The Dingles will have a vicious fallout in upcoming scenes, teased Cain Dingle, played by Emmerdale actor Jeff Hordley.
Faith Dingle, played by Sally Dexter, has a limited amount of time left because she has terminal cancer. The final plot line for Faith addresses the issue of assisted suicide, according to Emmerdale executives. ITV viewers are aware that Faith has asked Moira Barton (Natalie J. Robb), the wife of her son Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley), to end her suffering, but will the family be torn apart if the truth is revealed?
Faith’s condition has gotten worse recently, and her kids Cain and Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) want her to spend her last days in a hospice.
Recently, Moira agreed to help Faith commit suicide, but she has kept this sinister plan a secret from her husband.
In recent scenes, Moira, who was feeling guilty, tried to persuade Faith not to choose an assisted death before telling her children.
The writers of Emmerdale have been collaborating on this plot with a group called Dignity in Dying, which works to change laws to permit assisted suicide in cases of terminal illness.
Jeff, who plays Cain, spoke exclusively to maiil.online about how his character will handle Faith’s passing despite their troubled past.
“I think it’s going to really hit him hard,” said Jeff. “There’s been a shift in the way he’s accepted the fact that his mother is a human being and maybe be blamed her a lot for walking out on him and Chas.
“I believe he has held onto that for years, and I believe a change has occurred. I believe it will be a big thing for him because of that and losing her.
The actor, 52, teased, “I think we might see a different side to him.
Behind Paddy Kirk’s (Dominic Brunt) back, his sister Chas is having an affair with his arch-nemesis Al Chapman (Michael Wildman).
Since they have been dating in secret for several months, Cain will be incensed when he learns about it.
Could the Dingle family be shattered forever by Faith’s passing and Chas’ affair?
Jeff offered this cryptic response when asked if there would be a major family split: “There could be, he and Chas always do things that seem unforgivable but they always seem to get things back together, albeit temporarily.”
Regarding Chas’ relationship with his adversary, Jeff added: “I believe Al and Cain have been circling one another for a while, and they are most likely doing so due to Covid.
The sensible thing to do was to stay away from him because of Covid, but if he finds out, this will have consequences.
There might be fireworks, but not the kind you see in November, in my opinion.”
When their secrets are revealed, will Chas and Moira find themselves shunned by the other Dingles?
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