Cher McQueen (Bethany hare) wasted little time in revealing that she was Sylver’s (David Tag) daughter in Hollyoaks, but she didn’t receive the reception she’d hoped for, as her alleged dad was fuming and denied her existence, before ordering her out of the pub.
Sylver and Mercedes’ (Jennifer Metcalfe) vow renewal arrived during tonight’s episode, and there was nothing but romance in the air as the two lovers revealed how they felt about one another in touching scenes.
Meanwhile, Cher was on a mission, as — after arriving in the eponymous village during the previous episode — she set about confronting her dad.
However, a series of unfortunate events led her to believe that her father was none other than Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas), and — after using Romeo (Owen Warner) to acquire access to The Dog — she confronted him on the matter.
Warren revealed that he’d never had a mystery daughter, and he had no idea who she was, but when Cher revealed that she believed him to be Sylver, the penny dropped.
Warren was determined to get her off the premises so that she wouldn’t ruin Sylver and Mercedes’ big day, but Cher was having none of it.
She therefore confronted Sylver in The Dog during the reception, and revealed that she believed him to be her dad.
Mercedes was shocked — as was Sylver — as the young woman revealed that her mum was a dental nurse in the prison in which Sylver served time behind bars.
Sylver became irate, and informed her that he doesn’t have a daughter and therefore ordered Cher off the premises — leaving the young woman devastated.
Is there more to this story than meets the eye?
Is Sylver lying?
Hollyoaks continues Tuesday 2 June at 7pm on E4. Hollyoaks Favourites resumes Wednesday at 7pm on E4, and find out which classic instalments are on offer next week here.
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