Emmerdale Theory: Cain Dingle in a downward spiral after Faith’s tragic secret is discovered | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Emmerdale’s bad boy Cain Dingle (played by Jeff Hordley) has had a rocky relationship with his mother Faith (Sally Dexter) since he arrived in the village. In recent scenes from the ITV soap, things appear to have gone from bad to worse after the mechanic caught his mum getting drunk and having sex with Dan Spencer (Liam Fox) in the housing estates.

At the time, Faith tried to apologize to her son for what had happened, but Cain had none of it.

However, according to the official Emmerdale spoilers, Cain has no intention of reconciling with his mother and it could end up coming back to haunt him.

In the upcoming scenes, Moira (Natalie J Robb) is dismayed when Cain wishes his mother dead, despite Faith wanting them to heal their differences.

However, Cain’s wish may end up coming true when Faith receives the diagnosis of her breast cancer.

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Later that week, Faith will be told of the devastating diagnosis, and because of her ongoing feud with Cain, she doesn’t know how to break the news to him.

Tensions also remain high with her daughter Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and so with no one to turn to, Faith leans on Moira for support.

Moira urges Faith to tell the rest of the family, but she insists on fixing their broken relationship first.

During Monday’s episode of Emmerdale, Faith received a letter which she quickly hid from her daughter Chas when she entered.

Discussing her character’s cancer diagnosis, actress Sally said it was a “privilege” to take on such an important storyline.

“It’s heartbreaking, but it’s really important as a storyline because it’s more than a storyline for so many people,” the star said.

“It matters to the people who go through it as well as those who will go through it. I feel a real sense of responsibility, but also a privilege to make this story.”

The ITV soap opera worked with the charity Breast Cancer Now to ensure Faith’s script is as realistic and authentic as possible.

Catherine Priestley, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Now, explained that with around 35,000 people living with secondary breast cancer, it was important for them to advise on Faith’s storyline.

She said, “To give direction to the writers on how her diagnosis and experience of the disease can be accurately portrayed and to raise awareness of some of the signs and symptoms of secondary breast cancer among millions of Emmerdale fans.”

Discussing how Faith’s diagnosis will have a huge impact on the Dingle family, Emmerdale producer Laura Shaw explained: “Faith’s devastating cancer diagnosis will impact not just her life, but everyone. those around him.

“We know that at the very heart of the Dingles is a strong sense of family and love, so for them trying to get through this heartbreaking time will be incredibly difficult.

“Faith’s zest for life with her spicy sense of humor and appetite for fun and adventure means that while there will inevitably be painful and heartbreaking times, we will also see positive and uplifting moments of light. in history. “

The producer added: “Given the caliber of actor Sally, I know she will approach the story with great honesty and depth and do it justice and that, in turn, will raise awareness of such an important issue that affects many people on a daily basis.”

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7.30pm on ITV.

Sharon D. Cole