Yashvi Rebecchi is left stunned when she thinks she's uncovered a huge family secret in today's Neighbours...
Today's Neighbours sees Yashvi Rebecchi continuing to try and work out where she recognises new school friend Mackenzie from... and it turns out that she might have a closer connection to the newcomer than she realised.
Ever since she met Mackenzie, Yashvi has struggled to shake the feeling that she knows her from somewhere.
But today the plot thickens when her new friend drops a keyring from Bourke, the town where Yashvi grew up.
Despite having denied she had ever heard of Yashvi's old town, Yashvi finds the keyring in Harold's and she tries to give it back to her friend.
But once again Mackenzie denies it's hers and Yashvi is no closer to working out the truth.
But when the pair share a study date today, Yashvi accidentally opens one of Mackenzie's school books to find a photo tucked inside.
However, her world comes crashing down when she realises the photo is of Shane standing on a farm with a mystery woman.
Yashvi immediately wonders if Mackenzie could be a Rebecchi... but as she tries to get the facts straight in her head, she comes to the shocking realisation that the dates add up enough for her own dad to be Mackenzie's father.
Ned tries to get Yashvi to slow down with her guessing game, worried that she is barking up the wrong tree, but the teenager is convinced she has worked out a dark family secret.
But did Shane really cheat on Dipi all those years ago? Or is there more to this puzzle than meets the eye?
Later Mackenzie finds Shane alone in the Waterhole and confronts him, revealing not only her full name but also the name of her mother.
Judging by the look on Shane's face he knows exactly who Mackenzie and her mum are... but is he really the newcomer's long-lost father?
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5
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