Coronation Street's Carla Connor, played by Alison King, is hoping life will finally hand her a happy ever after as her wedding approaches.
After a tempestuous reign at the Underworld factory, Carla is about to embark on a new life with Nick Tilsley (Ben Price), leaving Connor family members Aidan (Shayne Ward) and Johnny (Richard Hawley) at the helm.
However, Corrie's spring spoilers reveal that beneath all the smiles the underwear company workers are wearing, it is secrets and lies that are being manufactured.
Factory boss Aidan and employee Eva Price (Catherine Tyldesley) have cemented their relationship to become Weatherfield's most talked-about new couple.
But it remains to be seen if this liaison will be good news for Underworld.
Aidan's father and business partner Johnny also appears to have his eye on a member of staff - troubled Jenny Bradley (Sally Ann Matthews). The cobbles have seen some unlikely lovers over the years, and this pair may be the latest in a long line.
The future is not so bright for Izzy Armstrong (Cherylee Houston) whose use of cannabis as a form of pain relief will bring serious criminal repercussions.
Life has been heavenly for Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) since vicar Billy Mayhew (Dan Brocklebank) came into his life.
However, someone from the vicar's past turns up on the Street and threatens his relationship with Sean.
Fiz Brown (Jennie McAlpine) is back at work in a bid to make ends meet. But with the debts continuing to pile up at home, financial pressures may tear her and partner Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) apart.
Sinead Tinker (Katie McGlynn) is on cloud nine as she lives out her modelling dream at Underworld, with her aunt Beth Sutherland (Lisa George) at her side.
However, Chesney Brown (Sam Aston) is growing increasingly jealous of her new career.
With Carla out of the picture, Alya Nazir (Sair Khan) sees an opportunity to step into her shoes. But they are big shoes to fill.
Newly-elected Weatherfield councillor Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) will be taking snobbery to new heights as her position alienates her from her fellow machinists. Corrie residents will watch keenly to see if this puts more pressure on her marriage to happy-go-lucky window cleaner Tim (Joe Duttine).
Whatever happens, there'll be a lot more going on than just knicker stitching at Underworld this spring on ITV.