Hollyoaks’ Cher exposed as Mercedes returns and Martine shares kiss with Felix

Hollyoaks favourite Mercedes McQueen (Jennifer Metcalfe) returns to the village in upcoming scenes.

The McQueens are delighted to have Mercedes back following her stay in a psychiatric hospital.

She’s in good spirits, but her husband, Sylver McQueen (David Tag) still has baby fever, and she soon breaks the news that kidnapping Diane Hutchinson's (Alex Fletcher) baby has made her not want to have a baby anymore.

Later, evil Cher McQueen (Bethannie Hare) gets back to her meddling ways and encourages Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) to go and see Mercedes, knowing it will overwhelm her. Later, Mercedes makes a shocking discovery.

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The Dog landlady becomes convinced that she didn’t take baby Eva, but is she pointing the blame at the wrong person? Meanwhile, Sylver gets some bad news from the fertility clinic.

Peri Lomax (Ruby O'Donnell) overhears a conversation Mercedes is having and gets the wrong end of the stick, resulting in the revelation that Cher was the one who framed Mercedes for kidnapping baby Eva.

Armed with Peri’s revelation, Mercedes confronts her scheming step-daughter Cher after months of manipulation. Will Cher admit the truth, and will Mercedes tell Sylver what his daughter is really like?

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Sylver looks into IVF, but later realises the cash from a big job he hasn’t even started on yet has gone missing.

He's later shocked to discover that money in his account is missing, and Mercedes is left scrambling for words.

Elsewhere in the village, dodgy Fergus Collins (Robert Beck) and Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) decide to buy Price Slice, so, orchestrated by the pair, the council give owner Martine Deveraux (Kellé Bryan) an official warning about the shop’s trading hours and Warren uses the importance of family to try and convince Toby Faroe (Bobby Gordon) that his family let the shop go.

Fergus brings in business partner Timmy (Sam Tutty) to pose as a property release representative and talk to Walter Deveraux (Trevor A. Toussaint) but it doesn’t work.

After some convincing from Fergus, Warren agrees to try one more thing and they plan to rob Price Slice to scare the Devereaux family.

The plan to rob Price Slice grows riskier when Fergus suggests they rob the safe with Timmy’s help. Maxine Minniver (Nikki Sanderson) almost finds the bag of tools but Warren snaps at her for snooping around.

She reminds him it’s the anniversary of her wedding to Patrick on the following day and he offers to take her away to help her forget about it.

The robbery is set to take place, but whilst Warren is in the middle of stealing from the safe, Timmy spots a police officer in the village.

One village resident life is in jeopardy after an altercation during the Price Slice robbery, as police try to figure out who the culprit is.

When Warren is questioned by the police, Joel Dexter (Rory Douglas Speed) gives him an alibi, but later discovers that his dad was lying.

Trying to keep Martine positive, Felix insists that they have fun. Martine mentions her wig appointment and her worries about cancer defining her, so Felix comes up with the idea, to do a wig fashion shoot.

When one of the wigs reminds him of how Martine looked when they first met, they share an intimate moment.

Martine is left feeling guilty for having an intimate moment with taken Felix, and that guilty is amplified when his girlfriend Grace Black (Tamara Wall) gives her a gift.

Also, Donna-Marie Quinn (Lucy-Jo Hudson) sits outside The Dog and quickly finds herself in an argument with Goldie McQueen (Chelsea Healey).

The furious spat between the pair results in Goldie revealing that Donna-Marie's son Romeo Nightingale (Owen Warner) slept with Mercedes, but what will she choose to do with this information?

Brooke Hathaway (Tylan Grant) starts to question their relationship with Imran Maalik (Ijaz Rana) and a conversation with Ripley Lennox (Ki Griffin) makes them come to a realisation.

Brooke uses the term non-binary for the first time aloud as they have a heart to heart with Imran. Later, Brooke fills Ripley in on the day, and Ripley has an offer for them.

Hollyoaks airs weekday on Channel 4 at 6.30pm followed by first-look episode on E4 at 7pm

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