Neighbours spoilers: Chloe breaks-up with "girlfriend" Elly!

Neighbours, Chloe Brennan

Just when it looked like Chloe had finally got the girl of her dreams on Neighbours, she decides to break-up with Elly before things get too complicated...

Chloe Brennan's (played by April Rose Pengilly) family already warned her about getting too carried away in her relationship with Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta) on Neighbours.

But it seems Chloe already went too far when she called Elly her girlfriend during a double date with Elly's sister Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) and her boyfriend Finn Kelly (Rob Mills) in yesterday's episode of Neighbours.

Elly warned Bea they need to put the brakes on and not move things too fast. But after a heart-to-heart with her big brother Mark Brennan (Scott McGregor), Chloe realises she and pregnant Elly are definitely not on the same page when it comes to their relationship... and decides to break-up with her!

Neighbours, Chloe Brennan, Pierce Greyson

Pierce still has feelings for Chloe on Neighbours. But will she ever give their romance another chance? (Picture: Channel 5)

Chloe tries to put on a brave face when she attends Mark's birthday celebrations at the Back Lane Bar. Can Chloe's ex-lover Pierce Greyson (Tim Robards) find a way to get her smiling again?

Neighbours, Elly Conway, Bea Nilsson, Finn Kelly

Elly remains annoyed that Finn appears to have her sister Bea at his beck and call on Neighbours. (Picture: Channel 5)

Meanwhile, love is totally blossoming for Bea and Finn. But when Bea ditches Elly to spend some time with Finn and help him out with the charity Foundation, Elly once again vents to Karl (Alan Fletcher) and Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) about her disapproval of Bea and Finn's relationship.

Will Elly ever put her reservations about Finn aside and give her sister's new romance a chance?

Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5

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