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Emmerdale spoilers: Liam Cavanagh humiliates himself after thinking Nate Robinson is hitting on him

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LIAM Cavanagh humiliates himself after thinking Nate Robinson is hitting on him as Tracy schemes to reunite him with Leyla. 

The vet’s relationship with Leyla hit the rocks recently when Gabby accused Liam of taking advantage of her. 

Gabby soon admitted that she was making it up, but Liam was unable to forgive Leyla for thinking he’d be capable of grooming a teenager. 

Upcoming scenes of Emmerdale will see Tracy hatch a plan to get Liam and Leyla back together and ask Nate to play a part. 

But when Nate invites Liam over for a beer, David leaves Liam questioning Nate’s motives when he jokes it must be a date. 

Liam arrives for the meet up but when Nate answers the door in just his boxers, Liam worries that David was right. 

When Tracy returns with Leyla, she’s shocked by what she finds and worried she’s totally blown it for Leyla by meddling. 

Has Liam made a fool out of himself yet again?

Talking about the impact of Leyla’s accusation, actor Johnny McPherson - who plays Liam in the ITV soap - revealed: "Liam is absolutely devastated.

"The idea of somebody that you love thinking you're capable of doing some inappropriate with someone who's 18, 19, and has effectively been a daughter, is so outrageously inappropriate.

"It goes beyond being angry or frustrated. He's absolutely devastated."

He added: "I think to jump to a conclusion as quickly as Leyla does, that will be difficult to get over.”

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