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Neighbours spoilers: Wedding day disaster for Mark Brennan and Elly Conway?

Neighbours, Elly Conway, Mark Brennan
8058 - Mark and Elly's big day finally arrives

The wedding is back ON! But as Mark and Elly head down the aisle on their Big Day, will Elly and Chloe's secret stay under wraps?

Chloe Brennan is left reeling after her bestie (and the girl of her dreams) Elly Conway agrees to give runaway fiance Mark Brennan another chance. Their wedding is back on!

In the middle of all the last-minute wedding preparations, Elly begs Chloe to keep quiet about their night of passion. But Chloe is heartbroken, secretly holding out hope there is still a chance for her and Elly to be together.

Needing a shouder to cry on, Chloe confesses to big brother Aaron what happened between her and Elly after Mark initially called off the wedding. Shocked by the behaviour of lovecheats Chloe and Elly, will Aaron keep the secret to himself as the "happy" couple head down the aisle. Or will the secret come out to ruin everything?

Neighbours, Mark Brennan, Elly Conway, Chloe Brennan, Bea Nilsson, Susan Kennedy, Aaron Brennan

Friends and family gather for the Big Day (Picture: Channel 5)

Neighbours, Mark Brennan, Elly Conway

Uh-oh... wedding meltdown? Will the truth about Elly and Chloe come out? (Picture: Channel 5)

Meanwhile, Toadie Rebecchi is determined to get on with life and attend Mark and Elly's wedding. But his brother Shane and his wife Dipi are worried Toadie is rushing his recovery, after the death of his wife Sonya from cancer.

After discovering stepson Callum is considering staying in Erinsborough instead of returning to his job in America, Toadie makes a decision. In order to keep the family together and not disrupt Callum's life, they're all going for a trip to the US for a few weeks!

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

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