Louise Jameson, a star of Emmerdale, hinted to a potential love development for Mary Goskirk in the upcoming year.
Since moving to the hamlet last year, Mary hasn’t had much luck. Her romance with con artist Faye Helders ended when Mary found out about her genuine motivations.
Though things have been calmer lately, Jameson told Inside Soap that Mary may experience love in the early months of 2024.
She teasingly said, “I have a love life development.” But I’m only authorized to say that much. I’m frequently asked if I want Mary to settle down. The response is no, since I would miss the tumultuous plots.
Claire King, who plays Kim Tate, interviewed Jameson beside her. During the interview, the two were questioned about the possibility of their characters falling in love: King said, “Well, we’ve pondered about that, haven’t we?” “I believe Kim is solely interested in men.
The former EastEnder and Doctor Who actor Jameson said, “Kim’s very heterosexual.” “However, I believe Mary would be content to get to know Kim.”
In other news, Jessie Elland declared that she was leaving the ITV soap opera The Dales. She stated that her last episode as Chloe Harris will be on Boxing Day, December 26, at least for the time being.
Playing Chloe and being a part of Emmerdale has been the finest two years of Elland’s life, she added. “During those two years, entering the studios through the stage entrance or waiting outside The Woolpack in the village never seemed any less weird.
“I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been granted this chance and to have been entrusted with such amazing narratives. I truly crossed off a lot of things on the soap bingo card: having a baby, meeting new family members, pulling off a major prank, getting slapped with soap, and even the iconic back of the cab exit!
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