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Emmerdale legend Chas Dingle for affair with Thomas King as history repeats itself?

 

Chas Dingle, of Emmerdale, has been struggling since losing The Woolpack pub, but the return of Thomas King, a former villager turned heartthrob, could put a spring in her step if she falls for him like she did with his father.

On Emmerdale, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and her husband Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) haven’t always had the best of relationships, but they’ve recently been getting along better than they have in years. They have been devastated by the loss of the pub, and in upcoming scenes on the ITV soap, they will learn who has purchased the run-down premises. However, just as her life appears to be falling apart, the former landlady of The Woolpack may get a taste of the past when Thomas (Mark Flanagan) returns to the village almost ten years after his last appearance. Because the youngster appears to be more mature and resembles his father, Carl King (Tom Lister), Chas may find herself drawn to him and jeopardize her marriage as she explores her chemistry with her former stepson.

Carl had an on-again, off-again relationship with Chas during his eight-year stay in the village, as the two were constantly restarting and ending their relationship.

The former pub landlady formed a bond with his two young children, Thomas and Anya King, during her time with him (Lauren Sheriston).

She became a mother figure to the two, but when their father was murdered in 2012, they blamed her for the death of the love rat.

Chas believed she had killed her former lover until it was revealed during the show’s 40th anniversary episode that Cameron Murray (Dominic Powers) had silenced him.

Thomas eventually left the Dales to live with his birth mother in Saudi Arabia after stalking Chas for months and making her life a living hell.

Thomas hasn’t been seen or heard from since, but at 25 years old, he may be ready to return to the village and apologize to his stepmother for how he treated her.

Chas may be hesitant to see Thomas at first, but once she sees how repentant he is, her barriers may crumble.

She could take some time to catch up with the young heartthrob about what he’s been up to if she’s feeling overwhelmed with everything going on in her life.

Before Thomas reveals that he will be staying in the village a little longer, the two could laugh and cry the day away reminiscing about the good old days.

He could have given the landlady some much-needed fresh air, and she could have been grateful he was willing to be a distraction from her problems.

She may begin acting strangely around her husband Paddy when she returns home, as she is more interested in messaging Thomas about another catchup.

This could be the start of the beloved couple’s downward spiral, as Chas prefers to spend time with the man who reminds her of Carl.

Carl was always the man the stalwart couldn’t resist, even though she is now married to Paddy and they have two children together.

She may end up pursuing Thomas herself as she sneaks away to see him more frequently in order to reclaim her old self.

Chas has previously been tempted to cheat on her husband but has never done so, so Thomas’ return could indicate that she is willing to betray her other half.

 

Lucy, who plays Chas, has opened up about her character’s relationships and how Carl has always been someone she can’t get out of her mind.

“She’s mellowed an awful lot,” the soap star said in an interview. It used to be that if you looked at her in the wrong way, she’d leap over the bar and attack you!

“However, for the first time in a long time, she’s found someone who is completely normal.”

“However, I still find her fascinating because she is always doing something unexpected.” Paddy has to be her life’s love, and they’ve been through a lot together.

“He’s dependable and there’s no danger. But there’s part of Chas still burning in there that likes a bit of danger and a bit of dodginess, which is what she got from Carl King.”

“They [Paddy and Carl] are polar opposites,” Lucy continued. One provides her with excitement, while the other provides her with stability and unconditional love.

She told Inside Soap, “If you could just combine them together, it would be perfect,” and Thomas could be the perfect match.

Jane Hudson, the show’s executive producer, recently spoke with Express.co.uk and other media outlets about the show’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

The show’s executive producer stated that she hoped to see some familiar faces return to the village, which would be a complete surprise to viewers.

She said: “We’re going to be having a golden month of celebration to mark our 50th.”

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Chas Dingle, of Emmerdale, has been struggling since losing The Woolpack pub, but the return of Thomas King, a former villager turned heartthrob, could put a spring in her step if she falls for him like she did with his father.

On Emmerdale, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and her husband Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) haven’t always had the best of relationships, but they’ve recently been getting along better than they have in years. They have been devastated by the loss of the pub, and in upcoming scenes on the ITV soap, they will learn who has purchased the run-down premises. However, just as her life appears to be falling apart, the former landlady of The Woolpack may get a taste of the past when Thomas (Mark Flanagan) returns to the village almost ten years after his last appearance. Because the youngster appears to be more mature and resembles his father, Carl King (Tom Lister), Chas may find herself drawn to him and jeopardize her marriage as she explores her chemistry with her former stepson.

Carl had an on-again, off-again relationship with Chas during his eight-year stay in the village, as the two were constantly restarting and ending their relationship.

The former pub landlady formed a bond with his two young children, Thomas and Anya King, during her time with him (Lauren Sheriston).

She became a mother figure to the two, but when their father was murdered in 2012, they blamed her for the death of the love rat.

Chas believed she had killed her former lover until it was revealed during the show’s 40th anniversary episode that Cameron Murray (Dominic Powers) had silenced him.

Thomas eventually left the Dales to live with his birth mother in Saudi Arabia after stalking Chas for months and making her life a living hell.

Thomas hasn’t been seen or heard from since, but at 25 years old, he may be ready to return to the village and apologize to his stepmother for how he treated her.

Chas may be hesitant to see Thomas at first, but once she sees how repentant he is, her barriers may crumble.

She could take some time to catch up with the young heartthrob about what he’s been up to if she’s feeling overwhelmed with everything going on in her life.

