Troubled 'Coronation Street' couple Carla Connor and Peter Barlow are finally set to tie the knot in scenes to be shown on the ITV1 soap at the end of this year.

But photos from filming on set in Manchester suggest all might not go to plan...

Carla (Alison King) is seen dressed as the virginal bride, all in white, clutching a pack of fags, as Peter (Chris Gascoyne) appears to plead with her in the snaps below.

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The Weatherfield couple's factory worker friends, such as Tina, Michelle and Maria, will also attend the big day. As will Carla's brother, Rob Donovan, who she doesn't always see eye to eye with.

Speaking to the TV Times, actor Chris recently revealed that Peter feels overwhelmed when Carla takes charge of the wedding planning.

He said: “Peter is not very happy. He's lost the bookies and doesn't know what he's doing in the factory.

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“It's Peter doing the same old thing. Whenever things are going well he presses the self-destruct button.”

“As for the wedding, if it happens, it can only be a disaster if it's got a Barlow in it!” he added.

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