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Star of Emmerdale Nicola Wheeler avoids leaving interview with ominous hint “Out the village”

Nicola Wheeler, who plays Nicola King in the television series EMMERDALE, hinted to Nicola King’s departure during her appearance on Tuesday’s This Morning.

Nicola King from Emmerdale (Nicola Wheeler) was brutally attacked by a bunch of adolescent girls, leaving her bleeding and unconscious. Following the attack, the town councillor was left terrified and is now having difficulty managing her mental health, including a lack of desire to leave the house. On This Morning, actress Nicola Wheeler spoke with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. There, she discussed the terrible plot and hinted at the character’s possible exit.

In recent scenes, Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) and Bernice Blackstock (Samantha Giles) went out looking for new guys to date.

After some time, Nicola made the decision to leave and go home, but when she was returning to the parking lot, she came across a group of teenage girls.

After Nicola informed the girls that she did not have any alcohol for them after they had been drinking, the girls became combative.

The girls surrounded Nicola beside her car and taunted her, calling her a “rancid old tramp.”

She was knocked to the ground after they blocked her way, grabbed her luggage, and searched her handbag.

Before the horrifying events took place, the females gathered around her and started to tease her and hurl her possessions to the ground.

Nicola has been attempting to return to normal since the incident, but she is having trouble leaving her house since she is starting to exhibit symptoms of agoraphobia.

Holly inquired about the plot, “It’s not over, is it? Things are going to become worse for her.”

Nicola verified: “She makes an effort to suppress her feelings, worries, and emotions, but as we saw on television, she eventually develops agoraphobia.

“And then on top of that worst-case scenario monophonic…on top of that which means she doesn’t want to be in the house on her own.”

And for you, as the role and actor, is this a major matter, are you going to get to spend more time with your family? Phil pressed further.

Nicola spoke awkwardly and laughed: “I can’t promise you a good plot, but it will be good! I can assure you that future events do occur.

“Just when you think this tale may have come to an end, something else happens, and since this year marks our 50th anniversary, perhaps something else will occur.

“I don’t know what they haven’t written it yet,” I said, “but it might mean she can’t spend time in the village any more.”

Holly gave Phil the thumbs up after being impressed with the information he extracted from Nicola, saying, “Well done, you did really well there.”

I’ll probably be in serious trouble, and Sharon Marshall will text me, asking, “What the heck are you doing?” Phil joked.

Nicola also disclosed that a stunt double was used to portray her in the battle sequences with the gang of girls because she had a hip replacement.

“I took a few months off after getting a hip replacement to recover, and they told me this tale.

“They said, ‘We’re going to bring you back and beat you up, is that ok?’

“I said, ‘Fine, but I can’t throw myself on the floor, so the stunt double did anything really physical because I was still healing.”

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Nicola Wheeler, who plays Nicola King in the television series EMMERDALE, hinted to Nicola King’s departure during her appearance on Tuesday’s This Morning.

Nicola King from Emmerdale (Nicola Wheeler) was brutally attacked by a bunch of adolescent girls, leaving her bleeding and unconscious. Following the attack, the town councillor was left terrified and is now having difficulty managing her mental health, including a lack of desire to leave the house. On This Morning, actress Nicola Wheeler spoke with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. There, she discussed the terrible plot and hinted at the character’s possible exit.

In recent scenes, Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) and Bernice Blackstock (Samantha Giles) went out looking for new guys to date.

After some time, Nicola made the decision to leave and go home, but when she was returning to the parking lot, she came across a group of teenage girls.

After Nicola informed the girls that she did not have any alcohol for them after they had been drinking, the girls became combative.

The girls surrounded Nicola beside her car and taunted her, calling her a “rancid old tramp.”

She was knocked to the ground after they blocked her way, grabbed her luggage, and searched her handbag.

Before the horrifying events took place, the females gathered around her and started to tease her and hurl her possessions to the ground.

Nicola has been attempting to return to normal since the incident, but she is having trouble leaving her house since she is starting to exhibit symptoms of agoraphobia.

