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Home and Away confirms return for Justin Morgan’s daughter Ava

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What precipitated her unanticipated return?

Ava Gilbert, the estranged daughter of Justin Morgan, will be going back to Summer Bay, according to Home and Away.

Ava will reportedly make a surprise entrance in the Bay, with her apparent sights set on Theo Poulos given the popularity of his band Lyrik, according to TV Week. Grace Thomas and Alice Roberts have been replaced in the role, and Annabel Wolfe has been appointed in their place.

Wolfe described the plot of her role as being realistic for fathers and daughters as Justin adjusts to their relationship after spending so much time apart.

She asserted that the reason Ava and Justin’s tale was so appealing to watch was because it was so typical of many father-daughter relationships.

“Ava has only ever been on the show as a “small girl” or at a pre-adolescent stage up until this point. Justin soon recognises how much she has developed mentally and physically while he was away.”

This alteration puts hurdles between them as they find it difficult to interact with and comprehend one another, she stated.

There will be a few weeks’ delay before UK fans can see Ava again because the sequences are scheduled to premiere this week in Australia.

Wolfe also hinted that Ava’s return is more complicated than she originally appears to be, with her decision to leave her mother for Summer Bay being motivated by an apparently innocent crush.

She continued, “Ava’s return will bring havoc to Justin’s life, as he’s forced to deal with the rebellion of a resentful daughter,” explaining that Ava will bring drama with her.

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