On Neighbours, Aunt Harriet (guest star Amanda Holden) has been assisting her niece Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) in her search for her mother Prue’s missing journal.
Harlow’s diary is the final personal item he has to remember Prue by.
But Harlow has no idea that the missing diary has been right under her nose the entire time.
And the thief happens to be a family member…
When Harlow realizes that Aunt Harriet has stolen the diary, what will she do?
WHY does she desire the journal in the first place?
Is Aunt Harriet, like Prue before her, hiding some dark secrets?
Meanwhile, Corey Smythe-Jones (Laurence Boxhall) makes it clear that he is smitten with Harlow.
Could a holiday romance with Corey in London be exactly what Harlow needs to distract her from Ned Willis (Ben Hall) in Erinsborough?
Roxy Willis (Zima Anderson) and her husband Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan) have made no secret of their desire to start a family as soon as possible.
Kyle, on the other hand, draws the line when he learns that Roxy has invited the entire Ramsay Street to the Canning House for a pregnancy test party!
Kyle is concerned.
What happens if the pregnancy test comes back negative?
Is it truly necessary for the couple to suffer in front of their friends and family?
Roxy is furious when she learns that Kyle has surreptitiously informed everyone that the party has been canceled!
But she’s determined not to let Kyle mar the big occasion.
The pregnancy test has been completed.
But what will be the outcome?
Ned realizes that sooner or later, he’ll have to tell his girlfriend, Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton), the truth about him and Harlow.
Ned braces himself for an unpleasant discussion with Amy.
However, he is in for a rude awakening when he learns that a suspicious Amy has already dialed Harlow’s number in London…
How much of what happened between Harlow and Ned while they were lost in the bush at River Bend did Harlow tell Amy?
If Amy discovers that Ned has another lady on his mind, would she give him his marching orders?
Simon has long been a fan of soap operas, and he particularly enjoys tales with malevolent twins, hair-pulling catfights, and natural disasters.
Anyone recall the quake/tidal wave that hit Sunset Beach?
In Dynasty, remember when Krystle Carrington was trapped in the attic and replaced by a look-alike Rita?
Simon has written for Inside Soap, Nickelodeon, What’s On TV, Radio Times, Metro, Girl Talk, Disney Girl, Toxic!, and Digital Spy, among other TV and children’s magazines/websites.
He’s interviewed glammed-up stars from soapland on the red carpet at The British Soap Awards, and he organized a Facebook LIVE session for Metro with Home and Away great Ray Meagher (Alf “Stone the flamin’ birds!” Stewart) to commemorate the Australian soap’s 30th anniversary.
Simon is also a co-author of The Coronation Street Treasures (Carlton Books)