Emmerdale spoilers: Charity Dingle rocked as Vanessa Woodfield makes a decision
EMMERDALE'S Charity Dingle is rocked after Vanessa Woodfield makes a huge decision.
The veterinary surgeon – played by Michelle Hardwick in the ITV soap – departed suddenly from the village in May 2020 as she continues to battle bowel cancer.
Vanessa's ex fiance Charity Dingle casually revealed the news at the time, explaining that Vanessa had moved in with her mum to focus on battling the disease.
She was last seen on our screens back in October last year when she made a shock appearance via Zoom to celebrate her and Charity’s anniversary.
But since then the pair have gone their separate ways and Charity recently hookedup with bad boy Mackenzie Boyd.
Vanessa makes a shock return to the village.
And without a doubt, Charity is left lost for words when she bumps into her.
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Vanessa helps her half-sister Tracy look after her daughter Frankie, who she shares with Nate Robinson.
But gets too involved when the farmer tries to see his child.
Tracy is later left fuming when she finds out that Vanessa didn't get Nate see his daughter.
But Tracy isn't the only person Vanessa argues with in upcoming episodes of the show.
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Charity is speechless when Vanessa tells her she's back for good.
Tensions reach boiling point when Charity asks if she can hang out with her foster-child Johnny.
Will Vanessa let Charity see Johnny?
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