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In a previous episode of Emmerdale, Kyle Dingle found himself in danger when Jamie Tate (played by Alexander Lincoln) threatened to burn Butlers Farm’s barn. The child was playing amongst the hay bales and it was a good job Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) was there to intervene. Moira Barton (Natalie J. Robb) dealt with Jamie and threatened his mother, Kim Tate (Claire King) to end the feud between their family and hers. After calming Kyle down, Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Moira thought it best to not tell his mother, Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) about the incident. But with Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano) dating Amy, he felt she should know what happened. And tonight, she found out. Understandably, she lost her temper, but those watching at home were quick to reference her own behaviour involving arson.
Bursting into the kitchen, Amy demanded: “Why didn’t you tell us? Don’t try and be funny with me Cain, Matty’s told us. Think you’re do you? Forcing our nine year old to keep your secrets.”
“He was fine!” Cain argued but his ex-partner continued to rage: “Only because Mack stopped Jamie from burning down the barn! He could’ve died! Yes, I know the whole story.”
“You’ve gone quiet,” the mechanic said to his stepson and Matty replied: “She needed to know, she’s his mum.”
“Course I did. I have every right to know if my own son’s at risk,” Amy remarked.
“He isn’t, so stop worrying,” Cain stated but Amy commented: “If there’s no need to worry then why didn’t you tell us?”
And Cain said he didn’t want her reacting in the way she was, but this only infuriated the mother of one more.
“Or is it because there’s been other things going no – other times he could’ve been hurt?” Amy inquired.
“No, there hasn’t I swear,” Matty intervened and defended his family.
“Listen to your boyfriend,” Can said and Amy hit back: “He’s not my boyfriend. So, come on, what else have you been keeping from us? Come on Cain, this is you, there’s always secrets.
“Well don’t bother picking Kyle up because he’s staying with me,” she then turned to Matty and added: “Don’t bother ringing me because I will be busy with my son.”
Fans of the popular ITV soap couldn’t understand the moral high ground on which Amy was standing considering her own secret.
Taking to Twitter to comment, one said: “#Emmerdale fake Amy has a right bloody cheek does the name Frank not mean anything to her.”
“Lol Amy is such a hypocrite she burnt down the entire factory and killed someone #Emmerdale,” another wrote.
Someone else tweeted: “Amy knows all about starting fires. #Emmerdale.”
“Oh C’mon Amy, what about you and your Mam and poor Frank #emmerdale,” a fourth commented.
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While another added: “You have to laugh at worrying about lying to Amy. We all know the massive secret she’s hiding. #emmerdale.”
Of course, viewers are referencing Amy and her mother’s, Kerry Wyatt’s (Laura Anderson) involvement in Frank Clayton’s (Michael Praed) death at the Sharma sweet factory.
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Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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