Emmerdale New Year’s Day spoilers reveal terror for the teens and Belle Dingle’s wedding discovery

Emmerdale kicks off the new year in style. (Image: Getty/Rex)

When the New Year’s Day episode of Emmerdale approaches, youngsters Cathy Hope (Gabrielle Dowling), Heath Hope (Sebastian Dowling), and Angelica King (Rebecca Bakes) will be thrust into grave peril. The drama on the soap opera will not abate.

Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) is making a big impression at the B&B in an attempt to support her mayoral campaign.

While Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) had intended to spend a romantic evening at home with Wendy Posner (Susan Cookson), he is unexpectedly called upon to assist with Nicola’s celebration.

Bob is thus too busy to give Cathy and Heath a ride to the party in Hotten when they ask him for one. They try Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop), but all she wants is a nice evening in with a glass of sherry with Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell).

With Cathy at the wheel, the kids decide to steal Wendy’s vehicle keys and drive to the party on their own.

Not long after the automobile disappears, it is found that the children are gone as well. Bob is informed by April Windsor (Amelia Flanagan) that the twins have left for Hotten and that Angelica is travelling with them.

The three teens are heading along the dark rural roads, not understanding that Wendy and Bob are attempting to catch up with them. Heath is becoming irritated with Cathy’s sluggish driving and is pressing her to pick up the pace.

Ignoring a near-miss with another automobile, Cathy puts her foot down, giving in to her wild side that has landed her in danger before.

Will everyone celebrate the New Year in safety?

At last, Chas and Aaron begin to defrost their relationship (Image: ITV)

In another scene, Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) has become quite close to baby Ivy after spending Christmas caring for her.

Even though she didn’t give birth to Ivy, she shares genetics with her, so when she first laid eyes on her, they clicked. The attachment has only grown deeper from seeing her every day, and to be honest, Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) is scared.

He is aware that the infant is officially the kid of Gus (Alan McKenna) and his late wife Lucy, and Rhona has no parental rights over him. Will Marlon be able to give Rhona the support she needs when she begs him to help her make it work and bring Ivy into the family?

Mandy Dingle (Lisa Riley) does her best to lift Sam Dingle’s (James Hooton) spirits as he is grieving over his missing wife Lydia (Karen Blick).

Additionally, Mandy is there to congratulate Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) on her engagement to James Chase’s character, Tom King.

In relation to it, Belle is taken aback that Tom revealed it online without first consulting her.

When son Aaron (Danny Miller) joins her at the Woolpack for New Year’s, there’s a little warming of tensions between Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and himself after their recent struggles.

However, Amit Sharma (Anil Goutam) is having less success as he tries in vain to win over Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson).

Leave a Comment