In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, Rachel Breckle is set to agree to move in with Sam Dingle’s family at their rundown homestead in order to make room at her cottage for her sister Ali Spencer and her family…
However, it’s a decision that’s set to infuriate Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) who objects to the plan given that it will mean he’ll have less opportunity to visit his son Archie.
The drama begins on Tuesday, May 21 when Ali (Kelli Hollis) and Sam (James Hooton) bicker about the living arrangements, and it all gets too much for little Samson. Read more & comment »
There’s love in the air this Valentine’s Day for Rachel Breckle who, according to the lovely Gemma Oaten – who’s played the role of Rachel since 2011 – has rather much fallen for Sam Dingle!
However, for as much as her parents love young Gabby Thomas (Annelise Manojlovic) she’s proving to be something of a handful as not only does she steal from the Woolpack till this week, she’s also set to be caught drinking at school.
First, of what Gemma’s had to say of Rachel’s feelings for Sam Dingle (James Hooton) she told Soaplife, “Rachel can’t really work how she’s got to the point of liking someone like Sam Dingle! He’s not her type at all.
“So it’s a bit of a shock when Ali and Ruby start getting involved, and Lisa starts questioning what Rachel wants from Sam.” Read more & comment »
Emmerdale star, Chris Bisson, has admitted that the tears he cried for his character, Jai Sharma, for his ill new-born son, Archie, were real!
Fans of the hit ITV soap will know how Jai has just left our screens, escaping the pressures of secret fatherhood for a month in France to try and get his head around the situation.
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Single mum Rachel Breckle (Gemma Oaten) has been getting ever closer to her good friend Sam Dingle (James Hooton) over the last few months, and more so since he proved to be such a help and support when Rachel brought baby Archie home…
However, as Valentine’s Day rolls around, poor Rachel fears that she’s not only made a fool of herself – when she mistakenly thinks a card hidden in Archie’s pram is from Sam – but also that she may have lost Sam’s friendship.
It will turn out that the card was actually put there by Rachel’s niece Amelia and Sam’s little boy Samson, but before she finds that out, Rachel excitedly glams herself up before heading off to see Sam at the Dingles’… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will of course know that in last’s night’s episode, Rachel Breckle (Gemma Oaten) finally brought baby Archie home from hospital…
And in some of the closing scenes last night, we saw Jai Sharma looking enviously on as Rachel and her best friend – who’s reportedly set to become more than a mate – Sam Dingle (James Hooton) cooed over the baby, who of course is Jai’s, but he can’t publicly acknowledge that.
However, in forthcoming episodes, Jai’s jealousy over the part Sam is playing in his son’s life is set to overwhelm the factory boss, and he’ll have an angry showdown with Rachel in the pub, during which, she’ll tell him that it’s none of his business who she sees, and will slap him when he’s particularly nasty about Sam… Read more & comment »
For once in her life Charity Sharma is gathering sympathy from Emmerdale fans as she struggles to keep her family together in every possible way.
First of all she has had to support her daughter Debbie (Charley Webb) get through her daughters illness, a pregnancy and then the discovery that her fiancée was having an affair with her aunty.
But, whilst occupied with all that, what Charity wasn’t aware of was the fact that her husband, Jai (Chris Bisson) had gotten cleaner Rachel (Gemma Oaten) pregnant following a one night stand.
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There’s heartache ahead for Emmerdale’s Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) when, after Rachel Breckle gives birth to his son prematurely, the tot will face a battle to live…
And of course, Jai – who’s so far managed to keep it a secret that he is the father of Rachel’s baby – will be desperate to see his little boy who may not make it, given that he’s been born weeks too early.
However, though Rachel (Gemma Oaten) does in fact allow Jai to visit the baby, who she’s to name Archie, she tells him that he must say hello and goodbye as she bans him from visiting again or from having anything more to do with the baby boy, assuming he makes it that is.
That will of course further devastate Jai, who confides his sorrow in his dad Rishi, who is the only other person who knows that Jai is Archie’s dad… Read more & comment »
Emmerdale viewers will probably know that over the Christmas period, Cameron Murray is set to kill again – he of course murdered Carl King during the show’s landmark live episode – in order to stop his mystery victim from revealing what really happened to Carl…
That chain of events is set into motion after Cameron (Dominic Power) confesses that he, not Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) killed Carl.
