Emmerdale spoilers: MORTIFIED! Rhona Goskirk has an awkward encounter

Rhona Goskirk goes clubbing and has one too many in Emmerdale

Rhona Goskirk is left red-faced when she runs into Nate, the man she drunkenly snogged on her wild night at the club

Vet Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) is mortified when she runs into Nate, the man she drunkenly snogged at the ill-fated club night in Hotten.

With her relationship with Pete Barton (Anthony Quinlan) hitting the buffers, and jealous about his friendship with young and glam mechanic Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) feisty Rhona, was out to prove she could still have good time.

Rhona tries to hide her menopause side effects from Pete in Emmerdale

Rhona and Pete together

However Rhona, who has been suffering with the menopause,  massively overdid it on the booze and ended up having a drunken kiss with a man called Nate.

Tonight she's overcome with embarrassment when she and Nate bump into each other  in the pub and the timing couldn't be worse. Rhona is desperate to get things back on track with Pete and was gearing up to beg him for a reconciliation. Will Nate's arrival throw another spanner in the works?

Meanwhile Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) and Robert (Ryan Hawley) make the tough decision that they should put all surrogacy plans on hold so that Robert can be there to support his sister Victoria (Isobel Hodgins) following her horrific recent rape ordeal on the club night.

This is the second episode of Emmerdale on ITV this evening.

Tess Lamacraft
Senior Writer for What's On TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite week, Whattowatch.com

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