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Emmerdale theory: Harriet Finch’s long-lost child to arrive in the village

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EMMERDALE’S Harriet Finch seems to have destroyed her relationship with her surrogate daughter, Dawn Taylor, on the ITV soap but a new theory by Express.co.uk suggests she might have another child to contend with.

Emmerdale’s episode from Monday was centered on Harriet (Katherine Dow Blyton), and it continued the effects of her reporting Dawn (Olivia Bromley) to social services. The mother of one was devastated when Clemmie (Mabel Addison), the daughter of her best friend, was taken away from her at the conclusion of last week’s episodes and she fought tenaciously to try and get her back. She slammed the former vicar after realizing that it was now almost impossible for this to happen, but Harriet may be dealing with more serious issues in the upcoming months on the ITV serial.

Since Dawn was a very young child, the policewoman has raised her as a surrogate mother. Michelle was Will Taylor’s (Dean Andrews) girlfriend during an undercover investigation.

Dawn believed Michelle, a woman she knew, was responsible for locking Will up; it wasn’t until Michelle was in the village that Dawn learned Michelle was actually a different person.

As a result, there was some tension between the young woman and her surrogate mother, but after a few years, they were able to patch things up.

It would have appeared unlikely that the former vicar would have had time to have a secret child with everything going on.It’s possible, though, that Harriet gave birth to a child before she ever met Will and Dawn, and that they were already en route to the village.

You can’t just take a child out of their house and not inform anyone, the policewoman reminded her surrogate daughter during an altercation between Harriet and Dawn.

Dawn responded, “She had no home without Beth,” and the ex-vicar continued, “And your instinct to remove her was right but child protection services exist for a reason, Dawn.”

“How frequently will we call them? However, you couldn’t help but inform them that a child in our care had gone missing “The single mother made a comment.

Harriet remarked, “You’re simply twisting everything.

Dawn responded, biting her lip: “Am I? You must have considered how this will make us appear, “Harriet, however, did not share her surrogate daughter’s perspective.

“Claim Billy [Fletcher] hadn’t found Clemmie when he did, say she’d still been missing,” the policewoman instructed Dawn.

The concerned character said, “But she wasn’t, she was just upset.”

“Think about it nonetheless. What would the police have thought of that? Officially, she wasn’t meant to be here “said the former vicar.

Dawn stated “She is once again harping on the regulations. When you were burying Malone, you weren’t thinking about the laws, were you?”

Harriet made an attempt to justify why she was guarding Dawn, but her surrogate daughter countered that it was more like she was hiding her murderer identity.

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