Home and Away spoilers follow for Australian and UK viewers.
Home and Away has teased an upcoming storyline that'll see a long-standing Summer Bay couple take their relationship to the next level... again.
In scenes airing this week in Australia and in September in the UK, Christian Green (Ditch Davey) is set to propose to Tori Morgan (Penny McNamee) for the second time, now that the couple's relationship is back on track following their recent difficulties.
In upcoming scenes, Christian will enlist Justin (James Stewart) to sing a special song for the couple, and Leah (Ada Nicodemou) is thrilled when Justin later shares what he's up to.
"Tori's never going to know what hit her," Justin tells Leah as they sit down to write lyrics for Christian's planned tribute.
Later, Christian takes Tori to a fancy restaurant for brunch and everything is going as planned, but something throws a spanner in the works right before he makes his big declaration. Will the proposal go to plan after all?
The new storyline comes after the pair's earlier engagement hit a snag earlier this year after Christian's outlook on life drastically changed after he was nearly killed by Lewis Hayes.
After convincing himself that he'd survived the attack to save newcomer Rachel Young (Marny Kennedy), who'd got into a skydiving accident, the doctor decided to postpone his and Tori's impending nuptials and focus on Rachel's care – a decision that didn't go down too well with his partner.
As the rift between them grew, Christian moved out of their shared home, but they came together again unexpectedly when Rachel (Marny Kennedy) was killed in a hit-and-run shortly after being discharged from the hospital.
While Tori and Christian have since managed to mend their relationship, Tori was recently left stunned when Christian declined her offer to move back home. After so much turmoil, is Tori's patience wearing too thin?
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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