Emmerdale's Marlon makes heartbreaking discovery about Rhona

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Emmerdale spoilers follow.

Marlon Dingle has made a heartbreaking discovery about Rhona Goskirk after returning home in Emmerdale.

Monday's episode saw Rhona buzzing with plans about how she'd be running round-the-clock care for Marlon once he was home, with Mary trying to assure her she'd be there to back her up.

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Photo credit: ITV

Over at the hospital, the staff were getting Marlon ready to go home — with his nurse jokingly insisting she "really didn't want to see" him back on the stroke ward again.

By the time the ambulance driver got Marlon home, he shed a tear as he admitted he "couldn't be happier" to be back in Emmerdale after everything he'd been through.

There were some awkward moments as everyone tried to get Marlon used to his new surroundings. Later, as Marlon seemingly slept, Rhona and Mary spoke about how Marlon had a little trouble when trying to use the toilet.

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Photo credit: ITV

"He got really cross with me at one point, but I don't know, it felt normal," Rhona explained.

Rhona said it made her think about what Mary had previously talked about — how she could end up "walking away" from Marlon if it got any harder.

"In that moment, I realised I was wrong," Rhona explained. "I could never walk away from him. No matter what."

As they went to get a cup of tea, Marlon opened his eyes — revealing he'd been listening and was deeply hurt that Rhona had spoken to her mum about walking away.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Viewers know Rhona never seriously considered giving up on Marlon, going so far as to threaten to kick Mary out of the house for even suggesting it. Will Marlon understand this?

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on the ITV Hub.

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Stroke Association has further information and support on stroke. You can call their helpline on 0303 3033 100 or visit their website at www.stroke.org.uk. Readers in the US can contact the American Stroke Association.

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