However, though Emmerdale star Mark Charnock has revealed that the “dark” storyline will have viewers gripped over Christmas, he’s also claimed that we’re in for a good deal of laughter too, most especially in the episode that air on Christmas Day.
While appearing on This Morning, Mark, who of course plays pub chef Marlon Dingle, said, “Our Christmas Day is a belter this year. It’s an absolute belter… Read more & comment »
The following post contains spoilers about forthcoming episodes of Emmerdale which will feature the premature birth of Jai Sharma and Rachel Breckle’s son, so if you don’t want to know what happens, leave now!
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Emmerdale star, Gemma Oaten, has revealed that she thinks it would be good for her character if her parents were to pay Rachel and her sister Ali a visit.
Gemma play Rachel Breckle, who fans will know is expecting the love child of her married boss, Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson), unbeknown to his wife, Charity (Emma Atkins), in the ITV1 soap.
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With the Emmerdale anniversary coming to an end tonight, having tied up most of the loose ends of current storylines, there remains one that is still lurking in the background, ready to explode – the identity of Rachel Breckle’s baby daddy!
Fans of the hit show will know that Rachel (Gemma Oaten) is currently expecting a baby after a one night stand with her married boss, Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson).
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In upcoming episodes of Emmerdale, factory boss Jai Sharma is damn near shooting up his own jacksy in his attempts to keep the news that he is the father of Rachel Breckle’s baby a secret…
But when Rachel (Gemma Oaten) tells him the date and time of her first ultrasound scan, he’s determined to be there to get the first glimpse of his bubby, however, he didn’t make any contingency plans for what to do if he bumped into someone he knew at the hospital.
And unluckily for him, exactly that happens when he runs smack dab into his brother Nikhil!
As we’ll see in the episode which airs a week tomorrow, Nikhil (Rik Makarem) has raced to get his pregnant fiancé Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) to hospital after she suspected she was going into labour prematurely… Read more & comment »
As fans of Emmerdale will of course know, Rachel Breckle is pregnant, and factory boss Jai Sharma is the baby’s father…
The child was conceived during a drunken one-night stand, and ever since Rachel discovered she was pregnant – and decided to keep the baby after Jai begged her to – she and Jai (Chris Bisson) have been trying to work out a mutually beneficial was forward.
That has of course included Rachel agreeing to keep the news of who is the baby’s father a secret, and in return, Jai has promised that neither she nor the baby will want for anything. Anything by way of material things that is…
However, Rachel’s struggling with the concept that her baby will be “a dirty little secret” and in an interview with What’s On TV about the storyline, Gemma Oaten – who plays tracksuit loving Rachel – has revealed that she thinks her character’s protectiveness towards the baby will be significantly increased once the infant arrives… Read more & comment »
As fans of Emmerdale will know, factory boss Jai Sharma is facing a horrible dilemma; tell his wife Charity – and risk losing her – that he had a drunken one night stand with Rachel Breckle (Gemma Oaten) and she’s now expecting his baby, or keep mum and risk Charity finding out anyway…
And of course, Rachel has told Jai that she won’t allow her child to be his “dirty little secret” but she has agreed, for now, to move into a flat in Leeds that Jai is going to pay for while he summons up the cahones to ‘fess up to Charity (Emma Atkins).
So of course, the longer the pregnancy remains a secret, the better things are for Jai, but in an upcoming episode, when verbal incontinent Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) remarks that Rachel must be up the duff, given she’s only drinking water in the pub, half the village becomes apprised of her baby news.
Which puts much more pressure on Jai. Read more & comment »
As fans of Emmerdale will know, Rachel Breckle (Gemma Oaten) is pregnant with Jai Sharma’s baby…
And given that he is of course married to Charity (Emma Atkins) Jai (Chris Bisson) has promised Rachel that if she’ll just keep schtum about the fact he’s the father, he’ll provide her with all the material things she needs to raise their child in comfort.
And for Rachel, who’s always lived life on the breadline, the prospect of not having to worry about paying the rent and bills is an attractive one, even if it does irk her that her child may become Jai’s “dirty little secret.”
But of course, in order to keep her side of the bargain, Rachel has so far refused to tell her sister Ali Spencer (Kelli Hollis) and in fact, everyone else, who the father is, which inevitably has had Ali wondering which of the village’s residents may be the daddy… Read more & comment »