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    Roxy Willis’ homecoming plans have been revealed just weeks after her exit from Neighbours.

    Although Roxy Willis (Zima Anderson) left Neighbours just a few weeks ago, the program has confirmed that she will return next week as part of Ned’s (Ben Hall) leaving storyline.

    After his romance with Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) was uncovered at Fashion Week, destroying Amy Greenwood’s (Jacinta Stapleton) big moment, Ned has become the public’s worst enemy.

    Meanwhile, Harlow is keen to try things out with Ned now that the truth has been revealed. Ned, on the other hand, is split between his affections for both her and Amy and hence is unsure what to do.

    Roxy appears.

    Spoilers for next week state that Ned seeks Roxy’s opinion on the matter, and a sneak peek at the end of Friday’s (May 6) episode of the Australian soap teased the moments in issue, proving that star Zima Anderson is indeed back on our screens.

    Ned can be seen on video asking Roxy for guidance on how to handle his current circumstances. ‘Perhaps you simply need a change of scenery,’ Roxy responds a suggestion that seems to hit home with him.

    Ned will leave Ramsay Street in subsequent scenes, following in Roxy’s footsteps.

    As viewers are aware, Roxy left Erinsborough last month after learning she was pregnant with Kyle Canning’s (Chris Milligan) child.

    ‘I’m really sad that I don’t get to live through the pregnancy, because I demanded to be pregnant!,’ Zima told Metro.co.uk at the time.

    ‘I was like to the producer: “Jason [Herbison], make Roxy pregnant!” and he wouldn’t [laughs].

    ‘I was terrified that I wouldn’t get it by the time my contract was up. In the end when I found out Roxy was going to be pregnant, I was like: “Do I get the baby bump?”, and he was like: “You can wear it in-between! Off camera”. [laughs]. The only reason I wanted to be pregnant was to get a really cute baby bump! [laughs].’

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