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Emmerdale spoiler: Will worries for Dawn over engagement to Billy as Meena’s anger grows

After getting engaged to Billy Fletcher, Dawn Taylor of Emmerdale could be at the top of Meena Jutla’s kill list next month.

According to new ITV teasers, Billy will propose to Dawn (Olivia Bromley) on December 31, despite the fact that he has plainly discarded Meena.

Dawn’s father, Will Taylor (Dean Andrews), is concerned that the engagement was fast and that Dawn is rushing back into a relationship with Billy in the first week of January 2022. (Jay Kontzle).

Dawn, on the other hand, assures him that she loves Billy and that he makes her feel protected – but is this a significant blunder?

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Since David Metcalfe (Matthew Wolfenden) dumped her, Billy has had something of a fling with nasty nurse Meena (Paige Sandhu), but no one knows she’s a murderer.

ITV released a new teaser clip for what’s to come earlier this week, and it appears that there will be another fatality.

Following a massive fire in the community, the short clip shows at least one person laying motionless in the rubble – but their identification is unknown.

Meena Sharma appears to be targeting her own sister Manpreet Sharma in the trailer, as her sibling appears to be rumbling her deadly antics.
The preview doesn’t say much, but Manpreet informs her sister that she understands how “dangerous” she is.

Will Meena be left to prove her claims if she responds that she has no knowledge the real magnitude of her behavior?

When Manpreet discovers her sister trying to plant drugs on Dawn in order to harm her prospects of marrying Billy in the future, she becomes skeptical of her.

Will Meena go so far as to assassinate her own sister? Or will she simply make sure Dawn isn’t in the picture?

Emmerdale airs on ITV weeknights at 7 p.m., with an extra episode on Thursdays at 8 p.m.

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