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Home and Away’s Irene Roberts sparks further concern in loneliness story

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Next week, Irene Roberts from Home and Away will worry her friends because the soap opera is continuing her story of loneliness as a longtime Summer Bay resident.

Irene has been experiencing loneliness lately, and when her friend and temporary houseguest, John Palmer, moves back into his own place the next week, her mental health will only get worse.

In scenes that will premiere on Channel 5 in the UK the week of September 11, Irene is feeling upbeat following her candid conversation with friend Marilyn Chambers, during which she admitted that she has been feeling lonely and that her life hasn’t turned out the way she had hoped.

Irene makes the decision to ask John over for supper after their candid discussion. Marilyn, however, objects to this action, pointing out that John had only moved out earlier in the day.

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Marilyn responds to Alf Stewart when he asks the same topic later, pointing out that Irene is clearly enjoying John’s company.

Irene leaves work early to make John supper, and she cheerfully sets up the Scrabble board for a game. However, while she is finishing up dessert, John abruptly calls her to cancel and spend time videochatting with his son Jett.

After they recently pretended to be a couple to trick their friends, Marilyn sees how unhappy Irene is and wonders whether her buddy has started feeling something for John.

Irene makes the decision to ask John over for supper after their candid discussion. Marilyn, however, objects to this action, pointing out that John had only moved out earlier in the day.

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Marilyn responds to Alf Stewart when he asks the same topic later, pointing out that Irene is clearly enjoying John’s company.

Irene leaves work early to make John supper, and she cheerfully sets up the Scrabble board for a game. However, while she is finishing up dessert, John abruptly calls her to cancel and spend time videochatting with his son Jett.

After they recently pretended to be a couple to trick their friends, Marilyn sees how unhappy Irene is and wonders whether her buddy has started feeling something for John.

Later on, Marilyn confides in Mackenzie Booth about her worries about Irene, fearing that her friend is lonely.

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When Irene returns home alone and uses the Scrabble board to spell the word “solitude,” Marilyn and Mac appear at her door with dessert and pasta.

Irene decides that she will have to grow used to being alone over time even if she appreciates the food and the company.

Has Irene’s friendship with her pals helped her turn the corner?

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