The Dingle will be blamed for wrongdoing she didn’t carry out.
Emmerdale spoilers follow.
Emmerdale’s Lydia Dingle will be captured one week from now, as the police blame her for running a trick – something she didn’t do.
Clearly, that would be an unpleasant encounter for anybody, however, Lydia has some particular emotions about the entire circumstance because of her own set of experiences.
Entertainer Karen Blick clarified: “[Lydia] feels entirely helpless once more since it returns her to when individuals were composing terrible things on the web about her child and her past.
“It triggers those sentiments from when she was a youngster. With the present circumstance, doubt is mounting about her blame and she’s totally guiltless. It’s that disappointment when you’re honest and fingers are pointing at you, with individuals believing there’s no smoke without fire.”
Fortunately, the Dingle family are consistently there for one another, with Karen clarifying exactly how they come together for her.
“They attempt to support her and show that she didn’t have anything to do with this,” the star expressed. “Sam attempts to take her out for dinner since she’s covering up away. She gets herself not having any desire to go to work, not having any desire to confront anyone.
“Sam urges her to confront this, look at individuals without flinching, and hold her head up high. They go to The Woolpack however she catches Leyla tattling about her and furthermore referencing her child and her past.
“That pushes her much further, however, Cain is there supporting her. I believe it’s a pleasant aspect regarding a story like this, seeing that families are there for these characters.”
Tragically, this might be the beginning of a line of “disagreeable experiences” for Lydia, yet in any event, the Dingles will have her back.
Emmerdale is set to air these scenes in the week beginning Monday, May 3 on ITV.