In a new Emmerdale spoiler video, Dawn Fletcher (Olivia Bromley) is about to narrowly avoid giving birth on Christmas Day.
Earlier this year, Dawn discovered she was pregnant. When Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) broke the news to Clemmie, who was shocked and fled, it worried the family.
She was fortunately located and quickly warmed up to the notion of having a younger brother or sister.
Dawn brings Clemmie to the village hall in the latest video, where the Christmas market is getting ready. The entire hamlet is decorated, and Clemmie is overjoyed to see Claudette Anderson (Flo Wilson) with a dish of mince pies in her hand.
When Dawn finds out that Clemmie was overly eager for breakfast, Claudette takes her outside to eat it out of the project manager Nicola King’s (Nicola Wheeler) inquisitive eyes.
At that moment, Dawn begins to have stomach ache, which worries Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh). Unaware that Dawn is in the early stages of labor and that her contractions have started, Tracy pushes her to sit down.
Actress Olivia Bromley disclosed that Dawn isn’t having the labor she had anticipated as things go along.
Dawn had a very traumatic experience when she was pregnant due to her heroin addiction, and her baby was taken away from her. Based on this, I believe that Dawn is trying to do things completely differently this time around and is feeling a lot of pressure to be the ideal pregnant woman and mother.
She is pretty anxious about it and finds it hard to believe.
She therefore makes the extremely difficult decision to give up drugs entirely. She also takes a holistic approach; she wants a water birth and wants it to be perfect, but things don’t always go as planned in life. As a result, she ends up giving birth at the Christmas Fair, but this time she’s with Aaron (Danny Miller) rather than Billy (Jay Kontzle).
“Although she did not anticipate giving birth, she was able to resume her drug-free regimen and the baby turned out well.”
Meanwhile, Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) is getting ready to pop the question, and while Tom King (James Chase) is giddy with anticipation to meet special guests Torville and Dean, he is about to meet some very unpleasant people.