In Emmerdale, tensions are high as Charity (Emma Atkins) prepares to make Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) the happiest man in the Dales and Mack (Lawrence Robb) prepares to keep attempting to deny he is the father of Chloe (Jessie Elland)’s child.
Mack asks Moira (Natalie J. Robb) to be his best man, and she immediately gets to work planning the stag and hen parties with the Yorkshire vs. Scotland Highland Games as the theme. Charity is not a fan.
When Chloe tells Mack that she has merely stopped by for a medical check-up before relocating to Scotland permanently, he is alarmed to see her back in the area. While this plan undoubtedly makes his life simpler, he can’t help but feel sad at the idea that he won’t get to meet his child.
When Moira (partially) picks up on this, she asks him whether he’s really sure he wants to marry Charity and give up having children of his own. When Mack informs Charity about this line of questioning, Charity becomes incensed, but Mack assures her that Moira is well off the point.
As a result, there are many conflicts present at the combined stag and hen party, as well as ferrets since no pre-wedding event would be complete without a ferret race. Definitely not one that Moira planned.
Just as Charity is celebrating a victory at the conclusion of the ferret race when she unintentionally runs into Chloe and hurts her.
As Amy (Natalie Ann Jamieson) brings her sister to the hospital for a checkup, Mack hurries to aid Chloe but must be extremely cautious not to seem too worried about her or the baby.
Will Chloe recover from her injury? Will anybody also notice how very concerned Mackenzie is?