Emmerdale fans saw a big change with baby Seb in the last episode of the show


Eagle eyes Emmerdale fans noticed that baby Seb looked very different in the last episode of soap.

The young man returned to the show last night (April 16), after being absent for a while. Robert Sugden went to get Seb – who was living with his mother Rebecca White and his partner Ross Barton – to take him to a rental meeting.

Robert and her husband, Aaron Dingle, wanted Seb to be there while they met with Natalie, as they want to start a family together with her help.

Onlookers, however, noted that baby Seb had been reworked.

Emmerdale - Robert and Seb in August 2018

Lily, who originally played the baby Seb.


Previously, Seb had been played by a girl named Lily, but now the character is being portrayed as a young actor.

ITV had nothing to add when contacted by Digital Spy, but of course it is not uncommon for children's characters to be frequently reworked as they grow up.

That did not stop people on Twitter from being surprised by the change:

At the end of last year, Emmerdale Fans were annoyed by Robert and Aaron after they had to take Seb back to Rebecca. Since then, Seb lives in Liverpool with Rebecca and Ross.

In other news of returnees, Emmerdale Actor Frazer Hines – who played Robert's uncle, Joe Sugden – has recently expressed an interest in returning. Joe was killed off-screen in an apparent car accident in 1995.

Frazer Hines filming as Joe Sugden at Emmerdale in 1989

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"The fans always want me back," he said. The mirror. "They say," Why do not you come back for six months as a guest? "And I would do that."

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