Back in 2015, Ashley Thomas was diagnosed with vascular dementia. Since then, fans of the show knew that his remaining time was limited and next week, "Emmerdale" spoilers hint, viewers will witness his last moments to his dying breath.
Ashley Thomas's dementia diagnosis confirmed that he will not last long on the ITV show. He is supposed to be in the storyline only for as long as it lasts and his time is drawing near. In fact, the latest "Emmerdale" spoilers say that the upcoming episode will show him going home to be surrounded by his family before he draws his last breath.
However, everyone around him still hopes that he will overcome his vascular dementia. But Ashley Thomas's health is not looking up, as "Emmerdale" spoilers point to him coughing up blood while he is still at the hospice. Because of that, he is rushed to the hospital, Digital Spy wrote, where his family waits anxiously for news regarding the state of his health.
However, the health professionals then tell Ashley Thomas's kin that his prognosis is not positive. Ashley's time is drawing near and "Emmerdale" spoilers hint that the next episode will be his last. That is why Laurel decides to bring him home for him to be able to see the rest of his family and friends for the last time.
"Emmerdale" spoilers also gave a clue with regard to Ashley Thomas's daughter Gabby is holding up. Viewers will also witness the former vicar's daughter Gabby trying to get some more time with her dying dad, The Sun shared. She is not pleased that Laurel invited so many people over as she is devastated over the news that her dad's waking moments are now limited. However, Bernice steps in to reassure her that she will get the quality time she wanted with Ashley Thomas.
Towards the end, "Emmerdale" spoilers gave a clue that Ashley Thomas's death will not be a lonely one. The former vicar will be surrounded by those familiar with him, sharing anecdotes. But after that, it will just be him and his wife Laurel until his dying moment.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.