Vanessa Woodfield arrives on Emmerdale to take baby Frankie away from Tracy?


Vanessa Woodfield arrives on Emmerdale to take baby Frankie away from Tracy?

Tracy Metcalfe’s sister Vanessa could be seen on the cobbles shortly, as Tracy leaves Nate and baby Frankie behind after a postnatal depression breakdown.

Tracy Metcalfe (Amy Walsh) has been suffering from postnatal depression since the birth of her daughter Frankie in the last few months. Tracy hasn’t been able to cope with her fiance, Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter), proposing to her and dealing with a wailing baby. Due to her irritation, she has also been observed crying in the pub and smashing Frankie’s baby gym. Tracy left Emmerdale without warning anyone on Monday night’s episode, telling the cab driver she wouldn’t be back. What does this mean for Nate and Frankie, her fiancée?

Tracy was shown reading a tale to baby Frankie at the start of the episode and appeared to be pretty happy and satisfied.

When Nate said, “What’s all that?” Tracy jumped up and grabbed a black garbage bag to take outdoors when her fiancé Nate joined her from downstairs.

“Oh nothing,” she said to Nate, “I stumbled over Frankie’s baby gym like an idiot, and it’s all mangled.”

Nate wondered, “Don’t suppose Frankie will even notice,” not thinking it was a huge thing, but Tracy disregarded the subject.

Nate could tell Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) was upset after learning she wouldn’t be able to care for Frankie, and he sought to console her by saying, “Hey, don’t worry about Lydia, she’ll be OK soon.”

“I’m simply jealous you had Frankie all to yourself yesterday; now that I’ve got all this stuff on, it’ll be you and her even more.”

Tracy snarled, “You’re not the only one who works, remember?” she didn’t want to feel like she didn’t have a purpose.

Nate apologized before leaving for work and asked Tracy whether she was okay on her alone, to which she answered, “I’m good, stop worrying about me and leave.”

Later, when putting the trash bag outside, Tracy was caught by Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham).

When Gabby told Tracy, “I’m going away for a few days, so that should be good,” they exchanged niceties.

Tracy, noticing how far along she was in her pregnancy, said, “You’re not cutting it too fine, are you?” Brinkwire Summary News.


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