She denies that her entire life has changed.
Ziggy and her unborn child encounter peril at the garage, setting up a potentially hazardous environment for her in Home and Away.
Although Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) and Dean (Patrick O’Connor) are expecting a child, she is determined to reconcile her work and pregnancy.
A frightened Dean will advise his expecting fiancée to tell her supervisor about the pregnancy in subsequent scenes, but she takes Justin’s offer of a promotion at the garage.
Dean is disappointed at Ziggy’s choice and is concerned that she is endangering the health of both the mother and the child.
To show Dean and Justin that she can handle herself and the workload, Ziggy goes to the garage by herself.
She inhales poisonous fumes while distracted and passes out. Tane fortunately finds Ziggy, but is the infant okay?
The terrifying scene, according to Ziggy actress Sophie Dillman, is brought on by her character’s fatigue, she told Australia’s TV Week.
She said, “She gets dizzy from smelling pollutants, but it also derives from weariness. She denies that her entire life has changed. She’s convinced she can handle anything. Undoubtedly, she is a superwoman, but sadly, she is limited in what she can accomplish.
Dillman talked openly about how it was “essential” to convey spectators the problems that genuine couples face when dealing with a pregnancy.
When it comes to motherhood and issues like how they’ll balance Jai or even cope with just one car, overheard discussions have to enter the picture. As a result, we see everything: worry, dread, pleasure – from both of them – and conflict. Due to the reality that it occurs, it is crucial to demonstrate that.