Debbie Dingle is leaving Emmerdale for a while as actress Charley Webb goes on maternity leave.
The soap has now revealed more details of her exit as her family hear of her plans to go to Scotland.
Viewers know Deb has been considering a move to the Highlands after Lisa Dingle left her and Belle a garage there in her will.
Deb's been in two minds whether to go, but she is surprised next week by daughter Sarah's pragmatism.
Sarah encourages her mum to make the move, putting herself first for once.
But the issue of Sarah and Jack's schooling weighs heavily on Debbie's mind.
Deb breaks the news to her dad, Cain, that she has decided to leave, and he doesn't take things well at all.
Nervous about how mum, Charity, will react, can Debbie bring herself to tell her mother she's going?
One person who is pretty pleased about the move is Charity's fiancée, Vanessa Woodfield, who is thrilled not that Debbie's leaving, but that she and Charity can move into her house once she has gone.
But while she plans for more space and a love nest of their very own, she has no idea there's a catch...
Actress Charley announced on July 13 that she'd finished filming and started her maternity leave so Debbie's departure is definitely imminent.
Will her family give their blessing to leave?
Charley revealed yesterday (Monday July 3o) that she had given birth to her baby.
The soap star announced the happy news on Instagram this evening.
Married to co-star Matthew Wolfenden, 31-year-old Charley posted a black and white picture of the tot.
The baby was dressed in a customised babygrow with 'Baby Wolf' across it in the adorable image.
Charley wrote alongside the image: "BaByWoLf #3 has joined the crazy gang. We’re in a bubble of newborn’ness heaven."
She and Matthew, 39, already have two sons, Buster nine and Bowie three.
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News of the arrival follows fellow soap star Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey in EastEnders, introducing her newborn daughter to the world today.
She showed off her daughter in a photo shoot with OK! Magazine and revealed they have named her: Dusty Violet Kay.
New mum Lacey, who plays Stacey Fowler in the soap, told the publication: "Dusty’s our little miracle – we call her Special Kay!"
Speaking about the little girl's name, Lacey added: "It wasn’t on our original list but we did an internet search for ‘pretty girls’ names’ and we both said it at the same time!
"Her middle name is Violet, which I also love. We’ve had mixed reactions, people either think it’s really cool or they don’t really know what to say!"
Matt said he was "over the moon" that they welcomed a daughter.
Read the full interview in this week's OK! magazine, out nationwide on Tuesday
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Lacey announced her pregnancy in February.
Confirming the news to OK! Magazine - where she said at the time that she was due in mid-July - Lacey said the couple have "dreamed of having a family for so long".
Lacey told the publication: "I can’t wait to nurture our baby – we’ve dreamed of having a family for so long. When you’ve lost babies all you care about is the heartbeat – we’ve had about 12 scans."
The former Our Girl star tragically suffered two miscarriages before her current pregnancy, and told OK! she felt as though her "whole world had fallen to pieces” when she lost her babies.
She said: "I blamed myself thinking that I’d done something wrong. I’d think, 'Why me? What did I do?' But, of course, I hadn't done anything wrong – it's all down to chromosomes and luck, really. Speaking to other people about it helped me. Women shouldn’t feel ashamed to talk about it as it happens to so many women."
In May, the star celebrated her baby shower in her north London home and shared photos from the bash.
She captioned the pictures: "I'm a lucky girl.
"Thank you to all the lovely ladies for making today so special but most of all thank you to @daisy90 @bevharv @lily_harvey @nannychick!! My gals did good."
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