VIEWERS have been eagerly waiting for Chloe Harris to get her revenge after being left to die by Mackenzie Boyd.
The young mother played by Jessie Elland plots an explosive exit from Emmerdale with her son Reuben in tow next week.
After months of being torn between two women, Mackenzie Boyd has finally realise he is still crazy about his former wife Charity Dingle.
But when he made the decision to break up with his current fiancé Chloe, the fiery redhead collapsed and was taken to hospital.
In scenes airing next week on ITV, Charity (portrayed by Emma Atkins) is concerned he’ll back out of dumping Chloe once and for all.
To her surprise, Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) pulls through and Chloe is left in shock when he admits their relationship is over.
Devastated, Chloe keeps her emotions in check and dismisses Mack in a cold business-like fashion.
Later on, however, Chloe is spotted sobbing in her sister Amy Wyatt’s (Natalie Ann Jamieson) arms.
Her sadness turns to fury later on when she spots Charity in Mackenzie’s arms.
As regular viewers of the Yorkshire-based drama will recall, Mack and Charity have been sneaking around the village in an attempt to mend their broken relationship.
Speaking of which, Chloe’s rage takes over as she viciously slaps the Woolpack landlady.
Amy quickly intervenes and escorts a distraught Chloe away as Mack realises that she may not have taken the break up as well as he’d hoped.
Charity, on the other hand, hopes things have calmed down and they can all move forward in peace following an intense rivalry and deep tensions.
Unfortunately, Chloe is too bitter to swiftly move on and heal her heartbreak.
Fuelled by pain, Chloe finally admits she has a revenge plan in mind and tells Amy she’ll be running away with Reuben to France, thus stopping Mack from ever seeing his son ever again.
Meanwhile, a blissfully unaware Charity and Mack enjoy a tender moment, happy everything is seemingly working out for them, just as Chloe books her tickets to France.
It’s all a secret but when Sarah Sugden (Katie Hill) inadvertently alerts Mack and Moira Dingle (Natalie J. Robb) to seeing packed bags and Reuben’s passport.
They dash out, suddenly aware of what is going on and Mack is crushed, as he’s always been keen to be a father for Reuben.
Will they be able to stop Chloe in time?
Can Mackenzie and Chloe ever find a common ground?
Or will she let hard feelings plague their co-parenting?
Emmerdale airs weeknights from 7.30pm on ITV.