Hollyoaks just exposed Leela and Louis's baby secret

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From Digital Spy

Hollyoaks just aired a huge confession that fans have been desperate to see, with Leela Lomax finally telling Zack Loveday who baby Daniel's real father is.

Leela (Kirsty-Leigh Porter) came clean to her boyfriend in the closing moments of Monday's E4 first look episode, setting the stage for a huge week of Loveday family drama.

Hollyoaks' latest episode saw Leela incur the wrath of local stalker DS Armstrong as she helped Cindy Savage to escape his clutches at a hotel and later got him arrested.

This was a pretty risky move for Leela, since Armstrong knows all about how Louis Loveday is the secret daddy of baby Daniel.

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With a livid Armstrong now threatening to reveal everything, Leela cracked in a private chat with Zack (Duayne Boachie) – confessing that Daniel is actually his half-brother.

Only time will tell whether Zack now exposes the truth to the rest of his family, or whether Armstrong gets in there first, but we do know that the Lovedays will all be attending Daniel's naming ceremony together later this week.

Despite what he's heard, Zack will be keen to become Daniel's godfather and to move in with Leela – showing that he's already forgiven her for her recent secrecy.

But will he be so understanding when it comes to his deceitful father Louis?

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Hollyoaks airs weeknights at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first look screenings at 7pm on E4.

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