In the Thursday (October 19) episode of Emmerdale, a major hint was dropped about the fan-favorite character, Kerry’s return. This has left fans excited about her comeback. Last year, Kerry left the show, and since then, viewers eagerly await her to return to the village.
The big question is: What will happen if Kerry returns? Will she help her daughter heal? Or will she take her revenge on Mack for not choosing Chloe? Only time will answer all these questions. But Kerry’s return to Emmerdale certainly promises to be filled with thrill, drama, and more.
Emmerdale: Will Kerry Make A Comeback?
In the 19th October episode of Emmerdale, Amy Wyatt, Natalie Ann Jameson, sent a text message to her mother, Kerry (Laura Norton). The previous year, Kerry left the village after the death of Al Chapman (Michael Wildman). After that, Kerry was working on a cruise ship. While in real life, her exit matched with Laura’s maternity leave. The last time Kerry appeared was back in August on a video call with Dan Spencer (Liam Fox).
In a recent episode of Emmerdale, Amy was sitting next to Chloe (Jessie Elland) at the hospital. Chloe has been in a coma after a horrific car crash. The accident involved Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) and Charity (Emma Atkins) too. In the accident, Mack had to make a decision to save one of the two women. He decided to save Charity, leading to Chloe’s fall. But Chloe surprisingly survived. Even though she regained consciousness, Chloe has no memory of the accident.
The Emmerdale fans are expecting Kerry’s return while her daughter recovers. During this tough time, she will make a comeback to support her daughter and family. Amy’s message comes out as a big hint, adding more drama and emotions. Certainly, it won’t be good news for Mack. Let us see what all happens when Kerry returns. For more Emmerdale updates,
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