Characterisation Edit

"Beautiful and bubbly, Darcy may seem like butter wouldn’t melt, but don’t be fooled; this girl is cunning, dangerous and there’s no lie she wouldn’t tell to get what she wants; deception comes second nature to Darcy."



Darcy has been presumed dead for many years, and while Maxine Minniver and Adam Donovan are engaged, Maxine decides to find more out about Darcy, and traces her back to a waitress called "Rebecca".

Maxine and Neeta Kaur are shocked that they happened to meet Rebecca immediately.

Maxine gets an inkling that Rebecca may be Darcy, and brings Tracey Donovan with her to her café. Tracey is scared and runs away.

Darcy arrives back in the village, interrupting Adam's engagement.

The two are seen by Maxine kissing on the city wall.


Darcy soon sets her sight on Jack, though she is only interested in the material support he can provide.

Jack turns her down at first, but eventually gives in. Everybody in Jack's life tells him that Darcy has an ulterior motive, but Jack will not listen to them. Jack proposes and Darcy accepts, believing he will soon die from heart disease.

Jack and Darcy marry, but then Jack reveals he will actually be able to get bypass surgery.

Darcy poisons Jack's drink, but then has a change of heart. After Esther Bloom accidentally drinks the poison, Darcy realises she has to flee the village.

Darcy blackmails Glenn that she will tell everyone about his involvement in covering up Tracey's death if he does not help her escape. Darcy and Toby then leave the village together.

Kill CountEdit


  • Total: 1

Attempted murdersEdit

  • Jack Osborne: Darcy poisons Jack's drink however she has a change of heart and Esther Bloom drinks It without knowing the danger and nearly dies.
  • Total: 1

Quotes Edit

  • "Hey, what can I get you?" - First line, to Maxine Minniver and Neeta Kaur.
  • "Give me that letter. I've waited for years to get Adam back in my life and I'm not going to let you destroy my happiness." - To Tracey Donovan, before Darcey murders her.
  • "Just start with the road out of here." Last line, to her son Toby Wilde.

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