Coronation Street's Bailey family will be shaken up once more this month when Michael Bailey's baby-mama Grace Vickers moves into their house as well as by the arrival of his uncle Ronnie.

Despite Grace, played by Kate Spencer, and Aggie, played by Lorna Laidlaw, vowing to try and end their rows for the sake of Grace's unborn baby – actress Kate admits Michael will be left stuck in the middle once more as Grace becomes a permanent resident on the street.

Kate, 29, told Daily Star: "There will be a lot kicking off in the Bailey family over the next few weeks.

"It is going to be quite chaotic.

"Grace wants to be part of the family unit but her and Aggie can't seem to get past their differences.

"Even though Grace is carrying Michael's baby Aggie still hasn't warmed to her.

"She doesn't want Grace to be the mother of the child but obviously she can't change that.

"It's little bit crazy after she moves into their home – their relationship continuously goes up and down."

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But while Grace's diva antics and teenage-like tantrums are here to stay, one thing she has left in the past is her criminal ways.

Kate added: "After prison her head is everywhere and there is no stability.

"I don't think we will see her back on the wrong side of the law, she didn't want to be there in the first place.

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"She still wants happiness but the most important thing is the baby so she will do everything in her power to make sure the baby is ok and will be happy.

"If it comes down to it Michael will choice the baby and Grace over his mum as he is so loyal but he would do it for the baby not Grace. He wants that family.

"He doesn't want to pick but it could come to that. Aggie will have to fold."

ITV recently confirmed the addition of Ronnie Bailey.

Ronnie, played by Vinta Morgan, is Ed Bailey's brother and uncle to Michael.

The flash wheeler dealer will initially win over the lads but, ever cautious, Aggie will later admit she cant related around him.

Producer Iain MacLeod says: “Ronnie is a Jack the Lad that will tip their current cosy existence on its head and set many cats among many pigeons, up and down the street, much to Ed’s exasperation.

"In comes Ronnie with a hand grenade with the pin already out and we are all wondering when he is going to drop it and as you can predict on a show like ours he will drop it when it will do maximum damage. It’s an exciting time in the Bailey household.”

Corrie continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on ITV

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