KYLE Winchester is crumbling under pressure as he tries to keep his involvement in Al Chapman’s death a secret.
But the eleven-year-old makes a shocking confession to another Emmerdale resident next week.
Keeping secrets is a habit for some villagers but it’ll clearly take Kyle some getting used to.
The young boy portrayed by Huey Quinn has been troubled by his guilty conscience after he killed Al Chapman.
But both are finding it just as hard to get back to a seemingly normal life.
Coming up on ITV, the pair of women discuss bringing Kyle and Isaac to the choir event just as Amy worries about letting her son out of her sight.
The family later gets to the village hall and into the festive spirit.
But when Amy and Moira lose Kyle for a split second, they later see him speaking to PC Swirling about Cain.
Panicking, they swoop in before anything is revealed but the police officer figures out that something isn’t right and is troubled by their jittery behaviour.
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Amy and Moira are desperate to find out what Kyle told PC Swirling but only end up upsetting him further.
They quickly hatch a plan to give the boy the best ever Christmas in an attempt of keeping his mind of off things and returning his life back to normal.
In private, however, Amy struggles to pull herself together and the pressure also mounts on an overwhelmed Moira.
Cain first insisted he was innocent but, upon realising what that could mean for his son, he decided to backtrack and take the fall for him.
He initially kept Kyle’s role in Al’s death a secret before letting Moira know what had truly happened.
Kyle, on the other hand, chose to come clean on his own to his mother Amy.
Following Kyle and Cain’s confessions, Amy and Moira temporarily left the eponymous village before returning with the firm intention of protecting the young boy.
But will a traumatised Kyle spill the beans?
Tune in to ITV to find out.