Emma Atkins is unsure where Emmerdale can take Charity as she falls furtherFebruary 7, 2021
Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) has been through a lot in Emmerdale over the years, and it appears as if there’s more heartache ahead
The soap icon has made many a grave error in the past, and chosen the wrong path numerous times.
When happiness is within touching distance, she seems to hit the self-destruct button, and that was perhaps never more apparent than it was last year.
After settling down with love of her life Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) — and having successfully done the impossible in tracking down Kirin Koetcha (Rish Shah) in order to finalise Johnny’s adoption — Charity endangered everything by kissing Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb).
‘I think it’s obvious that she finally found someone she could open up to and trust.’ Emma Atkins told Metro.co.uk. ‘It wasn’t about financial game – she felt money could buy her happiness but Vanessa was the proof that that isn’t the case.
In Charity’s case, her happiness has eluded her once more, and as a result, she’s been on a path of no return — a downward spiral, if you will.
Emma said: ‘Happiness is as simple as loving someone and being loved back. She started seeing that and believed it but she messed up with Mack and that was the start of a downward spiral.
‘Knowing Charity as well as I do, there’s probably further to fall.’
Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) tries to take advantage of Charity’s vulnerability in the coming episodes — evidently trying to find out what Debbie Dingle’s (Charley Webb) revenge plan entails.
‘She will want vengeance on Al so that adds a dimension of revenge,’ Emma added.
‘I always think, has she done anything worse than this? I don’t know where this can take her. Is it redeemable? I am sure it must turn around some time.’
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