After Chloe Harris’ son becomes ill in Emmerdale, Charity Dingle may be about to drop a huge bombshell on her rival.
In Emmerdale, Lawrence Robb’s character Mackenzie Boyd’s ex-wife Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) uses charm to win over the agitated Liam Cavanagh (Jonny McPherson) on their date.
Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) and Mack arrive at the B&B during their romantic evening and take a seat at the table next to them.
As she lashes out at Liam across the table, Charity’s jealousy quickly rises and her mask begins to fall.
The next day, Charity is coerced into a conversation with Chloe in the playground before Reuben’s cry and a temperature send the young mother into a panic.
Chloe starts to worry about Reuben’s meningitis, and since she has no one else to turn to, she begs Charity to take her and Reuben to the hospital.
When they get there, a chilly Charity tries her best to warm up a grateful Chloe for being there.
Chloe is happy to be clearing the air with Charity after the doctors give the baby the all-clear.
Currently, Charity slept with her fiance this summer on the day of Reuben’s Christening, but Chloe is blissfully unaware of this.
Will Charity seize this chance to be honest with her about her lustful night with Mack?
When Charity learned Mack had an affair with Chloe while they were dating, she was devastated.
Just moments after getting married to the Scotsman earlier this year, she found out Mack was Reuben’s father.
Since Charity and Mack’s breakup, Mack has been attempting to maintain their family dynamic with Chloe.
The trio will be at the center of Super Soap Week’s explosive storyline next month, according to Emmerdale management.
Pictures from the set indicate that a terrible car accident involving Chloe trapped inside the car will occur soon on the ITV soap opera.
ITV has been coy about the plot, but viewers are expected to watch in horror as Chloe’s car careens off a cliff, leaving her hurt or even dead.
Mack and Charity are also entangled in the action, both of them appearing hurt from the alleged collision.