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Emmerdale fans couldn't help but question Kerry Wyatt's motives as she failed to check on her daughter Amy even though she's been in and out of the village on a number of occasions.
Kerry has been on a mission to protect young Chloe and has been pulling out all the stops to hopefully prohibit her romance with Noah Dingle.
But due to Kerry not paying a visit to her daughter once despite being in the village, viewers had concerns.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "So again Kerry has forgotten about her real daughter yo protect the prisoners daughter."
Another concerned viewer said: "It's like Kerry's been parachuted into #emmerdale without having been in it before. Why does she keep going into the village but doesn't try to see Amy who always misses seeing her. No mention of Dan or Amelia, as if she doesn't know them. Totally weird set up by the writers."
A third echoed this statement and wrote: "Does Kerry not remember her own daughter is in the village too?"
Meanwhile a fourth said: "Kerry you are heartless. You have been in the village on numerous occasions and you can at least check on Amy and Kai or even Dan after his accident or Amelia."
Although initially Kerry tried to keep Chloe and Noah apart, at the end of Thursday night's programme, Kerry seemed to have a plan for them to stay together.
Although she knew it would probably cause more harm than good later on, Kerry asked Charity Dingle for her help even though Chloe and Noah tried to run away with each other earlier.
Last month, actress Laura Norton who plays the iconic Kerry said the character's return to the village will be a lot darker to what fans may remember her for.
The star said: "It’s random and it’s really different. "I don’t know what I was expecting.
"I love the fact that it is [going] down a different avenue and it’s dark – and again you are going to see another side [of her]."
She continued: "She forms a bond with her employer's daughter but, while the daughter, Chloe, is lovely, she realises that the father is dodgy.
"It's really dark stuff and she starts to try to come up with ways to get away. There are a few interwoven storylines."
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