As Chloe returns, will the truth about her baby finally be revealed?
As Sarah and Chloe arrive back in the village, Charity is gutted to hear that the venue for her hen do has flooded.
A visit from Moira leaves her newly responsible for both the hen party and Mack’s stag, after being chosen to be Mack’s best man, a choice that Charity is very sceptical about.
When Mack asks why she's back, he's relieved when Chloe reveals that she’s only back for a medical appointment and will soon be moving permanently to Scotland.
Watching Chloe and Mack interact, Moira’s sure there’s more to this situation, but she lets it lie for now.
The next day, Charity starts to get nervous about Moira organising her hen and Moira has some questions for Mack, is he really sure he wants to give up the chance to have a baby of his own? And Chloe is displeased to arrive home to find Moira sowing doubts.
The following day, things are still unsettled after Moira’s pointed comments yesterday and when Ryan and Nate say they’re not coming to his stag, Mack is flustered that it's all falling apart.
At the Hide, Charity’s unimpressed when Moira reveals that the theme for the combined Stag and Hen do is Yorkshire vs. Scotland Highland games and Moira continues to pressure Mack about choosing Charity over the chance to have a child.
When Mack tells her not to stay long at the party, Chloe is defiant and is soon injured by Charity whilst celebrating the result of a ferret race. As Mack rushes to her aid, Amy takes a winded Chloe to the hospital, and Mack has to check himself from seeming overly concerned.
With Moira continuing to stir things up with Charity, Mack knows he has to say something and Charity reels after he confesses that Moira thinks he still wants to be a dad more than anything.
Struggling to believe him, when he says there’s nothing in Moira’s claims, Charity bolts for the exit and Mack says he’ll never forgive Moira if she’s ruined this relationship for him.
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