Dominic Brunt, who plays the vet, told Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins that viewers should watch out for clues in upcoming episodes.
The actor revealed that the Paddy and Rhona (played by Zoe Henry) would go to The Woolpack to celebrate the end of their marriage and genuinely still like each other.
He dropped a huge hint that they would reunite but warned that it may take a while, commenting: "We don't get together massively quickly because of Pierce… I don't know what's going to happen."
Dominic added: "Watch tonight and you will see a little clue."
Dominic Brunt hinted that his character could reunite with his ex-wife
Kate and Charlotte quizzed Dominic about Paddy's future
We don't get together quickly because of Pierce
The star will celebrate 20 years on the ITV soap this week, which he admitted he was shocked by, and claimed the only reason he managed to survive was because bosses "forgot to sack him".
Emmerdale took home Best Serial Drama at the National Television Awards this year but unfortunately the star missed out on the win as he stayed at home.
He revealed he was "in bed" and received a text telling him the soap had won the prestigious award but he stole a snap with the trophy on set.
Dominic revealed the award is "being thrown around the building" as everyone wants a photo with it but added, everyone "is really over the moon" with the win.
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Dominic added that he had survived on the soap because bosses forgot to 'sack him'
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Tamara Ecclestone was slammed by viewers as she defended her breastfeeding snap
Many of those tuning in branded her an "attention seeker" for her appearance on the breakfast show.
One viewer tweeted: "@GMB attention seeker. Would she post it if her boobs were small/saggy? Nah."
While another added: "@GMB to be honest I think her putting the pic out there was more about HER and for more attention, than it was for the 'cause'."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.