Star of Emmerdale Matthew Wolfenden on David’s passing and the conclusion of his saga

Fans of David Metcalfe in Emmerdale may rejoice as actor Matthew Wolfenden has stated that there won’t be a terrible ending to his leaving.

At the CUREUsher ball, Matthew hinted that David might very well make a future visit to the town in an interview with.

What I can say is that I’m not going to die, which is wonderful! He revealed it to us.

If I don’t pass away, David could return in a few years.

Although Matthew acknowledged that he couldn’t disclose much about David’s departure, he joked that there would be “tears and arguments” as well as the present dynamics with son Jacob (Joe Warren-Plant) and ex Victoria (Isabel Hodgins).

David is about to depart the community (ITV/REX/Shutterstock).

Viewers of Emmerdale recently seen Victoria and Jacob sharing a moment that almost ended in a kiss until David intervened at a vital juncture.

Even if David still thinks Victoria is a good match for him, may heartbreak force him to leave the community?

That bond with Jacob and Victoria is a significant factor in David’s decision to finally leave the community, says Victoria.

Consider us to be highly curious.
At the CUREUsher ball, which was hosted by Emmerdale actors Laura Norton and Mark Jordon, who portrayed Kerry Wyatt and Daz Spencer, respectively, we were fortunate to catch up with Matthew.

Both of Laura and Mark’s children have been identified as having Usher syndrome, a rare disorder that results in hearing loss or deafness as well as retinitis pigmentosa (RP), an eye disease. It occasionally also leads to balance issues.

Mark informed us during the event, “When we originally got the diagnosis, we had no idea about it.” No one in our circle of friends or relatives had; as we’ve discovered, it’s a really uncommon and unusual sickness.

“With CUREUsher, our goal is to bring about that change and spread as much awareness as possible.” We have a platform, and we’ll make every effort.

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