A new Emmerdale spoiler video reveals that Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland), who just brought baby Reuben into the world, will shortly experience sorrow when she discovers him to be dangerously unwell tonight.
Victoria (Isabel Hodgins), who is worried that Chloe is going without notifying anybody, stops her in her tracks as she is about to board an aircraft and fly to Aberdeen with her newborn boy.
Chloe’s decision was described by actress Jessie Elland, who said:
At this time, she is quite certain that this is the course of action she will pursue. She may not necessarily want to do it, but she’s pushing herself to because she really believes it’s the proper thing to do. She is quite certain that it will go place.
Victoria is especially upset to learn that Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson), who is expected back in the village later that day after a course, is not even aware of her plans to depart.
Victoria cannot see how Chloe can claim that this is the best course of action.
While viewers are aware that Chloe is relocating to avoid Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb), Victoria and the majority of the Village are unaware of this.
Despite the fact that Mack is the father of Chloe’s child, Chloe is determined not to interfere with Mack’s happy marriage to Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins).
Victoria attempts to understand why Chloe is so eager to go, but when the new mother checks on baby Reuben, she is terrified.
She alerts Victoria to the fact that he is burning up in a frenzy.
Victoria attempts to reassure her by stating that newborns often have high body temperatures, but Chloe isn’t persuaded.
Chloe is ‘terrified’ of losing Reuben, according to Jessie.
She had gone through a lot with her family and friends, so one of the reasons she wanted to carry the pregnancy to term and give birth to Reuben was that this was her opportunity to start a family of her own and to have someone who would always be there for her.
She lost her whole world when he was born, and losing that would be terrible for her. As a result, she is utterly afraid.