Emmerdales Gail caught in DNA twist as link to previous resident exposed
Emmerdale fans believe they have uncovered Gail Loman's link to a former Dales resident.
Viewers have been wary of Gail, played by Rachael Gill-Davis, since she first arrived in the village back in May, after briefly appearing as Ryan Stocks' (James Moore) love interest back in 2019.
Gail now works behind the bar in the Woolpack and it seems a romance is blossoming between her and Ryan once again.
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In upcoming scenes, Gail and Ryan enjoy a romantic meal together before the barmaid leaves to take a phone call.
Later, Gail meets a woman named Sophie who shares some news about Oscar, a person unknown to fans.
But while it seems Gail's past is about to be exposed, that hasn't stopped fans from speculating that she has a link to former resident Zoe Tate.
They suggested Gail could actually be Jean, the daughter of Zoe (Leah Bracknell), who was last seen in 2005 after leaving the village for a new life in New Zealand.
One fan wrote: "I think she’s Zoe Tate’s daughter…I could be wrong but she’s about the right age and the history between Charity and Zoe could be a reason for her to rock up in the village."
While a second agreed: "I have a funny feeling it's Zoe Tate's Daughter maybe her real name is not Gail it's probably Jean Tate."
But Zoe isn't the first familiar face fans believed could be linked to Gail.
Back in July, fans began to suspect Gail was related to con artist Faye Helders (Jane Gurnett), who threatened to send a naked photo of ex-girlfriend Mary Goskirk (Louise Jameson) if she didn't hand over cash.
While Faye was arrested for her crimes, the photo was still sent to Mary's contact, leading fans to believe she had help.
Sharing their theories at the time, one said: "Soooo I think the girl working behind the bar is Faye's daughter."
Another fan replied: "Yes!!!! That what I thought. She defo has something to do with her," as a third agreed: "I do too. Very dodgy."
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