Emmerdale fans horrified as vicar Harriet goes dogging with her stalker Will in broad daylight

Emmerdale fans horrified as vicar Harriet goes dogging with her stalker Will in broad daylight

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EMMERALE fans are in shock after mucky vicar Harriet Finch went dogging with her stalker Will in tonight’s episode.

The frustrated clergywoman – who is played by actress Katherine Dow Blyton in the ITV soap – is dating her former violent stalker Will but hiding the romance from most of the village.

The vicar almost missed her own prayer group for a sordid outdoor romp

With him living just two doors down with Dan Spencer, and Harriet with Pearl as her lodger, the couple have been unable to have any alone time.

Tonight she shot down his hints at a church romp, leaving him to come up with a plan.

Mechanic Will decided to borrow a VW camper van from Dan and pick Harriet up for a lunchtime ride.

She told him: “So near but so far. Mine’s too risky and the church is out of bounds.”

The frustrated clergywoman couldn’t wait to have sex in the van in public
Anyone could have come across the vicar and the ex con’s activities

But when he turned up in Dan’s camper van, Harriet had a bit of a shock.

She told him: “A bunk up at the side of a road in a borrowed van, don’t you think it’s a bit sordid?”

However it didn’t take long for her to agree and she soon hopped in.

After the pair had finished their roadside public romp, Harriet began rushing realising she was late or her prayer group.

Accidentally leaving her cross necklace behind, she told him: “I’m already late. I’m meant to be giving the prayer group coffee before we start.”

The pair parked up at the side of a country lane and began romping much to the horror of viewers.

One wrote: “Why is everyone having sex , also a vicar should know better , she is a disgrace #emmerdale”

A second said: “Will and Harriet are so wholesome for a drug baron and an ex-bent-cop vicar 🥰#Emmerdale”

Another said: “Harriet’s got her own shagmobile 😁 #Emmerdale”

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