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Hollyoaks spoilers: Fight! Romeo Quinn and Prince McQueen go head to head

Prince McQueen and Romeo Quinn

Romeo Quinn and Prince McQueen get into a fight over Lily. Plus Breda cracks and tells Mac she'll go through with his murder plan!

Prince McQueen (Malique Thompson-Dwyer) is really worried about Lily after walking in on her about to self-harm again. Lily (Lauren McQueen) breaks down and tells him that the reason she is so low is because Romeo Quinn has been ignoring her calls and didn’t answer his phone when she tried to reach him.

Prince McQueen and Romeo Quinn

Prince has a go at Romeo for his treatment of Lily

Prince is simmering and goes off to confront Romeo (Owen Warner) but as the two men come face to face, tempers boil and the feuding pair end up getting into a fight!

Things get physical

Things get physical

Prince McQueen and Romeo Quinn

Lily is upset to see the two men warring

Meanwhile Prince isn’t the only one worried about Lily. Nana tells Prince that Lily urgently needs help and he should be the one to support her even if they are getting divorced.

Taking Nana’s words on board, Prince decides to put his jealousy to one side and tells Romeo they both need to tell Diane (Alex Fletcher) how bad things have got and that Lily needs professional help.

Later on Diane tells her niece Lily that they should go away to Wales for a few days to give her a break and then look into finding her a therapist to help talk through all her problems and anxieties.

Elsewhere, James Nightingale (Gregory Finnegan) is busy preparing Cindy Cunningham (Stephanie Waring) for her testimony against  his father Mac the following day.

Mac Nightingale

Mac has given Breda orders to kill his son James

Meanwhile Mac (David Easter) has murder on his mind when Breda (Moya Brady) crumbles and tells him that he’s won. She agrees that she will go through with killing James and will set the wheels in motion to do the deed the very next day!

Hollyoaks is shown weekdays on C4 at 6.30pm with the next episode following on E4