EMMERDALE fans noticed a huge blunder as the night Graham and Andrea had sex switches from New Year’s Day to Valentine’s Day.
The past few months has been chaos for the Tate family as Graham Foster reminded Andrea that he could be the father of her daughter Millie – rather than her husband Jamie.
When Graham and Andrea originally discussed the night they had sex, it was on New Year’s Day.
However, on Boxing Day’s episode, the date shifted to Valentine’s Day.
Considering Millie’s birthday is in September, she would have been born nearly two months premature for Graham to be the dad.
While a DNA test proved Graham isn’t the father, if they did have sex on Valentine’s Day, Andrea would realise the dates don’t add up.
The mistake didn’t make its way past Emmerdale fans though, who shared the error on Twitter.
One person said: “So I’m a little confused… AGAIN! I’m sure a few months ago it was said Graham & Andrea slept together on New Year Eve/Day? Now it’s said to be Valentines Day! Which is it? #Emmerdale”
Another added: “Andrea claimed tonight to have had sex with Graham on Valentines Day. Graham said it was New Years and both had been drinking, he’d fallen off the wagon. Millie’s birthday was September. Emmerdale researchers not exactly meticulous, why, is this not basic stuff?”
A third remarked: “Oh @emmerdale BIG mistake in the storyline! You originally said Graham and Andrea slept together on NYD and yet on Boxing Day, Andrea said it was Valentines Day! If that was the case, Millie was either born really early or Graham could never have been the father #emmerdale”
Graham not being the father of Millie isn’t the only thing going south for the ex-army man as he will be murdered in the new year.
The businessman will be brutally shot down by a mystery assailant as he tries to escape the village with Rhona.
There will be multiple suspects, including scorned lover Kim Tate, her helper Al Chapman, and Charity Dingle – who will blame Graham when her son Noah overdoses on drugs.