Before Thomas reveals that he will be staying in the village a little longer, the two could laugh and cry the day away reminiscing about the good old days.

He could have given the landlady some much-needed fresh air, and she could have been grateful he was willing to be a distraction from her problems.

She may begin acting strangely around her husband Paddy when she returns home, as she is more interested in messaging Thomas about another catchup.

This could be the start of the beloved couple’s downward spiral, as Chas prefers to spend time with the man who reminds her of Carl.

Carl was always the man the stalwart couldn’t resist, even though she is now married to Paddy and they have two children together.

She may end up pursuing Thomas herself as she sneaks away to see him more frequently in order to reclaim her old self.

Chas has previously been tempted to cheat on her husband but has never done so, so Thomas’ return could indicate that she is willing to betray her other half.

 

Lucy, who plays Chas, has opened up about her character’s relationships and how Carl has always been someone she can’t get out of her mind.

“She’s mellowed an awful lot,” the soap star said in an interview. It used to be that if you looked at her in the wrong way, she’d leap over the bar and attack you!

“However, for the first time in a long time, she’s found someone who is completely normal.”

“However, I still find her fascinating because she is always doing something unexpected.” Paddy has to be her life’s love, and they’ve been through a lot together.

“He’s dependable and there’s no danger. But there’s part of Chas still burning in there that likes a bit of danger and a bit of dodginess, which is what she got from Carl King.”

“They [Paddy and Carl] are polar opposites,” Lucy continued. One provides her with excitement, while the other provides her with stability and unconditional love.

She told Inside Soap, “If you could just combine them together, it would be perfect,” and Thomas could be the perfect match.

Jane Hudson, the show’s executive producer, recently spoke with Express.co.uk and other media outlets about the show’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

The show’s executive producer stated that she hoped to see some familiar faces return to the village, which would be a complete surprise to viewers.

She said: “We’re going to be having a golden month of celebration to mark our 50th.”

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Chas Dingle, of Emmerdale, has been struggling since losing The Woolpack pub, but the return of Thomas King, a former villager turned heartthrob, could put a spring in her step if she falls for him like she did with his father.

On Emmerdale, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and her husband Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) haven’t always had the best of relationships, but they’ve recently been getting along better than they have in years. They have been devastated by the loss of the pub, and in upcoming scenes on the ITV soap, they will learn who has purchased the run-down premises. However, just as her life appears to be falling apart, the former landlady of The Woolpack may get a taste of the past when Thomas (Mark Flanagan) returns to the village almost ten years after his last appearance. Because the youngster appears to be more mature and resembles his father, Carl King (Tom Lister), Chas may find herself drawn to him and jeopardize her marriage as she explores her chemistry with her former stepson.

Carl had an on-again, off-again relationship with Chas during his eight-year stay in the village, as the two were constantly restarting and ending their relationship.

The former pub landlady formed a bond with his two young children, Thomas and Anya King, during her time with him (Lauren Sheriston).

She became a mother figure to the two, but when their father was murdered in 2012, they blamed her for the death of the love rat.

Chas believed she had killed her former lover until it was revealed during the show’s 40th anniversary episode that Cameron Murray (Dominic Powers) had silenced him.

Thomas eventually left the Dales to live with his birth mother in Saudi Arabia after stalking Chas for months and making her life a living hell.

Thomas hasn’t been seen or heard from since, but at 25 years old, he may be ready to return to the village and apologize to his stepmother for how he treated her.

Chas may be hesitant to see Thomas at first, but once she sees how repentant he is, her barriers may crumble.

She could take some time to catch up with the young heartthrob about what he’s been up to if she’s feeling overwhelmed with everything going on in her life.

Before Thomas reveals that he will be staying in the village a little longer, the two could laugh and cry the day away reminiscing about the good old days.

He could have given the landlady some much-needed fresh air, and she could have been grateful he was willing to be a distraction from her problems.

She may begin acting strangely around her husband Paddy when she returns home, as she is more interested in messaging Thomas about another catchup.

This could be the start of the beloved couple’s downward spiral, as Chas prefers to spend time with the man who reminds her of Carl.

Carl was always the man the stalwart couldn’t resist, even though she is now married to Paddy and they have two children together.

She may end up pursuing Thomas herself as she sneaks away to see him more frequently in order to reclaim her old self.

Chas has previously been tempted to cheat on her husband but has never done so, so Thomas’ return could indicate that she is willing to betray her other half.

 

Lucy, who plays Chas, has opened up about her character’s relationships and how Carl has always been someone she can’t get out of her mind.

“She’s mellowed an awful lot,” the soap star said in an interview. It used to be that if you looked at her in the wrong way, she’d leap over the bar and attack you!

“However, for the first time in a long time, she’s found someone who is completely normal.”

“However, I still find her fascinating because she is always doing something unexpected.” Paddy has to be her life’s love, and they’ve been through a lot together.

“He’s dependable and there’s no danger. But there’s part of Chas still burning in there that likes a bit of danger and a bit of dodginess, which is what she got from Carl King.”

“They [Paddy and Carl] are polar opposites,” Lucy continued. One provides her with excitement, while the other provides her with stability and unconditional love.

She told Inside Soap, “If you could just combine them together, it would be perfect,” and Thomas could be the perfect match.

Jane Hudson, the show’s executive producer, recently spoke with Express.co.uk and other media outlets about the show’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

The show’s executive producer stated that she hoped to see some familiar faces return to the village, which would be a complete surprise to viewers.

She said: “We’re going to be having a golden month of celebration to mark our 50th.”

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