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Neighbours spoilers: Sheila Canning discovers grandson Kyle's BIG secret!

Neighbours, Kyle Canning, Sheila Canning, Chloe Brennan

Sheila decides to do some snooping and finds out the REAL reason Kyle and his wife Georgia are getting divorced. And it ain't good news!

Just as things are getting super-smoochy between new housemates Kyle Canning and Chloe Brennan at the Easter pool party at Number 32, Kyle's gran Sheila arrives with a real passion killer... divorce papers from Kyle's wife Georgia in Germany!

Kyle still hasn't fully explained the reasons behind his break-up with Georgia and his return to Erinsborough. So Sheila decides to do some snooping and is alarmed when she finds a personal letter in the envelope with the divorce papers, revealing Kyle broke-up with Georgia because he is still in love with his ex-girlfriend Amy Williams, who is now dating his dad, Gary!

Neighbours, Amy Williams, Chloe Brennan

Amy encourages Chloe to go for it with Kyle! (Picture: Channel 5)

Could Kyle's secret feelings spell trouble for Amy and Gary. And where does that leave confused Chloe who is unsure if Kyle's hot/cold behaviour means he is interested or not?

Meanwhile, there's an emergency hospital dash for Aaron Brennan after his hubby David Tanaka is caught in the crossfire of a punch-up at the Backpackers and ends up with a black eye.

Aaron is angry that David got injured while dealing with his brother Leo's business, who was too busy getting drunk at the pool party.

Neighbours, Leo Tanaka

Leo's in the bad books after the bust-up at the Backpackers (Picture: Channel 5)

But when Leo and David's dad Paul Robinson finds out Leo has been neglecting his duties at the Backpackers, will it be the cause of another BIG fallout between father and son?

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

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