Holly inquired about the plot, “It’s not over, is it? Things are going to become worse for her.”

Nicola verified: “She makes an effort to suppress her feelings, worries, and emotions, but as we saw on television, she eventually develops agoraphobia.

“And then on top of that worst-case scenario monophonic…on top of that which means she doesn’t want to be in the house on her own.”

And for you, as the role and actor, is this a major matter, are you going to get to spend more time with your family? Phil pressed further.

Nicola spoke awkwardly and laughed: “I can’t promise you a good plot, but it will be good! I can assure you that future events do occur.

“Just when you think this tale may have come to an end, something else happens, and since this year marks our 50th anniversary, perhaps something else will occur.

“I don’t know what they haven’t written it yet,” I said, “but it might mean she can’t spend time in the village any more.”

Holly gave Phil the thumbs up after being impressed with the information he extracted from Nicola, saying, “Well done, you did really well there.”

I’ll probably be in serious trouble, and Sharon Marshall will text me, asking, “What the heck are you doing?” Phil joked.

Nicola also disclosed that a stunt double was used to portray her in the battle sequences with the gang of girls because she had a hip replacement.

“I took a few months off after getting a hip replacement to recover, and they told me this tale.

“They said, ‘We’re going to bring you back and beat you up, is that ok?’

“I said, ‘Fine, but I can’t throw myself on the floor, so the stunt double did anything really physical because I was still healing.”

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Nicola Wheeler, who plays Nicola King in the television series EMMERDALE, hinted to Nicola King’s departure during her appearance on Tuesday’s This Morning.

Nicola King from Emmerdale (Nicola Wheeler) was brutally attacked by a bunch of adolescent girls, leaving her bleeding and unconscious. Following the attack, the town councillor was left terrified and is now having difficulty managing her mental health, including a lack of desire to leave the house. On This Morning, actress Nicola Wheeler spoke with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. There, she discussed the terrible plot and hinted at the character’s possible exit.

In recent scenes, Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) and Bernice Blackstock (Samantha Giles) went out looking for new guys to date.

After some time, Nicola made the decision to leave and go home, but when she was returning to the parking lot, she came across a group of teenage girls.

After Nicola informed the girls that she did not have any alcohol for them after they had been drinking, the girls became combative.

The girls surrounded Nicola beside her car and taunted her, calling her a “rancid old tramp.”

She was knocked to the ground after they blocked her way, grabbed her luggage, and searched her handbag.

Before the horrifying events took place, the females gathered around her and started to tease her and hurl her possessions to the ground.

Nicola has been attempting to return to normal since the incident, but she is having trouble leaving her house since she is starting to exhibit symptoms of agoraphobia.

Holly inquired about the plot, “It’s not over, is it? Things are going to become worse for her.”

Nicola verified: “She makes an effort to suppress her feelings, worries, and emotions, but as we saw on television, she eventually develops agoraphobia.

“And then on top of that worst-case scenario monophonic…on top of that which means she doesn’t want to be in the house on her own.”

And for you, as the role and actor, is this a major matter, are you going to get to spend more time with your family? Phil pressed further.

Nicola spoke awkwardly and laughed: “I can’t promise you a good plot, but it will be good! I can assure you that future events do occur.

“Just when you think this tale may have come to an end, something else happens, and since this year marks our 50th anniversary, perhaps something else will occur.

“I don’t know what they haven’t written it yet,” I said, “but it might mean she can’t spend time in the village any more.”

Holly gave Phil the thumbs up after being impressed with the information he extracted from Nicola, saying, “Well done, you did really well there.”

I’ll probably be in serious trouble, and Sharon Marshall will text me, asking, “What the heck are you doing?” Phil joked.

Nicola also disclosed that a stunt double was used to portray her in the battle sequences with the gang of girls because she had a hip replacement.

“I took a few months off after getting a hip replacement to recover, and they told me this tale.

“They said, ‘We’re going to bring you back and beat you up, is that ok?’

“I said, ‘Fine, but I can’t throw myself on the floor, so the stunt double did anything really physical because I was still healing.”

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