Who plays Carl’s mum Juliette in Emmerdale? Juliette returned to the village last month.
When she came back, she went into the café to see Jimmy telling him she wants to see Carl. However Jimmy refused to let her, as she hasn’t seen him for years.
Juliette left and he later told wife Nicola about Juliette’s arrival.
But in tonight’s episode (Monday February 22) Juliette comes to the village once again…
Who plays Carl’s mum Juliette in Emmerdale?
Juliette Holliday is played by actress Amelia Curtis. She first appeared in Emmerdale in 2014.
Last year, Amelia played the prosecution barrister in Yasmeen’s trial in Coronation Street.
In 2013, she played Natalie in The Syndicate.
She has also had roles in Doctors, Holby City, Waterloo Road, The Bill and Casualty.
Who is Juliette?
Carl Holliday is the biological son of Juliette and Jimmy King.
Carl was conceived after a mix up at the fertility clinic. This mix up led to Juliette being given the wrong man’s sperm.
In 2014, when Juliette was pregnant with her son, she tracked down Jimmy so he could sign the papers that waved his rights to his unborn child. But she ended up going into labour.
At first Juliette did allow Jimmy to have access to Carl. But when she reconciled with her estranged husband Greg, she stopped Jimmy seeing his son as she wanted to be a family with Greg and Carl.
In 2016, Jimmy called Juliette to check on his son, however Greg had left Juliette.
She soon left Carl in Jimmy and Nicola’s care and a few weeks later she gave Jimmy full parental responsibility as he would be living with his dad.
But why is she back to see her son after all this time?
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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