MACKENZIE Boyd became a father for the first time when Chloe Harris gave birth to their son Reuben.
The pair grow closer next week in Emmerdale, prompting the young mother to push Mack into making a huge decision.
Mack and Chloe grow close next week
She’s made it clear she is harbouring feelings for him
Could Charity’s fling with Caleb Milligan convince him to give it a go with Chloe?
Charity Dingle decided to file for divorce from Mackenzie Boyd (played by Lawrence Robb) after learning that he was the father of Chloe Harris’ baby.
While he was against Charity’s decision to end their marriage, Mack begrudgingly decided to move on in his own way – by focusing on his new-born son Reuben.
Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) thus decided to include the heartthrob in the tot’s life… and romantic feelings have been slowly growing ever since.
However, Mack has been reluctant to truly commit to a family life with Chloe and Reuben.
But it’s all about to change in scenes airing next week on ITV.
Coming up, Mack continues to assure Chloe he’s over Charity.
But she’s conflicted when he asks to spend the day with her.
Feelings bubble as Mackenzie and Chloe return from their day trip and the pair head upstairs.
The following day, when Mack appears keen to embrace their situation, Chloe does her best to disguise her delight.
Things take a turn when Chloe’s frustrated to see Mack is reluctant to tell Charity about their new relationship.
Yet a bombshell could change everything for the pair.
There’s pandemonium in the Woolpack after a lonely Charity (Emma Atkins) reveals she slept with Caleb Milligan (Will Ash).
Jealous and upset, Mack squares up to Caleb, leaving Chloe hurt by his reaction.
Tired of the uncertainty, she offers him an ultimatum – he has to pick between her and Charity.
But who will Mack fight for?
Will he finally accept his responsibilities as a father and the end of his short-lived marriage to Charity?
Emmerdale airs weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV.
Chloe and Mack spend more time together next week
Could they become a couple?
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