Emmerdale fans 'work out' major pregnancy twist for Dawn Taylor after she suffers scare

Dawn Taylor (played by Olivia Bromley) and Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle) are expecting their first child together so it wasn’t surprising they were panicked when she collapsed.

However, as they had a scan to ensure everything was going okay, fans noticed a comment, which could hint at a big twist for the couple.

The pair were celebrating their adoptive daughter Clemmie’s first birthday without her biological mother and had decided to keep the news secret.

However, Gabby Thomas (Rosie Benthal) couldn’t keep it to herself and blurted out news of Dawn’s pregnancy to both Lucas and Clemmie.

The couple struggled to calm Clemmie down, who feared she would be kicked out of the family to make way for the new baby.

As Clemmie became more upset, she pushed a stool at Dawn who then collapsed in the Home Farm kitchen, which led to the pair rushing to the hospital.

While there, the monographer told the couple: “Yes, they’re doing fine!” which went unnoticed by Dawn and Blly.

However, viewers were quick to pick up that the doctor said “they” and now believe the couple are having twins.

“The nurse said they’re doing fine and Billy and Dawn did not catch it #Emmerdale,” one viewer posted.

Another added: “I swear the nurse said “they’re” when looking for the baby’s heartbeat. Surely, that means twins? #Emmerdale.”

“That Nurse definitely said , they’re doing fine… #Emmerdale” alongside a Friends meme of “we only ordered one”,” a third tweeted.

A fourth continued: “That’s what we were just saying as well. Came on Twitter to see if we were hearing things.”

However, fans will have noted the midwife at Billy and Dawn’s first ultrasound scan stated there was just one baby.

“What we are looking for today is to check the baby’s heartbeat,” she told the new parents. “And to check we are talking just the one (baby).”

Billy laughed: “Never thought of that,” as the midwife continued: “There we go, just the one, and that is a healthy heartbeat.”

The pair went on to state they wanted to keep the baby’s gender a “surprise” as they were told it’s expected at Christmas.

Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7.30pm.

source: express.co.uk