Emmerdale spoilers: Aaron Dingle and Liv Flaherty to search for long-lost sibling?

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Aaron (played by Danny Miller) and Liv (Isobel Steele) have been through a lot together on Emmerdale, ever since the former discovered he had a half-sister when she first appeared on the ITV soap in 2016. The demons of their pasts are down to their late father, Gordon Livesy (Gary Mavers), but the duo have managed to support each other through their mutual trauma. In recent scenes, the siblings have been more independent from each other as Liv has been dealing with the aftermath of Paul Ashdale’s (Reece Dinsdale) death and the part she had to play in it. However, she could be forced to work with her brother when they’re informed their father had another child.

Gordon was known for being a Casanova and was very manipulative towards those who fell under his sinister spell.

Before meeting Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Sandra Flaherty (Joanne Mitchell), he could have had another lover.

When this relationship broke down, he might not have realised he had impregnated the unknown character and the child could be older than Aaron.

With their father having been dead for five years, the Dingle heartthrob and his sister might have thought they knew everything there was to know about the sexual predator.

However, they could be mind blown when they receive a letter from someone who is claiming to be a long-lost sibling.

At first, the pair could think it’s a joke but when they talk to Chas, she might reveal Gordon was in a relationship before he met her.

The siblings could write back to the person who sent a letter and agree to meet the face-to-face to understand how they’re related.

When the duo finally meet with their long-lost sibling, they could learn of the devastating impact Gordon’s absence had on their life.

They could see the sexual predator as the best father in the world, with their mother telling them all these lies about the man she perceived him to be.

Unfortunately, Aaron and Liv would have to explain the person Gordon really was and how he abused them both.

That can definitely play on-screen

Isobel Steele

This could cause a row between the long-lost sibling and the beloved characters as the former tries to come to terms with who Gordon really was.

Knowing how vulnerable their father’s first-born is, the pair could invite them to come and live in the village for a while.

A move like this would allow the Dingle heartthrob and his sister to get to know their sibling a little bit more.

As they learn more about the mysterious character’s past, will more secrets be unearthed about Gordon and how he treated the mother of his first child?

Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the actress who plays Liv, Isobel, said she would love to film with her co-star and the actor who plays Aaron, Danny, a lot more

The soap star explained: “We are best mates and I am the closet to him than I with anyone else on Emmerdale.

“We’re very, very good friends off set which is really nice and I think you know [as a viewer] when people get on.

“I think that can definitely play on-screen and you can tell it helps with our scenes because we have such a good bond with each other.

“I mean, we lived together for a year and we had a flat together and we were just the best of friends so it’s a joy working with him.

“We’re just very alike and very similar people,” she continued before discussing how the character’s relationship has been on-screen lately.

“I think their relationship, maybe has slightly been strained with Vinny [Dingle – Bradley Johnson] being a new part of the family and when he moved in,” Isobel explained.

“The two of them just drifted apart a little bit and this is possibly to do with Liv growing up and getting a boyfriend.

“And she was [acting] in a way Aaron hadn’t seen before and I think that he might have felt like he was second choice at one point.

“It’s really nice that we can jump straight into their relationship again and see them working together and they just need to adjust their relationship.”

So, could the search for a long-lost sibling be the thing that brings the two characters back together as a united force.

Taking to Twitter, viewers have been sharing their thoughts on the two characters, with one writing: “@Isobel_steele is a real star, isn’t she! Liv’s scenes have been so gripping and heartbreaking #Emmerdale.”

Another posted: “Poor Liv, a few weeks ago she was happy with Vinnie. But it’s #Emmerdale so she isn’t allowed any happiness for longer than a week or two.”

Whilst comments about Aaron have been centred around his relationship with troublemaker, Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb).

A third added: “Aaron and Mack are gonna happen. I feel it in my bones. Mack’s just gonna have to do something selfless or heroic first to prove himself. Possibly Liv-related? #Emmerdale.”

“Although Mack is helping Aaron I still don’t trust him there’s always a catch when he’s involved with something #Emmerdale,” a fourth stated.

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.

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