Spoilers: Charity is destroyed in Emmerdale as Johnny adoption is halted?

Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) was left destroyed following a visit from the social worker in Emmerdale, and she now believes that she’s let Vanessa Woodfield (Michelle Hardwick) down as a result.

Charity has had an incredibly tough couple of months, as — following Vanessa’s cancer diagnosis — she’s been hellbent on supporting her every step of the way.

Vanessa revealed her desire for Charity to adopt Johnny earlier this year, and — in spite of some initial conflict — The Woolpack landlady was more than happy to do so, given that she loves the little boy like he’s her own.

Therefore, she sets the wheels in motion, but she soon encountered a pretty big obstacle when she learned that she might need Kirin’s approval in order to proceed with the adoption.

However, the social worker later revealed that this might not be the case, but in spite of things looking up, Charity has worried that her past might prevent her from being able to carry on with the adoption process.

In tonight’s episode (September 4), the social worker was due to call round for another visit, and Charity was on tenterhooks as a result.

She and Sarah (Katie Hill) came to blows, as an argument broke out in regards to the state of the sofa the young woman was sitting on — something which the social worker overheard.

Matters were complicated further when the social worker revealed that Charity’s past might cause problems with getting the adoption approved — although Sarah highlighted the reasons as to why Charity is the best mum and grandmother a kid could ask for.


Charity was touched at Sarahs’s speech, but nonetheless, she fears that she’s let Vanessa down.

Will Charity be allowed to adopt Johnny?

Emmerdale continues Monday September 7 at 7pm on ITV.

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