Dan (played by Mark Jordon) was last seen on Emmerdale at the start of the year as he wanted to begin a new life in London after the turbulent time he’d has in the village. Although he and Kerry (Laura Norton) didn’t end on the best of terms, there history together leaves a lot of theories on the cards as tonight’s edition of the ITV soap hinted she could be about to make her own exit. Could the troubled former solider return to help his forbidden lover flee the Dales as they reunite?
During his first stint in the village back in 2014, Daz and his brother Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) seemed to both have an interest in Kerry.
Despite agreeing to marry his brother, the factory wayward mother felt an attraction towards her soon-to-be brother-in-law but a glimpse of his darker side lead her to stay with her groom.
Following a three year break from the soap, the former solider was reintroduced and it was discovered he was the biological father of his brother’s daughter, Amelia Spencer (Daisy Campbell).
It was because of the youngster Daz and his forbidden lover felt out as he tried to leave the Dales with her for a new life in London, but could yet another return see the pair reunite for a brief romance before they leave the village for good?
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Emmerdale spoilers: Daz Spencer to return as Kerry Wyatt plans to flee the village? (Image: ITV)
Emmerdale spoilers: Daz Spencer left the village after an argument with Kerry Wyatt over taking Amelia Spencer with him (Image: ITV)
Although the character’s departure earlier this year was because his story had come to a natural end, it came at the same time actor Mark, 54, found himself in the midst of a court case after being accused of assaulting a pensioner outside a pub in 2018.
The soap star was subsequently found not guilty after denying the charges, with those previously held against him dropped.
Mark has spoken out about returning on several occasions, speaking on Good Morning Britain a couple of months ago where he explained the door was “left open,” for