Casualty confirms tragedy in Adi Kapadia's baby story this weekend

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Photo credit: BBC

Casualty spoilers follow.

Casualty is going to air tragedy for Adi Kapadia this weekend (April 23), as his baby storyline takes a dark turn.

Viewers, and Adi's boyfriend Marty, recently learned that he is about to become a father, with Jessica serving as a surrogate. While it's a lot to get his hand around, Marty has agreed to support his on/off other half.

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Photo credit: BBC

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Saturday's episode will see Adi and Jessica turn up to the ward, with Jessica concerned about some bleeding she had been experiencing. As Paige runs some tests, Marty and Adi will have a heart-to-heart about why the latter wants to be a father so much, and what it means for them potentially going forward as a couple.

Unfortunately, Paige will then reappear and break the horrible news: the baby's heartbeat has stopped.

Jessica and Adi will both be devastated, with the former blaming herself for losing the baby, but Adi is going to comfort her and tell her that it's not her fault and that she shouldn't blame herself.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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After that, Marty will find Adi alone in the waiting room, and they share a moment together. Will they get back together, or will Adi not be able to put aside his tragic loss?

For spoilers for all the other Casualty storylines airing this weekend, including Stevie's hearing, you can find them right here.

Casualty airs these scenes on Saturday, April 23 on BBC One.

Read more Casualty spoilers on our dedicated homepage

Sands supports anyone affected by the death of a baby. You can contact the Sands National Helpline on 0808 164 3332, or email helpline@sands.org.uk.

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