Emmerdale spoilers! It's LOLS for pregnant Tracy as squeamish Nate prepares for birth!

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Emmerdale spoilers - Nate Robinson is soon to become a dad – and has a plan to get past his phobia of blood…

Emmerdale's Tracy is cracking up in Monday's episode on ITV from 7pm (see our TV Guide for full listings).

With pregnant Tracy about ready to pop it really is crunch time. But Nate still hasn't got shot of his phobia of blood and guts.

Seeing as the due date is looming, Nate (Jurell Carter) takes drastic measures, much to Tracy's (Amy Walsh) amusement! But will his self-set test work and push him through the pain barrier and come out winning?

Nate sets himself a challenge in Emmerdale

Nate needs to get past his phobia of blood before his pregnant girlfriend Tracy goes into labour!

The Kings are put through hell when Carl goes missing. Jimmy (Nick Miles) recoils in horror when his lad later reappears with his birth mum Juliette  (Amelia Curtis) who says she wants access or she's going to instruct a solicitor to sort it. 

Juliette is secretly watching Jimmy and Nicola in Emmerdale

Juliette, Carl King's birth mum has been spying on the Kings and takes 'her son' without asking parents Jimmy and Nicola

Jimmy insists Juliette keep her distance from his family but little does he know, Carl has got his birth mum's phone number…

Jimmy is determined in Emmerdale

Jimmy tells Juliette to keep away from his son Carl

Over at Mulberry, Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) is worrying about Gabby (Rosie Bentham) who's got pregnant by Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln). In conversation with Jai (Chris Bisson) Laurel admits she's terrified she's going to lose her stepdaughter to the ruthless family up at Home Farm.

Laurel talks to Jai about Gabby's pregnancy and her fear that she will lose her stepdaughter to the ruthless Tates

Laurel talks to Jai about Gabby's pregnancy and her fear that she will lose her stepdaughter to the ruthless Tates (Image credit: ITV)
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