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”Mia doesn’t like or trust Matthew” An unwelcome visitor on Home and Away puts Mia on edge

Mia feels closer to Chloe than ever after their weekend away, but she’s holding a significant secret from her daughter in this week’s episode of Home And Away.

Matthew (James Sweeny), Chloe’s (Sam Barrett) father, has arrived and is eager to meet the child he never knew he had. If Mia (Anna Samson) does not help, he threatens to destroy her world.

“Mia is completely taken aback by the fact that the past has reappeared in Summer Bay,” Anna tells TV WEEK. “She thought she’d left him behind for good, and with good reason. She is terrified by the prospect of him being in their lives. She is adamantly opposed to the idea.”

Chloe has plenty on her mind to be distracted from Mia’s deception, with Theo (Matt Evans) and Ryder (Lukas Radovich) still fighting for her attention.

When Theo (Rob Kipa-Williams) harasses Mia and Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) about Chloe, she finds herself entangled in yet another struggle between the two young men.

Meanwhile, Mia confronts Matthew as he exits the gym, demanding that he leave the Bay forever. Mia mistakenly reveals her name while claiming Chloe isn’t interested in meeting him. He agrees to accompany us.

Anna explains, “Mia doesn’t like or trust Matthew.” “She understood it was for the best that he wasn’t in her life or that of her daughter.”

Before he can depart, Matthew hears Irene (Lynne McGranger) call Chloe’s name and sees his daughter for the first time.

Irene, thinking she’s assisting, hands Matthew one of Chloe’s cards, complete with all of her contact information, and he’s suddenly more determined than ever to meet.

Mia, on the other hand, has a card to play: she claims she didn’t give her consent the night Chloe was born. If Matthew tries to put a barrier between her and her daughter, she’ll make sure everyone is aware of the reality.

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