manages to get her onto the roof, and coaches her through it (Phil? Supportive? Really?). As she stands on the edge, with the crowd cheering her on, she's overwhelmed with love for her man and pops the question! Will he say yes to her marriage proposal?!

Phil and Shirley

Phil and Shirley

Check back on Tuesday for some more spoiler pictures!

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    awwwwwwwwwwwww its all so romantic......... but only a day later he ruins it.....

  • Comment number 2.

    Shirley won't take no for an answer, she'd top herself! Their relationship. I think. is just a false dawn. Shirley's gonna find out one day about Heather's killer and then.....the Mitchells are over. And for the record, Phil is really supportive and "Phil on Remand" is proof enough :)

  • Comment number 3.

    ^ they were about to get married last year when she walked out.

    and she finds out the week after but if phil really dont love her then its gonna be sooo boring and predictable :(

  • Comment number 4.

    I Dont Think They Should Get Married, I Think They're Better Off How They Are Cos They Soooo Do NOT Suit Being A Married Couple At All!:);)

  • Comment number 5.

    The rumor is that Shirley is going to find out that Ben killed her best friend and Phil has been covering for him. Also, with Sharon coming back, there is no chance for Phil and Shirley IMHO even though she is the woman for him. As for Cora, she was horrible to Tanya who just wanted to talk to her, bit it looks like Cora still blaming herself for losing her baby daughter and all of that is still raw after all those years, that's why she is so defensive and doesn't want anyone to know or talk to her about it.

 

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