Vinny Dingle and his wife Liv Flaherty were given some happiness on the ITV soap earlier this week when they married without any drama. Could this, however, have been a brief respite before tragedy struck?
Vinny (Bradley Johnson) and Liv (Isobel Steele) have had a lot of heartbreak in the Emmerdale village, and they finally decided that getting married would be their chance for a fresh start. Their families are unaware that they have married because they wanted to have one day to themselves, and they will have to keep a strong poker face in the coming days on the ITV soap. Unfortunately, they may not realize that Vinny doesn’t have much time left, as there has been concern that the newlywed couple’s happiness will not last.
Vinny has been put in several life-or-death situations since arriving in the village in 2019, all of which would have killed him.
In addition to being abused and abandoned by his own father, Paul Ashdale (Reece Dinsdale), the youngster was kidnapped and held captive by Meena Jutla (Paige Sandhu) earlier this year.
Although there appeared to be no trauma to the young man, a head injury may have been worsening for the past few weeks.
A bleed on the brain could have been slowly draining away, and even Vinny may not have realized the extent of the serial killer’s devastation.
As a result, if he dies within the next few weeks, it may come as a shock to everyone that something was wrong with him.
This would be Vinny Meena’s fourth victim in the village, adding to the list of homicides for which she has been charged.
Liv would be devastated to learn that her husband of only a few days had been taken from her in the cruelest of ways.
It could happen when Vinny and Liv finally tell their family they married in secret because they didn’t want their drama to ruin their big day.
As Mandy Dingle (Lisa Riley) loses her cool over the secrecy, her outburst may come at the worst possible time when her son collapses in front of her.
Liv would blame the iconic character for her husband’s death and may relapse into alcoholism, ushering in a new chapter in the troubled villager’s life.
Taking to Twitter, many fans are hoping something bad doesn’t happen to the pair but they can’t help but think tragedy is on the horizon.
Wini posted on the social media platform after this week’s episodes: “Why is Vinny in such a rush to get married to Liv? Making me nervous #Emmerdale.”
“Loved it. Don’t ruin it #emmerdale @emmerdale,” Marky posted, with DingleBoyd writing: “They’re so precious, now let them have happiness please.”
Marcus shared: “Made up for Liv and Vinny, it was the only way to have a wedding without trouble.”
Whilst Chris remarked: “Thank goodness for a happy storyline. Please don’t spoil it! Liv looked absolutely beautiful.”
The writers may have rushed the wedding in order for the couple to have a brief moment of happiness before the heartbreaking twist.
The calm before the storm could have been a foreshadowing of Vinny’s death, with fans pleading with the creative team not to ruin the couple.
The actors who play Vinny and Liv, Bradley and Isobel, respectively, have discussed their reactions to their characters getting married in interviews with Express.co.uk and other media.
Bradley stated, ” “It’s fantastic. They’ve already broken up three times! But I’m overjoyed because now that they’ve committed, we can delve deeper into their relationship, see what goes on behind closed doors, and portray a young couple married and living together.”
Isobel went on to say: “There isn’t another married young couple in the show. The audience enjoys it, and the writers clearly enjoy writing it.
“We enjoy playing it, and a little happiness would be nice. We hope that the audience is as enamored with the characters as they are with the traditional Dingle couples.
“We try to make it as approachable and inviting as possible for the audience so they can relate to it and support it.”
But whether they’d want their characters to recreate the big day just for their families is a different matter entirely.
Bradley explained: “When I first read it, I really wanted a big Dingle wedding.”
He continued, “I thought if my character ever got married, they should get the Dingle welly out and throw a big party.”
“However, I think it’s very romantic that they’re going off on their own to do it.” Although a big Dingle wedding would have been fantastic!”
“I would have loved a big Dingle wedding,” Isobel explained, “but sometimes the romance between the characters gets lost when it’s a big wedding.”
There could be up to 30 cast members, it’s hectic, and there are probably ten other stories running concurrently.”
“It was nice when Robron had a small, private wedding and then followed it up with a big wedding.” The dialogue is right on the money with the characters, and it’s quite unique and personal.”
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