Emmerdale: Charity Dingle wears a red wig
Charity Dingle (played by Emma Atkins) was on a downward spiral for the best part of last year and it seems she has not changed her ways for 2021. In recent scenes of Emmerdale, the Woolpack landlady landed her son, Noah Tate (Jack Downham) in trouble when he appeared up at Home Farm to rescue her from the police after Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) locked her inside. But in a plot twist, Noah ended up in handcuffs and she refused to swap places with him. Now, fans of the ITV soap have begun speculating as to where Charity’s storyline is going to go and it seems a dark ending could be in store.
After taking part in a burglary at Kim Tate’s (Claire King) residence, Charity let her teenage son take the blame.
In the end, it was Kim who ended up saving Noah from prison and this left him feeling like his mother didn’t care about him.
“What you doing here?” Charity asked as Noah walked into the cottage.
“Why aren’t you at work?” He replied and she argued it was a “duvet day”.
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“So you’re back then? You need to dump your stuff down here for now, your room absolutely stinks,” Charity remarked. “You left half a pint of milk underneath your bed.”
Noah then explained how he wasn’t stopping, but was in fact there to retrieve his gaming stuff which he was going to set up in Moira Barton’s (Natalie J. Robb) house.
“I’d rather live in a bus stop than with you!” He exclaimed. “I’ll just grab my stuff and go.”
“Noah wait, please, just stay. I am your mother, this is your home and I miss you,” Charity said.
“I don’t miss you!” He shouted. “Nobody does, you’re a useless, rubbish mum. And you don’t give a stuff about anyone but yourself!”
“Everything I have done has been for you – for the family,” Charity explained.
“So why do they all hate you then?” Noah spat. “They think you’re a joke, nobody would care if you’re dead. So you can get back underneath your duvet and stay there.”
And with that he stormed out leaving Charity utterly speechless.
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Those watching at home saw Noah express exactly how he felt towards Charity and they were shocked by the harsh words he used.
Taking to Twitter to discuss, one said: “Harsh words from Noah to Charity.”
“A bit harsh from noah, yes charity has messed up recently but she didn’t deserve that #emmerdale,” someone else wrote.
A third chimed: “That was a violent outburst from Noah. Charity has done wrong yes I admit but she didn’t deserve that.”
Another viewer went one step further: “Death has been mentioned to Charity twice now in Emmerdale Chas said to her that she is dead to them and Noah said that no one would care if she died. I think it could be leading towards a mental health storyline for Charity #Emmerdale.”
Could the soap tackle a difficult storyline which sees Charity reach rock-bottom and consider taking her own life?
If you or anyone you know has been or may be affected by Charity’s storyline, please see Mind’s website here for free, confidential advice or call the Samaritans – for free – on 116 123.
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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