Emmerdale’s Chas and Paddy bury baby daughter in heartbreaking funeral scenes

Emmerdale viewers will definitely be in tears next week when Chas Dingle and Paddy Kirk bury their baby daughter.

The devastated parents have to say goodbye to their daughter in heartbreaking funeral scenes.

All of the villagers line the streets as Chas and Paddy’s friends and neighbours come out to support them in their hour of need.

There are fears that Chas won’t turn up to Grace’s funeral as she struggles to cope with the loss of her child.

Viewers have watched Chas push the funeral to the back of her mind for weeks, leaving all the arrangements to Paddy.

Chas breaks down while looking through Grace’s memory box on the important day.

Cain comforts his chocked up sister as they hug in a touching moment.

It’s finally time for the parents to put their daughter to rest as the hearse arrives.

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Brave Chas and Paddy find the inner strength to walk to make the painful walk to the church.

Paddy clutches a moses basket where Grace is held as they follow Harriet Finch in a procession.

The entire Dingle clan are out in force to say a final farewell to baby Grace.

Emmerdale fans were left in tears earlier this month when Chas and Paddy had to let their daughter go.

They knew that Grace wouldn’t survive as she was diagnoses with a kidney problem while in the womb.

Heartbreaking flashforwards showed the life that they could have led if Grace survived.

They bravely carried on after Grace’s death, but Chas finally broke down after son Aaron Dingle married Robert Sugden.

*Emmerdale continues tonight on ITV at 7pm

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