Emmerdale fans were left in tears tonight as Lisa Dingle’s loved ones discovered she had died.
Zak cradled his tragic wife’s lifeless body and had the unenviable task of telling his daughter that her mum ha passed away.
Belle was initially in denial, before bursting into tears and begging to have a final moment with her mum.
Emmerdale viewers claimed it was the most heartbreaking scene in the show’s history – but some noticed something fishy.
Despite Manpreet confirming that Lisa was dead, some fans are convinced she is still alive.
Emmerdale viewers took to Twitter after spotting Lisa moving.
““She’s gone love” Her chest is moving when she breathes so I’d probably check again Zak,” said one viewer.
Another added: “Has noone noticed she’s been breathing in the last 19 minutes?”
“#Emmerdale Poor #Belle but at least there has been a #Dingle death natural causes. Poor old #Lisa although I can see her breathing what say you,” said a third.
The Dingle family came together in heartbreaking scenes after discovering that Lisa had passed away.
Just moments before, the wedding guests had been partying at the club, completely unaware that Lisa was dead.
It was down to Lydia to break the tragic news to everyone in The Woolpack.
Saying goodbye to his wife, Zak said: “You stole my heart Lisa Dingle. Forever and all time. Sleep tight my love.”
While distraught Belle added: “You’re not gone. Not really. You were the best mum and I love you so much.”
They all stood outside Wishing Well cottage as they watched Lisa’s body being taken away in a private ambulance.
Actress Jane Cox discussed her emotional exit on Friday’s This Morning.
Speaking about her last scenes, she said: “It was a huge mixture of emotions, my lovely Steve Halliwell… the tears were real because I’m never going to work with them again.”
Explaining her reason for leaving the ITV soap, she said: “Suddenly felt that if I didn’t do it now I probably never would. but the 23 years had gone in a flash.”
*Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm with an extra episode on Thursdays at 8pm
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