You know it’s gonna be a week of drama when a soap sends a character abroad and follows them internationally and that is never any different for our friends on Ramsay Street. Next week sees Harlow Robinson (Jemma Donovan) head to London where she bumps into her Aunt Harriet (Amanda Holden).

When Harlow arrives in London, she ignores Ned’s calls, but a brief encounter with a charismatic stranger puts her in a better mood. She meets up with Aunt Harriet, and her day gets even better. The fun they were having hits a snag when Harriet realizes she lost Prue’s diary, and Harlow is devastated. Searching for the diary sees another guest star pop up as Sophie Ellis-Bextor gives Harlow some words of advice – will it be not to murder anyone on the dancefloor?

Not the first soap role for Amanda Holden having previously appeared on EastEnders (Picture: Channel 5)

Her mind focused on Ned, Harlow sips a drink with Corey. She’s finally enjoying her holiday… until she finds out her aunt has stolen her mother’s diary. Why would Harriet lie to her, and how will she be able to retrieve it?

Meanwhile, back in Erinsborough, Ned Willis (Ben Hall) steels himself to have a difficult conversation with Amy, but he’s surprised to realise Harlow only told Amy half the story. How long can Ned keep his dirty little secret from his new girlfriend?

This ain’t love this is Sophie Ellis-Bextor (Picture: Channel 5)

Harlow’s torn over Corey’s suggestion she burn her mother’s diary. It’s her last connection to Prue, but she wants to be free of The Order, so she ultimately burns the diary. After making amends with her Aunt, she offers to shout Corey a thank-you dinner. When he lets Harlow know he’s into her, Harlow reluctantly turns him down as Ned still plays in the back of her mind. She suggests they stay as friends, but is this spark too bright to put out?

A holiday romance for Harlow? (Picture: Channel 5)

Neghbours airs these scenes from Monday March 28 at 1:45pm on Channel 5.