EMMERDALE vicar Harriet Finch’s relationship with Will Taylor is set to be exposed next week as a furious Moira Barton goes on the warpath.
Kind-hearted Harriet – who is played by Katherine Dow Blyton in the ITV soap – reaches out to offer Moira her support during the week, which marks the anniversary of the death of Moira’s daughter, Holly.
Moira – Natalie J Robb – is grateful for Harriet’s friendship, but she soon changes her tune when she finds out the truth about her lover, Will.
Will has served time for supplying drugs and Moira is floored when she hears of his relationship with Harriet.
She’s knocked even more for for six when she learns that her husband Cain Dingle already knew their history.
A furious Moira is convinced that Will is behind son Matty’s recent dabbling into weed and is certain that he got the drugs from Will, after finding him lumbering around the farm.
But as Cain – Jeff Hordley – tries to inject some sense into the situation, Moira’s left seething.
With her anger reaching fever pitch, Moira ruins the Harvest Festival when she reveals Will’s past as a drug trafficker.
The villagers are horrified by the revelation and Harriet reels as the truth about her relationship goes public in the worst way possible.
Cain is left floored by Moira’s venomous words and actions towards Harriet. What will he do?
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Emmerdale fans know that Harriet and Will’s history is about as complicated as it comes.
The pair were previously in a relationship while Harriet was working as an undercover police officer.
She staged a relationship with known drug-trafficker, Will, under the guise of a call-centre worker called Michelle.
Harriet infiltrated her way into the life of Will and his young daughter Dawn, before she saw him go to prison for his drug dealing.
Meanwhile, Dawn was sent into care with no parents to look after her. Both Dawn and Will blamed Harriet, but the trio were recently reconciled.
Moira’s daughter, Holly, died from a drug overdose in 2016.
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