EMMERDALE’S Chloe Harris risks everything by reuniting with love interest Noah Dingle next week.
Viewers know that Chloe’s father has a criminal past and she had planned to run away with Noah Dingle.
Noah and Chloe have become close, leading the latter to take a step back from her friendship with Sarah.
Disapproving of the couple, Sarah’s grandmother Charity and Chloe’s housemaid Kerry Wyatt – who made an awaited return – try to stop the relationship upon finding out how dangerous Chloe’s father is.
However in upcoming scenes, while Kerry is away Chloe reconnects with Noah despite being warned against it.
Will Charity and Kerry find out about their secret reunion and put an end to it?
Back in 2018, it is revealed do Sarah that she was suffering from heart failure, a rare side-effect of her chemotherapy, which she needed when battling throat cancer.
Months later, a suitable heart had finally been found for the 13-year-old.
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Three years later, the teenager found the identity of her donor, a young woman named Gemma Harris who died in a car accident.
Sarah subsequently decides to meet Gemma’s sister, Chloe, in order to know more about her donor.
Although her friendship with Chloe was rocky and her family disapproves, Sarah continued to see her.
In November it was revealed that Chloe’s father was a “dangerous” criminal serving time in prison and monitoring her every move at home via CCTV
She warned Noah that her father would kill him if he ever knew of their romance.
“He is [a bad person], he makes me visit him every week, I have to show him a diary of everything I’ve done, everywhere I’ve been”, Chloe said.
“I think he wants to keep me safe and control me so I don’t end up like Gemma.”
Chloe added: “He’d hate you and if he found out about us… he’d kill you!”
“He has people who work for him, they watch the house. Kerry knows, that is why she begged me to end it.”
Chloe then came up with a plan to run away with Noah the next day, with the hopes of escaping to a new city and staying in a hotel with her savings.