Moira and Nate caught red-handed by Kerry having steamy romp in Emmerdale

Moira (Natalie J Robb) and Nate (Jurrell Carter) have only just decided to go ahead with their friends-with-benefits affair and already they’ve been caught out by Kerry (Laura Norton).

Kerry made an unexpected stop by the farm caravan on tonight’s episode, ready to apologise to her daughter Amy’s beau for jumping to conclusions about him grassing the pair up for starting the fire that accidentally killed Frank.

After getting into Amy’s (Natalie Ann Jamieson) head that he will use the information against them, Amy was left distraught when she caught him taking to Tracy (Amy Walsh)…believing he was telling her everything.

But when it comes out that he was actually trying to get information for his girlfriend and not dobbing her in, Amy is left yelling at Kerry for getting into her head, and demands she apologise.

Begrudgingly, she does – but more with the intent to set the record straight with him about keeping his mouth shut than actually apologising.

However, what she discovers on going over there definitely caused more trouble than anyone thought it would – as she peeks through the window to see Nate’s caravan a’rockin’ with Moira.

Moira and Nate were mid-sex session after having a lover’s tiff in which Nate was left jealous at Moira’s affection towards husband Cain (Jeff Hordley).

Reminding him that was the deal and that they weren’t to get attached, Nate seemed to ignore his own advice but was talked around by his new bed buddy.

To get over their little spat, what better way than having more sex (the logic is definitely flawed here, you two.)

Now that Kerry knows the truth, what is she going to do with it?

Is she going to keep quiet and let her daughter continue to date a cheat? Or is she going to blow the roof off the whole affair, which could end in seriously dramatic fashion?

Emmerdale continues tomorrow at 7pm on ITV.

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