Next week on Emmerdale, Amelia Spencer (Daisy Campbell) confides in Noah Dingle (Jack Downham) that she worries that if something happened to her, Esther would be left with Samson (Sam Hall).
In following scenes, the adolescent discovers a lump on her breast and is subsequently sent to the breast clinic by Manpreet Sharma (Rebecca Sarker), who is motivated to help newborn daughter Esther in any way she can.
Although she had asked Noah to remain away after their breakup, Noah decides not to approach the distraught Amelia as she sobs.
But things are about to change. Scenes from the next episode will show Amelia opening out to Noah about what she’s going through. Noah will provide support as he works to persuade her that her lump is probably not malignant.
Amelia, though, admits she finds it difficult to overcome her anxieties and worries Esther would be left with Samson if anything happened to her.
As viewers are aware, Esther’s father is Samson.
Yet, the teenager has shown little interest in his daughter and has even used her as a threat to force Noah to pay over money from his trust fund in return for keeping his distance from her.
Last month, the truth was revealed, leaving Samson to face the wrath of his loved ones while Amelia rejected Noah, who has made it plain that he was only acting in the best interests of the relationship.
While waiting for Noah to reveal the truth about Amelia’s lump, Lydia (Karen Blick) questions him and learns more about Samson’s treatment of her after he made the finding.
Lydia, who is devastated, confronts Samson and lashes out at him for how he handled the situation. Sam (James Hooton), however, is understanding since he is aware that Amelia’s revelation has caused Samson to experience emotions related to the passing of his own mother, Alice, who passed away from cancer in 2006.
Samson then expresses his concerns for Esther but also that he still isn’t able to be her father, leaving Sam resolved to stand by his son.
Amelia’s admission that she has missed him and would want to rekindle their relationship makes Noah happy. The happy couple kisses, but Samson confronts them the next day and demands an apology for his actions.
Will Samson finally be able to be honest about what has caused him to act in such an abhorrent way? Amelia, on the other hand, is not in the mood for his comments and makes it very apparent that she just does not have the energy to listen to him out.
Or will the mystery of his sudden personality change stay unsolved?