Dawn Taylor agrees to let Harriet Finch help her out in Emmerdale tonight (September 23), despite the two previously falling out.
The pair cut ties after Dawn was angered to find out that Harriet reported Clemmie to social services, even though she was just concerned for the child's welfare.
However, after Dawn, Billy and Clemmie were asked to leave Home Farm by Kim Tate, could this be a sign that Dawn and Harriet's friendship could heal?
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Even if it does, they still have a lot to deal with, after Clemmie bit Millie in a harrowing moment last night.
As viewers wait to find out what will happen to Dawn, Harriet and Clemmie, Daily Star takes a closer look at fan theories surrounding the characters.
Dawn becomes Clemmie's foster mother
Dawn was recently shocked to learn that her ex-boyfriend Alex cheated on her with friend Beth – and that he is Clemmie's father.
Fans suspected that Alex could be Clemmie's father, with one saying on a fan forum: "Probably Dawn's ex boyfriend and Lucas' father – Alex."
Alex is also Lucas Taylor's father, making him and Clemmie half-siblings.
Following their family connections, fans now think that Dawn could use this connection to become Clemmie's permanent foster mother.
One fan said: "Yep, would mean Lucas and Clemmie are half-siblings."
A second added: "Definitely, and provides her with the link to the kid through Lucas that means she ends up being her foster mother or whatever. Would also fit into their comfort zone of every character having some kind of link with each other."
However, one viewer made the suggestion that even if Dawn became Clemmie's foster mother, problems may still arise, given where they live.
"Dawn saying Clemmie needs stability. She shouldn't live in Emmerdale then," they said.
Dawn and Kim's feud re-ignites
Vicar Harriet Finch helped support Dawn Taylor following a drug addiction, but the pair have since fallen out in recent months.
After Dawn's son Lucas ran into Harriet and told her he was looking forward to getting a sister, she was taken back, and discovered that Dawn had brought Clemmie home with her.
Dawn, who found Clemmie in a house filled with drugs, tried to foster the youngster – but concerned for the child, Harriet reported the matter to social services.
However, Dawn chose to cut ties with Harriet after she discovered what Harriet had done.
Kim Tate seemed pleased that the pair had fallen out, with viewers picking up on the rivalry after Dawn and Billy went to live with Kim – despite Dawn and Kim having a feud in the past.
"Kim driving the wedge deeper between Dawn and Harriet," said one fan, while a second added: "Kim is loving Dawn hating Harriet isn't she?"
However, after Kim kicked Dawn, Billy and Clemmie out of Home Farm because there were "too many people in the house", could this re-ignite Dawn and Kim's feud?
Fans seem to think so, with one saying: "I'm not buying into this Dawn/Kim solidarity thing. They hated each other for all of last year. There's no way you go from that to straight besties."
After Harriet Finch actress Katherine Dow-Blyton also teased during a press conference that there will be an "explosive feud" between Kim and Harriet in the upcoming 50th anniversary episodes, could Dawn have something to do with it if her rivalry with Kim resurfaces?
Katherine said: "Harriet is no Kim Tate, but they're both feisty women and able to look after themselves.
"There'll be fireworks. They'll have their moments."
There was horror at Home Farm recently, after Clemmie bit Millie in a shocking soap moment.
Kim Tate asked Dawn, Lucas and Clemmie to leave after she said there was not enough room in the house – but this led to Clemmie acting up.
She subsequently bit Millie, but fans think this could be an indication of things to come.
Viewers flocked to social media to comment on Clemmie's behaviour, with many thinking that she could become the village's next serial killer.
"I get the feeling that Clemmie is going to be like Damian from The Omen…" said one fan.
"How f***ing scary is Clemmie? I'm waiting for head to start spinning around," added a second, while a third commented: "If Gabby knows Clemmie is child evil and Dawn doesn't then something is up."
Some even went as far to suggest that Clemmie could become one of soap's next killers, with one comparing her to a recent villain.
"How long before Clemmie stabs Johnny?" said one viewer, with another agreeing: "Clemmie is going to be the new Meena."
Emmerdale airs at 7.30 pm on weekdays on ITV.
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