Emmerdale, Hol­lyoaks and Doc­tors

She’s left ques­tion­ing their fu­ture when ex-boyfriend Matt asks her to leave the vil­lage with him...

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See­ing Matt again has made Carly re­alise he isn’t the bad guy she thought he was

It was all go­ing so well be­tween Mar­lon and Carly be­fore her ex, Matt, showed up. The lanky chef was about to pro­pose, and it looked as if the But­tons and Cin­derella of the Dales were about to live hap­pily ever af­ter. This week, though, things aren’t look­ing so rosy. Not only does Matt move in for a kiss with Carly, but he asks her to leave the vil­lage with him. Matt’s pres­ence has left Mar­lon rat­tled – and who can blame him? There’s some se­ri­ous chem­istry be­tween the for­mer lovers. Even his bezzy mate has no­ticed the sparks.

‘Paddy’s picked up on the fact that Carly lights up when Matt is around,’ says Gemma Atkin­son, who plays the fit­ness fa­natic. ‘She feels more com­fort­able with him than she should. See­ing Matt again has made Carly re­alise he isn’t the bad guy she thought he was.’

When Brenda lets slip Mar­lon was about to pro­pose, Carly fears Matt’s pres­ence has put him off. She talks to Mar­lon about it and they make up, but just as Mar­lon is about to pop the ques­tion again, he spies her and Matt deep in con­ver­sa­tion.

Adds Gemma: ‘They’re dis­cussing a money-mak­ing ven­ture, but when Mar­lon asks her what they were so an­i­mated about, Carly lies. She wants the money to pay for a sur­prise for Mar­lon. She doesn’t tell him the truth, be­cause she thinks that what he doesn’t know won’t hurt him.’

Af­ter Matt re­veals his feel­ings for Carly, he leans in for a kiss and asks her to run away with him…

Mean­while, Mar­lon is hav­ing a heart-to-heart with Lau­rel, and there must be some­thing in the air, be­cause he then leans in to kiss her.

Will ei­ther party con­fess? And with Matt’s propo­si­tion on her mind, which man will Carly choose?

Mar­lon spots Carly jok­ing around with her ex Matt... ... be­fore shar­ing his relationship woes with Lau­rel

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