EMMERDALE’s Kim Tate will be left shocked next week when a vicious Graham Foster reveals her beloved son Jamie supplied the evidence that landed her in jail.
Graham whos played by Andrew Scarborough in the ITV soap – is determined to break free from Kims iron grip and this leaves Jamies wife Andrea hopeful that he might soon be out of her life for good.
Emmerdale’s Kim Tate upset as Graham reveals son Jamie got her sent to prison
Elsewhere, Kim finally admits to Jamie (Alexander Lincoln) that shes jealous over Graham and his mystery other woman.
Jamie discovers its Rhona Goskirk and wants to tell Kim. But a worried Andrea panics that this might upset an unstable Graham into revealing their secret.
Its later revealed that Rhona is Grahams mystery lady and he cruelly tells Kim to get used to seeing them together.
A furious Jamie gives Graham a piece of his mind about his loyalty to Kim. An equally furious Graham hits back and reveals it was Jamie who was responsible for delivering the evidence that put Kim behind bars.
A stunned Kim is left totally devastated. Will Jamie be able to talk her around?
Graham Foster is torn between his affection for Rhona and his lust for Kim Tate
Rhona Goskirk is stunned by Graham Foster
Meanwhile, Claire King who plays Kim, lead the tributes to Leah Bracknell who sadly passed away last week.
She took to Twitter following news of Leahs death writing: ”Gorgeous, beautiful, talented, lovelyLeah, fly high over that rainbow my love.”
Leah played Kims step-daughter, Zoe Tate, for 16 years.
Meanwhile, Marlon Dingle star Mark Charnock wrote: “Terrible news today. Weve lost one of the truly good humans. Being around Leah always made the day better.”
Her management released a statement confirming her death, saying: “It is with the deepest sadness that Leah Bracknell’s family confirm that Leah passed away in September, three years after her diagnosis with stage 4 lung cancer.
Claire King who plays Kim, lead the tributes to Leah Bracknell pictured) who sadly passed away last week
“They would like to thank all the public for their support and generosity which contributed to the extension and quality of her life over the past three years.
“Leah was best known and much loved as Zoe Tate in Emmerdale.
“She also had roles in Judge John Deed, A Touch of Frost, The Royal Today and DCI Banks to name just a few, as well as numerous appearances on stage and in pantomime.
“As well as acting, Leah was also an accomplished yoga teacher and shamanic healer. Leah had an energy and enthusiasm for life, a kind heart and much love to give to those around her. Her family have asked for privacy at this very sad time.”
Frank Tate, as played by Norman Bowler, Zoe Tate, as played by Leah Bracknell