Emmerdale fans predict Charity Dingle pregnancy after night with Caleb

Emmerdale's Caleb Miligan (played by Will Ash) faced some awkward conversations in Monday's episode after being forced to partake in "Dingle Court".

While Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) wanted Caleb banished from the village after the trouble he has caused, some of the Dingles were more forgiving.

During Tuesday's instalment of the ITV soap, a down-on-her-luck Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) shared a drink with Caleb as they confided in each other.

In a shock move, the two began to passionately kiss before the episode ended.

Some fans quickly predicted Charity would become pregnant with Caleb, which would be ironic after her recent split with Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) over the fact he had got Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) pregnant.

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Fans gave their opinion on the shock ending, with Twitter user @deanobeanos predicting: "Watch Charity end up getting pregnant now #Emmerdale."

@rilf07 responded: "That would put the cat among the pigeons eh."

@Bu71954521Tracy echoed this, asking: "So, do we think Charity will end up pregnant to Caleb? #emmerdale." (sic)

"Wow. So, they really did it. They really dropped the ball with Charity. Just....wow. At this point I just don't know what to say. Smh #Emmerdale," @Neeko_F complained.

@frodomunster shared: "#Emmerdale Emmerdale. Charity you foolish woman. Caleb."

During a drunken chat, Caleb and Charity cosied up together and things soon took a turn after they found some common ground.

"I was 19 when I got married," Caleb told her, adding: "I just wanted... well, I don't know what I wanted to be honest, just a home like every other kid my age had.

"We spent 20 years at each other's throats, but this time I can't see a passionate reunion on the horizon."

"You sound like you're as good at making relationships work as me," Charity joked.

"They can't have all been bad," Caleb argued, to which Charity replied: "Don't get me wrong, there's been moments where it's been complete and utter bliss you know, real happiness. I usually find a way to screw it all up."

"Mackenzie?" Caleb probed, but Charity hit back: "No, for once in my life - innocent, your honour."

She added: "He's probably the first bloke I ever trusted. Saying that I never was a good judge of character."

"Yeah me neither, every time I've got something good going on I tend to screw it up," Caleb stated.

He later remarked: "Two losers together, eh?" and the two began to kiss passionately.

Emmerdale continues on Wednesday at 7.30pm on ITV.

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