Emmerdale fans work out Caleb has same fate as Frank in deadly Kim twist
Emmerdale: Caleb threatens Nicky
Caleb Milligan (played by Will Ash) will stop at nothing to destroy Kim Tate (Claire King) on Emmerdale as he believes her beloved Home Farm is his birthright.
He’s her ex-husband Frank Tate’s (Norman Bowler ) son, but Kim has no idea about Caleb’s true identity.
She also has no clue her live-in nanny Nicky Milligan (Lewis Cope) is Caleb’s secret son and his marriage to Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) is nothing but a lie.
The wedding is part of Caleb’s master plan to bleed Kim dry and get his revenge on the Yorkshire Dales-based drama.
However, Emmerdale fans are certain Caleb is set to meet his demise in the near future in a way which echoes his own father’s death.
Taking to Reddit, @MysteriousTime penned: “Would be good for Emmerdale to acknowledge Frank’s iconic death scene again and Kim’s villainous past.”
@AppropriateCover84 added: “Oh, wouldn’t it be ironic if Caleb dies either from natural causes or murder in the same spot as Frank.”
Another user shared: “Will Caleb go the same way as his dad?”
Michelle penned: “Caleb is definitely Frank Tate’s son! I hope Kim finds out soon. Nobody can ever fool the queen of Home Farm #Emmerdale.”
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Yasmin tweeted: “Damn, he’s a Tate alright. It’s Frank all over, fab actor glad he’s in Emmerdale. Just fast forward to when Cain finds out the whole truth… Caleb, you’re a dead man walking.” (sic)
Frank was a huge Emmerdale character in the 1980s and 1990s as the original patriarch of the Tate family.
The character was killed off in explosive scenes almost 30 years ago, and his wife Kim’s role in his demise will go down in the soap’s history.
Kim was unfaithful to Frank before she faked her own death to ruin his life.
She set Frank up so it appeared as though he’d killed her and he was locked up before eventually being released.
When they reunited, they had a huge row and Frank ended up having a heart attack on the floor.
Emmerdale villain Kim made the savage decision to leave Frank to die a painful death.
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and ITVX.
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