Emmerdale star Natalie J Robb not ruling out Kyle becoming a child serial killer
Young Kyle Winchester (Huey Quinn) has already killed one person when he shot Al Chapman (Michael Wildman), but is he capable of becoming Emmerdale’s next serial killer? His step-mom Moira’s actress Natalie J. Robb isn’t ruling it out.
She said, “I hope not,” but noted that it was largely up to the writers.
You never know, and that might be a direction the writers or producers would like to take, she said. “It’s possible,” I said. But perhaps if he put a little more meat on and weren’t quite so adorable and delicate like a bird!
Since pulling the trigger and killing Al that fateful day, Kyle has had to deal with the fallout from both knowing that he killed someone and the fact that his father, Cain (Jeff Hordley), is now behind bars. By maintaining the fiction that Cain killed Al, Moira, Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson), Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb), and Matty (Ash Palmisciano) have been attempting to keep Kyle safe.
Kyle’s mental health is suffering, as Natalie revealed. ‘ Is he really having trouble? Because his dad is in jail and he has to keep this major secret, he finds it to be incredibly upsetting. He also wets the bed.
He simply wants to tell the truth, and because we have always taught him to do so, he is sort of defying his own better judgment. He is unable to handle what he has done.
Early in the narrative, there was discussion of sending Kyle to therapy to help him deal with his trauma, but Cain vehemently resisted the notion because he was concerned about what may happen if Kyle opened up to a stranger. Natalie believes they were left with no choice.
She informed us, “They worry about his going to counseling in case he spoke the truth, which he then did.”
Natalie stated that this is the time at which the family would make sure Kyle had the psychiatric support he requires. Caleb (William Ash) comes up with a strategy to help both Cain and Kyle, which entails Kyle confessing the truth.
After all is revealed, I am certain that they will act in his best interests. If all goes according to plan, I believe they would check on his psychological well-being following because killing someone is a significant event. Whether or not you intend to,