Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) is in a tough spot on Chicago Fire. The character was under the impression that her husband, Severide (Taylor Kinney), was in an arson investigation program in Alabama.
Come to find out, Severide was promoted out of the program and is currently working an ATF case somewhere else in the country! Cruz (Joe Minoso) broke the news towards the end of the episode “Change of Plans”, not knowing that that Kidd was unaware of this…
Are Kidd and Severide going to break up?
It was shocking for fans to discover, but it’s hard to imagine how Kidd felt in that moment. After weeks of seemingly decent communication between the couple, the fact that Severide would leave out a detail that enormous raises some serious questions about them as a couple.
One Chicago fans might note the similarities between this situation and the one currently playing out between Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) on Chicago PD.
They too were recently married, and then separated when Halstead decided to give up his badge to work in Central America. Like Severide, he planned on being gone for a brief time, but Upton eventually found out that he put in for an extension without telling her.
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A confrontation hasn’t yet broken out between the Chicago PD couple, but Stellaride is a different story. Kidd doesn’t shy away from telling people how she feels, as evidenced by the arguments that she and Severide had prior to him leaving.
She is someone who speaks her mind, and we have to assume that there will be developments in the Stellaride story during the season 11 finale. Severide has already been confirmed to not be in the finale, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get an over-the-phone confrontation or a text message that sheds light on what the couple does next and how they can move past this sizable hiccup.
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