While we’re overjoyed that Aaron Dingle and Robert Sugden have reunited, one worry that can’t help but play in the back of everyone’s mind is what if Emmerdale goes and splits them up again for the pure dramz? Well, luckily, Danny Miller has set out to put minds at ease on that score as he has confirmed that he and Ryan Hawley have been promised that there are no more tears.
Last week, fans saw the estranged couple finally talk through their issues and commit to each other once more as they decided to make another go of things. And Danny reckons that a lot has changed and things could really work out this time.
He told Metro.co.uk: ‘I think this is it for them. I think all the high drama stuff is done. And I think a different side of them is shown, this is the happier side of life. They’ve got Liv there, they’ve got Seb to look after as well, and there’s every reason why they should.
‘We’ve been promised there’s no more tears!’
That’s a relief. While every soap character needs to face hardships to keep the drama alive, it’s reassuring that any obstacles that Robron face in the immediate future will be taken on as a couple.
Ryan added: ‘The failure of their previous attempts has seen them learn things about themselves and they’re more mature now and willing to make sacrifices they wouldn’t have done before anything happened. I guess we’ll see. It is soap, anything can happen.
‘It is a complete family that they’ve got of their own. Robert, Aaron, Liv, Seb and even Gerry is in there – it’s a nice little unit they’ve got. It’ll be good to see them stick together.’
The reaction from viewers to the long awaited reaction was almost exclusively positive – and the stars are still overwhelmed by the level of support they receive from fans for their work on the on screen relationship.
Ryan smiled: ‘The fact that they’d write an episode like that, it shows how important it is to us as well as to the show, that people are that passionate about these characters and it is an incredible thing to have and we’re both very grateful for it.’
Long live Robron!