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Emmerdale spoilers: Chas Dingle and Al Chapman's relationship gets STRONGER

Emmerdale Chas Dingle and Paddy
Chas gets a secret message from secret fling, Al. (Image credit: ITV)

Emmerdale's Chas Dingle and Al Chapman's relationship seems to be getting stronger in Friday's episode (ITV, 7.30 pm see our TV Guide for full listings).

Chas' grief over her mum Faith's secondary cancer diagnosis has pushed her into the arms of Al and what started out as a brief fling seems to be transforming into much more.

In previous episodes, Al admitted to having feelings for Chas, but she soon denied having any feelings for him.

Now that Faith has made the decision to stop her treatment, it's not long before Chas is running back to Al behind her husband Paddy Kirk's back.

After bonding during an emotional night with her brother Cain, an excited Chas receives a message from Al and soon confirms the details of their secret meet-up.

In a classic case of what appears to be enemies into lovers, a relationship starts to build. Will their affair be exposed anytime soon?

Emmerdale Liv and Sandra

Liv Flaherty is stunned when her mum Sandra shows up. (Image credit: ITV)

Meanwhile, Liv Flaherty is stunned when her mum Sandra shows up seemingly wanting help with her drinking.

However, with Liv struggling with alcohol issues in the past, is she the best person to help her mum with her alcoholism? And is Sandra really needing her help or has she got an ulterior motive?

Emmerdale Liv and Sandra

Will Liv be pleased to see her mum?  (Image credit: ITV)

Sandra fled the village in 2021 after relapsing and soon realised that she couldn't look after Liv after she had a seizure when Liv went to visit her in Wales.

Emmerdale continues weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV.

  • Rhona Goskirk - Zoe Henry 
  • Paddy Kirk - Dominic Brunt 
  • Kim Tate - Claire King 
  • Harriet Finch - Katherine Dow Blyton 
  • Eric Pollard - Chris Chittell 
  • Bear Wolf - Joshua Richards 
  • Jai Sharma - Chris Bisson 
  • Rishi Sharma - Bhasker Patel 
  • Priya Kotecha - Fiona Wade 
  • Jacob Gallagher - Joe-Warren Plant 
  • Wendy Posner - Susan Cookson 
  • Bob Hope - Tony Audenshaw 
  • Amy Wyatt - Natalie Ann Jamieson 
  • Liam Cavanagh - Jonny McPherson 
  • Leyla Cavanagh - Roxy Shahidi
  • Rodney Blackstock - Patrick Mower 
  • Brenda Walker - Lesley Dunlop 
  • Matty Barton- Ash Palmisciano
  • Amelia Spencer - Daisy Campbell 
  • Dan Spencer - Liam Fox 
  • April Windsor - Amelia Flanagan 
  • Nate Robinson - Jurrell Carter 
  • Dawn Fletcher - Olivia Bromley 
  • Manpreet Jutla - Rebecca Sarker 
  • Ryan Stocks - James Moore
  • Billy Fletcher - Jay Kontzle 
  • Will Taylor - Dean Andrews 
  • Mackenzie Barton - Lawrence Robb 
  • Bernice Blackstock - Sam Giles
  • Marlon Dingle - Mark Charnock
  • Zak Dingle - Steve Halliwell
  • Mandy Dingle - Lisa Riley
  • Vinny Dingle - Bradley Johnson
  • Liv Dingle - Isobel Steele
  • Cain Dingle - Jeff Hordley
  • Moira Dingle - Natalie J Robb
  • Chas Dingle - Lucy Pargeter
  • Belle Dingle - Eden Taylor-Draper
  • Charity Dingle - Emma Atkins
  • Sam Dingle - James Hooten
  • Lydia Dingle - Karen Blick 
  • Noah Dingle - Jack Downham
  • Samson Dingle - Sam Hall
Grace Morris
Grace Morris

Grace is a digital writer with WhatToWatch.com, where she writes series guides for must-watch shows and the latest TV news. She graduated from Anglia Ruskin University in 2020 with a degree in Writing and Film Studies, which only made her love for creative writing, film and TV grow stronger.


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