Emmerdale fans rumble what Caleb is up to as Cains lookalike brother arrives

Emmerdale fans were blown away on Christmas Day as Cain Dingle's long-lost lookalike brother arrived in the ITV soap.

Caleb was seen for the first time on screen this weekend, setting up in his car to head to the prison where Cain is being held.

The pair later met up in the visiting room, with Caleb hitting Cain with a few hard home truths as he told him: "So you're a murderer, then, yeah? Shot a man at point-blank range?"

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When Cain refused to speak, Caleb continued: "I saw it on the news. Get you, with your infamy!"

He said it was "pretty easy" to find Cain, explaining: "There's a lot of information out there when you know where to look. I was very sad to find out about your loss. It's not easy losing a mother, at any age."

Things quickly escalated as Caleb scraped his chair back and raised his voice to say: "But I was a little bit surprised considering you told me she was dead 30 years ago!"

Cain insisted he only said that because Faith had been "dead to him" at the time, while a tortured Caleb said: "I just wanted to know where I came from."

Now fans are sure that Caleb is hiding something in true soap fashion, and took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One said: "I'm a betting man. Caleb will bed Bernice or Moira!"

Another wrote: "How long until Moira sleeps with Caleb."

While another speculated: "Something tells me Chas is going to make an ally in this Caleb."

Actor Will Ash has teased his character's dark secret in a chat with Daily Star and other press, explaining: "Initially, when he comes in, even though he's got an axe to grind with him, he wants to connect with his family.

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"To connect with Cain and with Chas, he wants to have a relationship even though there is a kind of simmering resentment and bitterness."

He added: "He's very, very kind of charming and open and wanting to just make a connection with his family because they're going through quite a lot.

"He comes in and kind of really helps them deal with all that they're dealing with. But you can't help but think there is something else going on."

Emmerdale airs weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV1.


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