Emmerdale's Emma Atkins reveals 'spectacular' stunt week for Charity's revenge

Emmerdale fans are in for a treat this year as the soap gears up for Super Soap Week, with actress Emma Atkins revealing that character Charity Dingle will be at the centre of the action.

Charity has had quite a dramatic year already, what with her eventful wedding to Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) and the subsequent revelation that he had fathered Chloe Harris’ (Jessie Elland) baby.

Now, Charity is certainly not one to take things lying down, and soon kicked Mack into touch by sleeping with Caleb Milligan (William Ash) in a vengeful move.

However, there may be more where that came from, as Charity’s revenge takes centre stage during an epic stunt week.

Super Soap Week is one of the highlights of the soap calendar, with shows pulling out all the stops to wow audiences.

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Last year, the Emmerdale village was rocked by a spectacular storm which resulted in both Harriet Finch and Liv Dingle losing their lives.

Speaking about what lies ahead during this year’s dramatic week, Emma Atkins told Digital Spy: ‘I just know that it’s going to be spectacular in one way or another and we’re due to get the scripts shortly, but it’s going to be quite big.’

Though Charity has already gone some way towards giving Mack a taste of his own medicine, Emma admits that further vengeance may be in store.

‘At the moment [Charity is] in a very angry state of mind. I think there’s definitely vengeance on the cards, in terms of: how can she actually allow this guy to have done what he’s done?

‘So she’s toying with that and all of her family and friends are saying: “Just leave it, walk away, forget it, move on”. She’s like: “No!”‘

‘I think the future will very much be about her confronting those issues, because it’s left her quite broken.

‘At the moment she’s too broken to deal with anything, but she’s just letting people know it’s in her arsenal, it’s there, it’s not going away, it’s not dying down.

‘She was hoping very much for it to do that and it’s not, it’s got worse.’

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