Belle Dingle devastated as old flame returns exposing huge secret? #Emmerdale

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Emmerdale viewers last saw Ellis Chapman (played by Aaron Anthony) saying his goodbyes to the village as she set off on a new life with mum Jessie Dingle (Sandra Marvin) in Dubai earlier this year. However Ellis is set to make his return to the ITV soap next week but he’ll be returning to the Dales alone and Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) doesn’t waste any time in confronting him over the mysterious circumstances surrounding his comeback.

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Previously, Emmerdale viewers watched Ellis leave the village after Jessie arranged for him to join her in Dubai.

Jessie had gotten him a job at her school and it seemed the young boy’s future was set for the foreseeable future.

But in a shocking twist, Ellis will turn up unexpectedly in the village taking his family and friends by surprise.

Ellis’ brother, Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle) became concerned about Al Chapman’s (Michael Wildman) influence over Ellis and decided to take action.

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Next week, Ellis’ family are surprised to see he has returned but welcome him home with open arms.

It’s not long though before he’s forced to intervene to stop his father and half-brother arguing. 

Al accuses Billy of not pulling his weight and things soon escalate before Ellis steps in.


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