Neighbours spoilers: Rebecca warns Terese about Paul

Neighbours, Rebecca Napier

After previous warnings from Paul's ex-wives Gail and Lyn on Neighbours, will Terese start to get the message when Rebecca warns her not to marry him?

Terese Willis (played by Rebekah Elmaloglou) is meant to be marrying Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) in a few weeks on Neighbours.

But the trouble is, his various ex-wives keep reappearing in Erinsborough, warning Terese she'll be making a BIG mistake if she walks down the aisle and becomes the SIXTH Mrs Robinson!

Neighbours, Gail Lewis, Terese Willis

Gail was the first of the ex-wives to warn Terese NOT to marry Paul on Neighbours. (Picture: Channel 5)

Having already been warned by Gail Lewis (Fiona Corke) and Lyn Scully (Janet Andrewartha), Terese is on her guard when Rebecca Napier (Jane Hall) warns Terese how her marriage to Paul turned her into a violent person - leading her to push Paul off the balcony at Lassiters back in 2010 and attempt to cover-up her crime.

However, Rebecca's warning has the opposite effect on Terese, who is furious an attempted murderer is giving her advice about her love life!

When Paul arrives at the Day Spa at Lassiters and finds Terese surrounded by his ex-wives, he decides enough is enough... and calls off the wedding!

Meanwhile, things are still awkward between teenager Yashvi Rebecchi (Olivia Junkeer) and her dad Shane (Nicholas Coghlan) over her recent bad behaviour.

Neighbours, Shane Rebecchi, Ned Willis

Shane warns his daughter Yashvi's boyfriend Ned to back-off on Neighbours! (Picture: Channel 5)

And when Shane and his wife Dipi (Sharo Johal) find out Yashvi hasn't done well on a school English assignment, Shane instantly blames Yashvi's boyfriend Ned Willis (Ben Hall) for being a distraction.

But how will Yashvi react when she discovers her dad has warned Ned to back-off? Could dad and daughter's feud kickstart all over again?

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

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