Emmerdale spoilers: Dingle family ‘torn apart’ after Chas’ brutal decision over Charity

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Chas Dingle (played by Lucy Pargeter) and Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) are two peas in a pod; close enough they might as well be sisters. But in recent scenes of Emmerdale, the two women have locked horns as Charity struggles to move on with her life after Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) called off their engagement. For Chas, she has tried to be understanding and comfort Chas, but as the Woolpack landlady loses more and more control over her life, Chas has had enough and a row will erupt between the ladies. Is there any chance of reconciliation or is this the start of a new feud in the village? 

The actress who plays Chas spoke to Express.co.uk and other press about her character’s Christmas storyline. 

There are so many rows going on between Chas and Charity – there are loads,” Lucy began. “The fact that she’s firing out control, the fact that kids aren’t the most important things for at the moment, the fact she’s drinking far too much. 

“She’s wallowing in her and Vanessa and not picking up the ball and looking after kids. Noah’s now planning to go to the army. Sarah not engaged in everything that’s going on.And Charity just seems to have all these chats, saying she’s going step up, stop the drinking. 

“And we were doing so many scenes, every time I would  walk on set, and say ‘are we doing this again?’” The actress remarked. 

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“There are so many scenes that are similar because it is constant, Charity is just not getting anywhere. 

“I think Chas just gets to the end of her tether with her. And says ‘I can’t do it anymore. I can’t be the broken record constantly going around’. 

“She just loses it in the end,” Lucy added. 

But is this really the end for Chas and Charity? 

The actress continued: “I don’t think she’ll [Chas] ever completely abandon her [Charity] because she is Charity – it’s Charity and Chas you know, they are kind of the same person but slightly different. 

“And if she [Charity] wants to end up in the gutter, Chas would be the first person to try and help her up again. 

“But that gets to a certain point where she goes, ‘I can’t do anything else, I’ve had enough of her, she’s not pulling away in the pub. I’m doing everything I can, she’s not playing her part. That’s it,’ for the time being.

“I’m sure we’ll get to another point where Chas [offers] the olive branch. 

“I think sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind,” she remarked. 

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Chas is set to marry Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) on Christmas Day, with the former not knowing anything about the plans. 

The village vet decided what better way to display his love for Chas than to organise a surprise wedding. 

And while most of the residents are invited, Charity isn’t, but it won’t be long before she does find out and sets out to destroy Chas’ big day. 

Official soap spoilers have show Charity dressing in funeral attire, intent on gate crashing, but how would Chas react should this happen? 

“I think she [Chas] will go absolutely atomic on her [Charity],” Lucy commented. 

“If it has all been planned, and Paddy’s gone to the effort of doing it, and yet again Charity on a selfish note because she’s been told off by Chas comes in and ruins the whole thing; I think she’ll either knock her out and chuck her out and lock her out of the church and continue with the ceremony. 

“Or bind and gag her in her house and just carry on, and then deal with her at the wedding reception,” she joked. 

Emmerdale airs weekday evenings at 7pm on ITV. 

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