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Emmerdale theory: Faith Dingle’s secret unveiled as iconic family set to lose everything

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EMMERDALE matriarch Faith Dingle’s days are numbered but in Thursday’s episode of the ITV soap, it was hinted her family is going to get a nasty surprise once she’s gone, according to a new theory by Express.co.uk.

Faith (Sally Dexter), whose relationships with her daughters Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Cain Dingle have been strained, has done pretty much everything for her family (Jeff Hordley). However, it appears that her loved ones are now able to forgive her for her previous wrongs as her final days on Emmerdale approach. They might be incensed when they learn what she was hidden from them after she has passed away on the ITV soap opera.

The weeknight serial drama’s Thursday episode opened with Faith and her great-granddaughter Sarah Sugden seated in the café (Katie Hill).

Faith had to answer a call from someone who turned out to be a debt collector even though they were supposed to be spending some quality time together.

The legendary family’s matriarch remarked, “Have I not paid my ticket? I’m really sorry, Mr. Debt Collector. You’ll need to know my new address because I recently moved.

“I’m six feet under in the cemetery, you money-grabbing scoundrel, because that’s where you’ll find me because that’s where I’ll be.”

Faith continued to talk to Sarah about checking things off of a bucket list before she passed away, suggesting that she was not in a haste to pay the debt she owed.

Faith replied, citing the many crimes and illegalities she had performed over the years, “I suppose I’ve done just about everything.”

The rest of the program focused on the two as Sarah encouraged Faith to have fewer chaotic days even though she wanted to make the most of every moment.

They each had to deal with the possibility at some point in the future, albeit at different times, but they understood how the other felt.

But Sarah would never have imagined that after her great-grandmother passed away, she had a mountain of debt.

Faith was making jokes about the parking penalty she received, but this may not be her only obligation.

The Dingles could be approached after she passes away to explain why the matriarch still owed hundreds of pounds on numerous accounts.

They would be furious to learn she had been hiding this, and they would be much more furious to learn they would be responsible for the debt.

The family has always had financial difficulties, and they occasionally turned to illicit means to obtain money.

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