Emmerdale fans desperate to know where missing character is after disappearing for over TWO YEARS

EMMERDALE fans left baffled over the disappearance of Pearl Ladderbanks.

It's been over two years since the flamboyant pensioner – played by Meg Johnson – was on our screens.

The last time Pearl was mentioned was in January 2020 when Rhona said Pearl moved into a static caravan in Demdyke wanting to express her independence.

Fans shared their disappointment as they miss seeing Pearl on the ITV soap.

One said: "Where the hell is Pearl Ladderbanks? Has the actress Meg Johnson left Emmerdale for good?

"She just disappeared without any explanation! It's a shame, she was a great character!"

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Another wrote: "I loved Pearl and really miss her. I wish she'd come back.

"There's potential there to strike up a great friendship with Mary."

A third penned: "It would be nice to see the character again yes, I guess there's little for her in the village though."

The actress could have been isolating during the pandemic.

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But fans ponder whether she will eventually return.

The 85-year-old first arrived onto the Dales in 2003 as a receptionist at the vets.

She has been part of some huge storylines since, including being trapped in a fire during the Sugden house explosion, developing a gambling addiction and faking Alzheimer's disease.

Meg also appeared as Eunice Gee on Coronation Street and Brigid McKenna on Brookside.

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