Since his parents Claudette and Victor moved to the village, Charles Anderson of Emmerdale has had conflict with them.
The ITV soap opera Emmerdale’s vicar Victor Anderson (Eddie Osei) will soon infuriate his son Charles Anderson (Kevin Mathurin).
The Andersons get ready for Victor’s probation officer to visit them at Woodbine in upcoming scenes.
While tensions between him and Victor are present, his son Charles puts on a brave front in front of the family.
Victor irritates Charles by acting animated when the probation officer shows up, and the officer appears to believe everything he says.
Charles finds it upsetting the next day to see Claudette Anderson (Flo Wilson) courting Victor in Woodbine.
Charles is persuaded to maintain peace by Rebecca Sarker’s Manpreet Sharma, his love interest.
Victor, however, enjoys teasing Charles and is spending more time with Claudette.
Knowing Victor has re-entered her, Charles is now alarmed.
Until Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) notices Manpreet’s necklace is a family heirloom his late adoptive father Rishi Sharma (Bhasker Patel) shouldn’t have given away, he vents his worries to her at the cafe.
When Jai asks Manpreet to give the object back, she is at a loss for what to do.
Charles is not amused when Claudette asks him to stay out of the way during her romantic meal with Victor later in the week.
Jai, who is upset that Charles isn’t on her side, continues to beg Manpreet to give up the necklace.
Will Charles choose to defend Manpreet in relation to the heirloom?
Since Victor’s release from prison, Charles and Victor on the ITV soap have struggled to come to an agreement.
Will they ever get along, or could things between the two men only get worse?
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