Over the course of two weeks, Emmerdale will commemorate its 50th birthday with some tragic storylines. Before the shocking episodes of the following week, here are the top five spoilers.
Faith Dingle, who is determined to die with dignity, moves forward with her plan to commit suicide in upcoming episodes of Emmerdale. She makes the decision to commit suicide on her own after spending the day with her family. Tracy Metcalfe also makes her way back to the community, and she doesn’t waste any time ripping off her ex-partner Nate Robinson’s clothes. Is a get-together planned? Is Harriet Finch about to sabotage Will Taylor and Kim Tate’s nuptials? The episodes from next week will make everything clear.
Cain Dingle stands by Faith as she passes away.
Sally Dexter’s character Faith, who intends to commit suicide, wishes to spend one final outing at the beach with her family. However, the anticipated trip is canceled when her health deteriorates. Cain (Jeff Horley) is committed to finding a solution and giving his mother the ideal day.
When Faith learns what her friends and family have accomplished in converting the village into a seaside town, she is overjoyed to pieces.
When Diane Sugden (Elizabeth Estensen) surprises her and promises to create as many memories with Faith as she can, she becomes even more enthusiastic.
Faith is overcome when Cain asks his mother to dance and later clings to a family photo, happy with the memories she has. Faith is urged by Moira Dingle (Natalie J. Robb) to change her mind about ending her life, and she makes a commitment that she won’t do it anytime soon.
But after saying her final goodbyes subtly to her loved ones and returning home to her bed, Faith gets ready to pass away in a dignified manner.
As she lies alone, Faith turns off her phone, browses through family photos, and gets ready to commit suicide.
When Cain, to her surprise, shows up to visit his mother, he is horrified when he realizes what she has done. As she slowly eludes him, he makes an effort to make her as comfortable as he can.
Chas continues affair as her mother dies
Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) rushes off to meet with lover Al Chapman after organizing the beach surprise for her mother (Michael Wildman).
Chas’s happiness around her family made Al fear he was losing her, so when she confessed her love to him, he was overjoyed.
Al tries his best to cheer up Chas as they meet at a hotel because she is worried about her mother. Even worse, he turns off her phone.
As they celebrate Al buying them a house so they can begin to plan their future, the couple is blissfully unaware that Faith is dying.
Will Chas regret her affair with Al as she misses the opportunity to be by her mother’s side as she doesn’t answer her husband Paddy Kirk’s (Dominic Brunt) calls?
While sharing a bed, Nate and Tracy reconcile.
Amy Walsh’s Tracy Metcalfe, who has recently become engaged to Ollie but hasn’t told Frankie’s father Nate about it, returns to the community (Jurrell Carter).
She makes a promise to tell Nate what’s happening, but they quickly get back together and start ripping each other’s clothes off.
Tracy freaks out when she hears Vanessa coming home and pushes Nate out of the house in just his boxers as the couple awkwardly changes into dresses following their afternoon of passion.
Tracy acts as if nothing is happening, but Vanessa becomes suspicious when she sees Nate’s pants and phones on the couch.
Vanessa gets her suspicions confirmed when he later comes back to get his belongings, and she cautions Tracy to be careful.
Tracy admits she still loves Nate and is unsure how to handle her engagement. Will she meet Nate again, and how will Naomi, his new girlfriend, respond?
Harriet tells Will Taylor how she really feels.
Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) is getting ready to wed Kim Tate (Claire King), but he may be in trouble because his ex-girlfriend Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) has admitted she still loves him.
After his stag party, Will is withdrawn and makes an effort to reassure Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) that his declaration to Harriet was simply a drunken error. Harriet is convinced he still has feelings for her despite his attempts to downplay it.
Kim is surprised by Will’s cold behavior as she waits for her wedding day and is overjoyed to wed him. She quickly queries whether he is starting to doubt himself.
Will, in the meantime, is devastated to learn that Harriet will no longer be attending the wedding and he begs to meet her so he can persuade her otherwise.
Kim pursues her fiancé after noticing something is wrong and finds him at the scrapyard with Harriet, who is confessing her love for him.
Will Kim get married, or will she be dumped at the altar?
Nicola King jeopardises Charles’ future in the village
When Charles Anderson finds out that the Bishop has received a complaint about him from someone in the village, he is devastated.
After learning that his daughter Naomi attacked Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) earlier this year, he immediately suspects her to be the culprit.
Charles cautions Naomi against acting on her own and leaves to speak with Nicola.
When Nicola learns that the Bishop accepts her accusations against Charles, she is overjoyed. Could she expel Charles from the community?
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