Emmerdale’s Charity Dingle and Mackenzie Boyd’s (Emma Atkins and Lawrence Robb) wedding day doesn’t get off to the greatest of starts as they both end themselves imprisoned in a police cell.
It turns out that being emotional in public before your wedding isn’t the greatest choice, particularly if there are witnesses around.
They are sitting in the back of the van having a little fun when Swirling, who was driving by, pulls over and knocks on the van. Emma Atkins, an actress, explained.
He asks, “Have you any idea who this van belongs to?” while their wigs are all out of place, their faces are covered in makeup, and Mackenzie’s mouth is covered in lipstick. They have hired it for a few days, according to her, and it is a rental.
“There’s no insurance.” “What?” Horror, shock. “Do you want to come down to the station?” he asks. and she responds, “No way, I’m getting married tomorrow.” As a result, they are detained since, in Swirling’s opinion, they are in possession of a stolen automobile.
Charity and Mack are eagerly waiting to be freed as the community begins to prepare for the wedding, and they are left to worry whether they will even make it to the church in time.
They are ultimately imprisoned for 24 hours. Of course, they should be being married at the church at that time.
There is practically blood coming out of Charity’s ears in this cell as she yells to Mackenzie across the wall, “There is no way that we can be kept here for much longer because we’ll miss the wedding.”
“Then, the next 24 hours will be crucial in determining how they escape from there.”
The two are sulking in their cells and are both ignorant that Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) has gone into labour and will soon give birth to Mack’s child.
Will the wedding be possible to proceed now that both parties are in jail, or was it doomed from the beginning?
Will Mack choose the infant or Charity if they do manage to escape in time?