Emmerdale reunion sparks Natalie J Robb and Jonny McPherson dating rumours

Emmerdale stars Natalie J Robb and Jonny McPherson have sparked dating rumours after appearing on a video call sat next to each other.

The duo, who play Moira Dingle and Dr Liam Cavanagh, recently joined their co-stars to celebrate Liam Fox’s 50th during a virtual birthday party on Zoom.

And now fans can’t help but think they have moved in together amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A source told The Sun: ‘Natalie has had her fair share of romps as Moira but this time she’s found love off screen. Everyone is so happy for them.

‘Lockdown gave them some quality time together and they couldn’t be happier. It’s still early days but Natalie can’t stop smiling.’

They could also just be housemates…

Kelli Hollis, who plays Ali Spencer in the soap, shared a screenshot of their Zoom session on her Twitter account.

In the caption, the actress wrote: ‘Happy big 50 foxy. @Liamfoxactor thank you so much for making me a part of another special day. So great to see lots of lovely faces.’

She was joined by the likes of Paddy Kirk star Dominic Brunt and Matty Burton actor Ash Palmisciano.

Natalie and Jonny are yet to address the rumours, however, a representative for Emmerdale declined to comment when approached by Metro.co.uk.

It comes after Natalie addressed her dating life at the end of last year, where she confirmed her relationship status.

At the time, she told The Mirror: ‘I don’t have time for romance. I am still single. But I am quite a happy single person. You accept yourself.

‘Statistics prove that you are a lot happier and healthier now if you are single, because you don’t have to compromise.’

The star added: ‘You are in control. You get pickier when you get older, you know what you don’t want.’

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