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Coronation Street’s Rob Mallard shares secret over Daniel and Daisy scenes

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A prank was pulled!

Rob Mallard has been at the center of many dramatic and moving tales throughout his time on Coronation Street, so it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that he occasionally feels the need to lighten the mood on set.

On the ITV serial, the actor who portrays Daniel Osbourne admitted that he enjoys the occasional practical joke during filming, and Charlotte Jordan, who plays Daisy Midgeley, has recently been the target of one.

Everyone is quite childlike, but there is a difference between being childlike and being childish. OK! was explained by Mallard.

“Everyone is so innocent. Charlie will find a ton of incredibly obnoxious, juvenile notes that I leave on the set when the scene is in progress.

She has to maintain her composure during that, so if I know she needs to use a prop, I’ll hide a crude message in the tea urn or something similar so she discovers it during the take.

Any scenes between Daniel and Daisy in the near future should be closely watched to see whether we may capture one of his notes being found.

Speaking of Daniel’s romantic history, many people will always associate him with Sinead, played by Katie McGlynn.

The excellent on-screen connection between Mallard and McGlynn came to an end when Sinead passed away in 2019. Off-screen, though, the performers continue to be close friends, and they recently reconnected at an awards event.

When posting a picture of herself and her widower together, Katie jokingly wrote on Instagram that it was “always wonderful bumping into your widower at an awards ceremony.”

Kimberly Hart-Simpson, who played Nicky Wheatley in Daniel’s other recent love interest, recently confirmed that she had completed her most recent run in the character. Wheatley recently left Weatherfield.

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