Emmerdale SPOILERS: Aaron goes missing

He just can't cope without Robert

Next week’s Emmerdale sees Aaron Dingle hit rock bottom, unable to cope with life without husband Robert Sugden by his side.

Emmerdale fans have seen Aaron struggling since Robert was sent to prison for Lee Posner’s death, and next week sees him hit rock bottom as a reminder of his husband sends him on a downward spiral.

Aaron has been seeking revenge on Lee’s family for weeks (Credit: ITV)

The drama starts when Aaron discovers Robert has written a letter to Victoria Sugden and not to him.

Devastated that he hasn’t had contact with Robert, Aaron isn’t in a good place, and when he mysteriously disappears, Chas, Liv and Victoria go on a mission to find him.

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Little do they know, Aaron has driven to the woods, unable to face anyone or anything.

Aaron Dingle tears divorce
Aaron hits rock bottom next week (Credit: ITV)

Later Cain and Sam find Robert’s Porsche abandoned in the woods and they all start to fear the worst as they race to find Aaron.

But while everyone is searching for a heartbroken Aaron, Liv is about to find herself in grave danger.

Liv searches for her brother next week (Credit: ITV)

While searching for her brother, Liv spots something in the water as she crosses a footbridge and she reaches down to get it.

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However, just as she gets near the water’s edge, Liv collapses and has a seizure, leaving her in serious danger.

Will anyone find Live before it’s too late? (Credit: ITV)

In a vulnerable state and with no one around, can anyone find Liv before something awful happens?

And what about Aaron? Where has he disappeared to, and why?

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.

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