An unexpected wedding will shock Emmerdale fans

Leyla, Liam and Bernice in Emmerdale
Leyla and Liam’s wedding last year was full of Bernice drama (Pictures: ITV)

It’s well known that weddings in soaps never happen without a bit of drama.

For Emmerdale, last year’s wedding with Liam (Jonny McPherson) and Leyla (Roxy Shahidi) saw Bernice (Samantha Giles) desperately try and win him back.

Her plan never worked, and Bernice was left heartbroken.

This year, things are no different as not one, not two but three weddings are planned – but how many of them will go ahead?

Emmerdale producers Laura Shaw and Jane Hudson have recently been discussing the drama on the way for some village couples:

‘Well it wouldn’t be a normal soap year I don’t think, without a few births, deaths and marriages, would it?’, Laura said.

‘Other than the summer wedding, we’ve already seen Billy and Dawn get engaged on screen and I don’t think I’m giving too much away by telling you that their wedding is definitely going to happen this year. It does happen on the most romantic day of the year, which is Valentine’s Day, so not too long to wait for their wedding. But will it all go to plan? Is it going to be happy-ever-after for these two or will disaster strike? I suspect it’s probably going to be the latter!’

She continued: ‘We’ve also got another wedding coming up, a third one. That’s a bit more of an unexpected twist and I think that’s going to shock quite a few of our villagers and ruffle a few feathers.’

So, who’s it going to be?

If it’s unexpected, perhaps it means we’re yet to see these two characters get together?

And when word gets out about the proposal, who will be determined to ensure the wedding doesn’t go ahead?

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