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'Coronation Street' Sean Tully gets Betty's hotpot recipe

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Coronation Street's Sean Tully is to be left with the huge task of continuing Betty Williams's hotpot legacy at the Rovers Return.

Next week's episodes of the ITV1 soap pay tribute to Betty as her son Gordon (Bill Kenwright) returns to the cobbles and announces that she has passed away.

Sean Tully from Coronation Street

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Betty Williams (played by Betty Driver) with a hotpot

© ITV



Earlier this month, Coronation Street's producer Phil Collinson disclosed the full details of a long-held secret kept by Betty, which will be revealed to the local residents next week.

However, this isn't the only secret in the mix - as Betty also leaves behind her famous hotpot recipe!

Sean (Antony Cotton) is stunned when Gordon hands him a letter that Betty penned for him before her death. The note contains the full recipe, allowing Sean to make sure that the pub's signature dish continues to be served up. Can he live up to Betty's high standard?

In real life, actress Betty Driver - who played Betty for 42 years - passed away late last year following a period of ill health. Next week's episodes are a tribute to the star and her much-loved character.

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