On Home and Away last week, Felicity Newman (Jacqui Purvis) agreed to Tane Parata’s (Ethan Browne) plan while Heather (Sofia Nolan) targeted additional residents.
This week, Heather exacts revenge on Emily Symons’s Marilyn Chambers, baby fever strikes, and a new resident loses their cool.
Although Heather has managed to dupe numerous Summer Bay residents with her endearing persona, this week she begins to show her true colours.
She persuades Marilyn to leave the city and invites Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger), Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker), Leah Patterson, Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher), and Leah Patterson for “brunch.”
When Marilyn wakes up strapped to a chair and witnesses her friends’ arrival helplessly, she instantly realises that her pals are in jeopardy.
Marilyn is “overwhelmed with remorse,” says Emily, and it’s “the worst conceivable conclusion,” according to Yahoo Lifestyle.
She may not be able to fully comprehend what has happened or the predicament she is in. She claims that it’s surreal for her.
Although Heather’s fans hate her, Emily reveals that the actress is actually very attractive.
“Working with Sofia was amazing; she is a delight. She’s a fantastic little actress, she claims.
Fans were enamoured with the small village of Young, so the cast and crew travelled there in May to film this specific tale.
Emily recalls, “The trip to Young was great.” We had a great time visiting a new place. And Young’s residents were nice to us.
Dean is worried about Ziggy.
Since baby Grace left with Tori Morgan (Penny McNamee) and Christian Green, Summer Bay has not heard the pitter-patter of little feet (Ditch Davey).
As Dean Thompson (Patrick O’Connor) and Ziggy Astoni (Sophie Dillman) get ready to receive their child, this is about to alter.
Dean is shocked when Ziggy abruptly cancels their 12-week ultrasound because she has been worrying about whether their baby will live to term.
In a frank exchange, Ziggy admits that she is afraid to attend any doctor’s appointments in case the baby has a problem.
According to Sophie Dillman, it has been difficult to experience major pregnancy milestones with her real-life boyfriend by her side.
“All of a sudden, thoughts and sensations such as, Oh My God, what if We Actually Have a Baby? come into it. Is this the process? I’m scared, will you be scared? “Am I supposed to be this sick?” she asks.
The actress claims that although the narrative is “wonderful” and features “quite normal pregnancy symptoms,” playing a pregnant role has been “strange.”
“I believe that until you have truly experienced [pregnancy symptoms], you cannot adequately think about them. But since I’m pretending to have them, I now have to consider it,” she chuckles.
It’s very strange, but it’s also very enjoyable. Playing a pregnant woman with mood swings, nausea, and food cravings was a tonne of fun.
The couple will probably face further difficulties as they travel along this new route.
Bree’s spouse exhibits irritability
Despite being smitten with Bree Cameron (Juliet Godwin), Remi Carter (Adam Rowland) has been honest about her marriage.
Remi hasn’t felt it because Bree’s husband Jacob is frequently preoccupied with his job as a fly-in, fly-out mechanic in the mines.
He discovers Bree sharing a romantic breakfast with Remi at Salt when he unexpectedly surprises Bree with a trip to Summer Bay.
Remi discovers that Jacob has a really bad temper as the situation quickly worsens. Is Bree in danger?