Emmerdale fans work out baby Thomas paternity twist after baffling DNA results

Emmerdale fans believe they have worked out a major twist set to wreak havoc in the village after the discovery about Jamie Tate on the ITV soap.

Just a few months ago, Jamie’s horrific fate after and presumed death was exposed to Gabby Thomas, who share baby son Thomas together after.

However, fans know that Jamie faked his death in a tragic car accident back in September, and has done his been staying with his former mother-in-law Hazel and his daughter Millie ever since.

In recent episodes, Will Taylor learnt that Jamie, the son of his partner Kim Tate, could still be alive somewhere and started to make some enquiries around the village.

Although he still has no concrete proof of him being a live, Will secretly went on to hire an investigator to find him.

On Thursday (June 9), PI Mike asked Will to do a DNA test in order to compare baby Thomas’ DNA to someone they had tracked down who looked strikingly similar to Jamie.

The corrupt investigator charged £3,000 for the results only for him to reveal that the man they spotted couldn’t have been Jamie because they didn’t match the DNA of baby Thomas.

But some viewers have been doing some digging into the gripping storyline, with many now believing that perhaps the DNA results proved more than they first thought.

While most viewers suggested Mike was simply using Will for money, others suggested the possibility that Jamie may not be Thomas’ biological father after all.

Although there was no suggestion as to who the alternative identity of the father could be, fans of the soap believe they are on to something as they swarmed to Twitter with their theories online.

One user penned: “The DNA not matching doesn’t mean that it’s not Jamie Tate. It could also mean that Thomas is not Jamie Tate’s son.”

Another agreed: “Do we think this storyline is going where we find out baby Thomas ain’t Jamies after all? I don’t know why else they are going on about it when he’s not even returning.”

A third argued: “I think it is Jamie, I don’t think the baby is his,” which was echoes by a fourth viewer who said: “No I don’t think Jamie’s the father, DNA didn’t match.”

Emmerdale airs weeknights a 7.30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode on Thursdays.

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