Holby City's Rosie Marcel: 'Something dramatic is coming up for Jac Naylor!'

Rosie Marcel plays Jac Naylor in Holby City
(Image credit: BBC)

When Jac Naylor gets some shock news from Jonny's new wife Stacey, this week, she fears she's losing her grip, as Rosie Marcel reveals…

It's Halloween at Holby City and formidable surgeon Jac Naylor is as fearsome as ever. But the shock's on her when Jonny's new wife Stacey reveals he’s been offered a new job – in Edinburgh!

Convinced Jonny will try and talk their young daughter Emma (Darcey Burke) into going with them, the usually no-nonsense Jac (Rosie Marcel) fears she’s losing control and suffers a massive panic attack!

Emily Bowker plays Stacey Clarkson in Holby City

Smiling Stacey (Emily Bowker) stuns Jac when she reveals Jonny's considering a move to Edinburgh!

Jac knows she needs to pull herself together, so when fellow medic Kian Madani's (Ramin Karimloo) old flame Bea returns to Holby with heart complications and he ignores Jac's advice regarding her treatment, Jac tries to reclaim her position as Darwin's top dog by demanding he resign as clinical lead!

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Later, however, Stacey drops another bombshell on Jac when she reveals that Jonny wants custody of Emma! Is fragile Jac ready to fight?

DARCEY BURKE plays Emma Naylor in Holby City

Is little Emma (Darcey Burke) about to be caught in a tug-of-war between Jac and Jonny?

"Jac's life is in chaos at the moment," says Rosie Marcel, who plays her. "I don't think she's dealt very well with everything that's happened in the last few years, from the death of her sister to all her surgeries. I feel something dramatic is coming up for her."

Holby City continues Tuesdays at 8pm on BBC1.

Victoria Wilson
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