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Emmerdale theory: New family arrive in the village as beloved character exits

In advance of the ITV soap opera celebrating its 50th anniversary later this year, EMMERDALE may be planning to introduce a few new individuals to the hamlet, and hints may be dropped in the episodes airing the following week.

Charles Anderson (played by Kevin Mathurin) and his son, Ethan Anderson (Emile John), will be welcomed to Emmerdale in December 2020, marking the first new family to be introduced to the community in two years. There have been many recent visitors who are extended members of existing families on the ITV soap opera, notably Rhona Goskirk’s (Zo Henry) mother, Mary Goskirk (Louise Jameson). But as Faith Dingle (Sally Dexter) prepares to leave the Dales in the coming months, it’s possible that after her passing, her ex-family husband’s will visit the community.

Faith has secondary cancer, which was previously explained, and this time there is no solution because it is deadly.

To the dismay of her family, Faith has decided to forgo the treatment that would have extended her life.

She will want to make the most of her time with her family before the next week’s shows air.

Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter), her grandson, appears to have been asked to do something for her because the two of them end up leaving the house dressed up.

Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) is left wondering what her mother is up to, but she leaves Faith to fend for herself.

When Nate asks questions as well, his grandma is evasive, which causes him to become even more perplexed when they arrive at a house he has never seen before.

It will turn out that Eileen Roberts, Faith’s stepdaughter, who was last seen in the area in 2017, lives here.

Following the disappearance of £20,000 from her late father’s bank account, which Faith had used to cover Sarah Sugden’s (Katie Hill) cancer treatment, Eileen made an appearance in two episodes.

Up until next week, when Faith claims she needs to go to Eileen’s house to retrieve something that is hers, no one has heard of the character.

Faith decides to knock on the front door against Nate’s fears, and she is greeted by her stepdaughter’s husband, Angus.

Angus welcomes Faith despite not knowing who she is; nevertheless, he soon learns and orders her to leave his farm.

Nate thinks this might be the end of the story, but Faith gives in to gain what is properly hers, which prompts her to come up with a different strategy.

Nate doesn’t assist his grandma this time, but Faith steals his car and shows up at Eileen’s house disguised.

She knocks on the door wearing a blonde wig and introduces herself as a photographer with a real estate agency that is looking to sell the property.

Even though she initially considered it to be a dangerous strategy, it appears to work when Angus asks her inside for a chat.

Faith quickly exits the house after she gets what she requires, leaving her son Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and grandson Nate perplexed by what they are witnessing.

When Angus notices Nate hanging around, he realizes it is Faith who has gone off with the sack from the Dingle matriarch.

Faith reveals to Nate, Cain, and Chas that she has found a box of priceless memories when they return to the village.

Although their mother abandoned them when they were little, it offers Cain and Chas some solace to know that she still thought of them.

Faith is glad to see her family having such a good time, but since Eileen is pressing charges, it might not be long before the cops show up.

Eileen could explain that she was dying and only wanted her memories back if Faith had the chance to speak with her face to face.

As soon as Faith married her father, Eileen began to think of her as a mother figure and would be heartbroken to learn this news.

Eileen and Angus may decide to spend a few nights at the bed and breakfast in order to be closer to Faith during her final days.

The pair might think about settling down in the hamlet after Faith’s passing as they get to know the Dingles a little better.

Eileen could finally feel that Faith had given her everything she had ever wanted because she didn’t have a real family of her own, and the Dingles could accept her as one of their own.

The actress who plays Faith, Sally, hinted that there would be plenty of trouble while discussing the end plot for her character.

The soap opera actress said the following about leaving: “I believe it is fantastic. Although I haven’t seen the scripts for her passing, I’m hoping for the best outcome possible.

“This is a larger family story rather than just a cancer story.

“The wonderful aspect of death is the event that comes before it, namely life and all the love that surrounds it. To celebrate her, I’d adore it if everyone watching had a miniature bottle of gin “She spoke to TV Times.

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