Paul (played by Stefan Dennis) has bid farewell to several loved ones in recent months on Neighbours, with two of his children and grandson beginning a new life in America. One character who the Channel 5 soap stalwart wasn’t expecting to get close to again was his son, killer Robert Robinson (Adam Hunter), who donated his kidney to his half-brother David Tanaka (Takaya Honda) at Christmas. With the murderer’s daughter, Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donavan), now living in Erinsborough with her grandfather, could he be left distraught as she leaves Australia during the show’s anniversary week?
The veteran was shocked to discover his son had conceived a child when she turned up in Erinsborough last year and since then, she has become a major part of the community.
However, shortly after her arrival, her mother Prue Wallace (Denise Van Outen) turned up to throw a spanner in the works, urging her daughter to return to London with her.
Unfortunately, the troublesome character was more devoted to her commitments with a cult called The Order and left her child on Ramsay Street.
As the soap’s anniversary approaches, the mother-of-one will return to the fold to stir up more trouble for the likes of Paul, but will this lead to a shock exit?
It has already been revealed Prue will return and find herself in the centre of a proposal plot as she accepts Gary Canning’s (Damian Richardson) hand in marriage after the pair had a brief fling before her original departure.
One thing she is going to have to face up to will be reuniting with daughter Harlow after months of no contact between the pair.
Known for her troublemaking ways, will the cult group member be able to pry her loved one away once more and she convince her child she’s changed?
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk as she prepares to host in Proud Cabaret Embankment’s latest showcase, Cabaret All Stars, actress Denise Van Outen, 45, teased what’s to come for her character.
This would also leave teenager Hendrix Grayson (Benny Turland) heartbroken as he was just getting his head around his feelings for Harlow.
Will the strong-willed teenager agree to leave with her mother, or will she stick by Paul’s side as she fails to believe her mother has changed.
Viewers will have to wait and see what’s to come from Prue’s return, but Denise explained of her time on the show: “They were a brilliant cast and I made some really good friends now.
“I love it. It was such a great thing to be part of such an iconic show and then to be spending time with all those amazing people. And I’ve so much respect for the actors because they work incredibly hard.”
Next month, Denise will take centre stage in a Vegas-styled Cabaret show presented by Proud Cabaret Embankment, which will be running at the iconic London venue for an initial six week run from March 5.
Guests will be treated to a night of entertainment from the worlds of burlesque and all things Gatsby-esque as they enjoy a three-course dinner, with cocktails on offer based on around the theme of the prohibition-era.
Revealing why she wanted to get involved, the Neighbours star said: “I lived in Los Angeles for three years. There was a burlesque club there and they used to have burlesque dancers and performers.
“And I love that and I was like, I wish London had something like this. I don’t really know any London venue that’s gone all out and put on a proper show like this, you know, so I think it’s gonna be really good.”
Cabaret All Stars at Proud Embankment launches on Thursday 5th March and you can find out more about the event HERE.