Published Monday, 16 December 2013
Kylie causes a scene at the Nativity. (© ITV)
Since throwing David out of the house for his part in the car crash that almost killed his brother Nick, Kylie has tried to get on with her life and forget about the horrible year she has had.
But when the rest of the Platt family decide to let David back into the fold, the young mum turns to alcohol in a bid to forget her troubles.
"Kylie is on yet another path of self-destruction and this is probably the worst phase we have ever seen her at on the Street," explained Paula.
"She can't forgive David for what he has done, but she can't forgive herself either. She just feels like utter, utter rubbish."
Events unfold after Gail decides the whole family need to get together and sort out their differences, but Kylie is not happy.
Gail starts to get them back together and she organises a family conference - it's like we are the mafia of Coronation Street.
Paula Lane (Kylie Platt)
"Kylie is not up for it at all," Paul revealed. "She has already had a drink, she doesn't see what the point is and she thinks it's just another way for David to get his feet back under the table.
"Kylie decides that she will let him see the children, but there are two rules.
She tells David he can never see the children while she is in the house and someone else must be there with him for the visit.
This means the whole family will now have to rally round to follow Kylie's rules.
"But of course David messes up and Kylie is there to catch him out," said Paula.
"This is all happening on the build up to Corrie's Nativity, so in true Corrie form the Nativity is looming and Kylie is on the warpath.
"She gets very drunk before the Nativity and then decides that she is gonna go after all because David has been invited.
"She thinks "you know what? Fine, I'll go and be a good mum", but of course... she's not.
"Another year, another Corrie Nativity, forget Mary and Joseph, Kylie and David are on it and it's gonna be horrendous."
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