Emmerdale horror as Amy Wyatt finds herself in serious danger

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Emmerdale’s Amy Wyatt (played by Natalie Ann Jamieson) will soon be in very serious trouble thanks to the drama unfolding between her sister Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) and Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb). Chloe took off with her and Mack’s child after he broke up with her to rekindle his relationship with Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins).

Wednesday’s episode saw Mack and Charity following Amy and Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano) to find out where Chloe is hiding. However, Amy rumbled the plan and despite Mack taking her phone pretending to be her, a suspicious Chloe realised what was happening.

Thinking Amy warned her, Mack swore revenge – but is he capable of doing something sinister? It seems this could be the case as spoilers for the ITV soap suggest Amy will soon be in danger.

In upcoming scenes, Amy shames Mack for further isolating a vulnerable Chloe. When Matty accuses Mack of destroying his relationship with Amy, Mack’s sarcastic response prompts Matty to punch him.

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Mack later left in turmoil after Amy hopes he’ll never see his son, Reuben, again.

After a furious Amy blames him for leaving Chloe isolated, alone and on the run, a stricken Matty heads off in defeat, believing their relationship is over.

Later up at the HOP, Amy’s startled when a hooded figure grabs her.

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Could it be a vengeful Mack taking extreme measures to see be reunited with his son?

Perhaps he is planning on kidnapping her to blackmail Chloe into giving up her location, but is Amy in danger of being hurt or worse?

At the end of Wednesday’s episode, a seething Mack fumed: “This was my only chance to get my son back.

“I was calm… I was calm with Amy today. She’s not going to know what’s hit her. She’s going to tell me where my son is.”

Or could the mystery figure by someone else entirely?

Emmerdale continues on Thursday at 7.30pm on ITV.

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