Emmerdale 's Chloe is stunned to discover that she could be expecting her second child after welcoming baby Reuben with Mack last year.
Next week, fraught Chloe tells stunned Amy she thinks she’s pregnant again, and when Mack returns later and catches Chloe ordering a test on her phone, he’s speechless to think she's expecting again.
As Chloe shows Mack her pregnancy evidence, Mack gets excited and proposes to Chloe on the spot, who eagerly accepts.
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The next day, Mack and Chloe reveal their engagement and pregnancy news to close friends, who are all stunned.
Chloe heads to the toilet feeling caught out and Mack prepares for a grilling from his friends and family over his rash decision.
Soon fending off Moira’s concerns about his rushed engagement, Mack heads to the bar where Nate sees right through to his desire for another kid.
However, things take a devastating turn as Chloe's period arrives, and she tells Amy that she is not expecting after all.
Later that day when excitable Mack talks lovingly about their unborn child, Chloe can’t bring herself to tell him there is no baby.
Chloe becomes convinced that Mack won’t want her without the baby, and Amy doe her best to console her spiralling sister.
The next day, guilty Chloe admits the truth to Mack but how is he going to react?
Fans know that Mack is hiding a big secret from Chloe, as Mack and Charity slept together on the eve of baby Reuben's christening.
A devastated Charity believed Mack would be breaking up with Chloe after the christening to be with her
However, she was left heartbroken when he declared his love for the mother of his young son in front of the whole pub.
But it looks like the love triangle will end in tragedy as spoiler pictures have shown Chloe, Mack and Charity involved in a horror car crash.
Whilst Charity and Mack have been spotted escaping the wreckage, it seems Chloe may not be so lucky during Super Soap Week.
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7.30pm on ITV.
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