Neighbours spoilers: Piper Willis finally reads Tyler's letter

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Can Piper finally close the door on her doomed relationship with ex-boyfriend Tyler when she reads the letter he wrote her from prison?

Piper's new romance with hunky gardener Cassius didn't exactly get off to a flying start, mainly because she keeps going on about her ex-boyfriend Tyler, who is currently in prison.

Piper's mum Terese and her bestie Xanthe have done their best to convince Piper it's time to move on with her life. So she took their advice and when the letter from Tyler first arrived, she didn't read it.

However, after another bumpy moment with Cassius, Piper decides she wants to read Tyler's letter after all. And lucky for her, Terese didn't throw it away. But what does Tyler say in his letter and could it sway Piper's mind over whether to give her romance with Cassius a chance?

Elsewhere, Xanthe is still haunted by flashbacks of the hit and run as she recovers in hospital. But after incorrectly identifying Elly as the driver of the vehicle will Xanthe remember it was actually Finn behind the wheel of the stolen car, which could help to prove Elly's innocence?

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

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