Emmerdale spoilers: Victoria Sugden told she’s 12 weeks pregnant but Big Night Out was 10 | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

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Victoria’s (played by Isabel Hodgins) decision to keep her baby, who was fathered by rapist Lee Posner (Kris Mochrie) after the Emmerdale Big Night Out, has caused serious controversy.

Victoria is desperate to make something positive out of her horrific trauma, and the likes of Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) and Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) have been fully supportive.

But her own big brother Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) has struggled to accept the decision, so much so that the siblings are completely at odds on the ITV soap.

Yet while the whole reason Victoria was considering leaving the village in tonight’s episode was because she was afraid Lee and his mother Wendy (Sue Cookson) would never leave her alone, that may not end up being a problem.

During Victoria’s scan, her doctor informed her the baby was healthy, perfectly normal so far, and the chef was 12 weeks pregnant.

But a quick scale back through episodes reveals that in fact the Big Night Out took place 10 weeks ago, a couple of weeks short.

There are possibilities to explain this – for example the doctor doesn’t have the exact information and may have simply guessed an approximate timeline.

Another is that doctors often add two weeks on to a woman’s due date because they go from the last date of her menstrual cycle. 

However another could see Victoria eventually realising her baby’s father is actually ex Ellis Chapman (Asan N’Jie).

The pair were never officially together but had a brief on-off fling until Ellis decided during the night out he was going to try and move on with another girl.

If Ellis ends up being the actual father, Robert would hopefully be able to accept Victoria’s decision to keep the baby, and the expectant mother wouldn’t feel the need to leave her home.

Could the survivor have some happiness after all?

As she discussed her latest feelings with brother Robert, Victoria told Diane: “It doesn’t matter now anyway whatever he thinks of me.”

“What does that mean?” an upset Robert asked.

“We saw Wendy again – says the same unhinged rubbish she said before,” Diane explained.

“Getting away might be the best for everyone,” Victoria eventually said carefully, but Robert couldn’t understand the implications of her words.

“What’s that gonna do? We went away the other week and that didn’t do anything,” a puzzled Robert said.

“Yeah but this time, it’ll be for good,” Victoria answered sadly.

Will Victoria end up leaving the village with her brother? Or will she stay after realising her rapist doesn’t have a hold over her anymore?

Emmerdale continues tomorrow at 7pm on ITV.



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