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    Nowtolove.com.au article from TV Week (Aust pace):


    Tori faces an emergency on Home and Away: Will the baby be ok?
    Jasmine finds herself comforting Tori in a very stressful situation


    https://www.nowtolove.com.au/celebri...mergency-52488

    Joyful celebrations turn to horror on Home And Away this week when Jasmine finds Tori on the bathroom floor. Doubled over in pain, the expectant mother struggles to stand up.

    Will Tori and her unborn baby be OK?

    The scary situation is an added stress to what has already been a rough few months for Tori (Penny McNamee). After months of IVF treatments, the local doc feared she'd never become pregnant.

    But just last week, she and Robbo (Jake Ryan), who is her sperm donor, discovered they were expecting.

    "Tori is in complete shock… she's both relieved and excited," Penny, 35,tells TV WEEK.

    "She can't believe her dream has come true."

    However, Robbo's reaction was unexpected. While he's delighted to become a father again, the federal police officer has become increasingly protective of Tori. He even broke into her home when she didn't answer his phone calls.

    "Having lost his family in the past, Robbo is obviously still very traumatised," Penny explains.

    "She's now his No.1 priority."

    As this tumultuous week begins, Tori fears her friend isn't ready to be a dad.

    At the Diner, Robbo's girlfriend Jasmine (Sam Frost) calms his nerves and decides to plan a romantic holiday for the two of them.

    Later in the Diner, she pours over travel brochures and excitedly shares her plans with Leah (Ada Nicodemou) and Irene (Lynne McGranger).

    Leah hesitantly points out that Robbo will need to stay in Summer Bay for Tori's prenatal appointments. If anything, life is about to get even more complicated for the trio.

    "The Tori/Robbo/Jasmine unit is very unconventional," Penny explains.

    "Robbo's over-protective behaviour is bound to cause issues between him and Jasmine as time progresses − and possibly even more so once the baby is born."

    Feeling deflated, Jasmine decides to visit Tori. If the three of them have any chance of making this work, she needs to know exactly where she stands.

    At the Morgans' house, Jasmine readies herself for an awkward conversation. Instead, she stumbles upon a far more stressful situation when she finds Tori crying in the bathroom alone.

    Fearing Robbo has backed out of his commitment, she attempts to comfort her friend.

    But it's not what she thought at all – Tori is doubled over, clutching her stomach in pain. Jasmine quickly calls an ambulance. Fearing the worst, neither of them speak as Tori is eventually taken to hospital.

    Could the stress cause her and the baby harm?

    Hang in there, Tori!

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    Digital Spy article (UK Pace)


    Home and Away's Tori Morgan betrays Robbo in new baby plot twist
    Has she crossed the line?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...betrays-robbo/

    Home and Away's Tori Morgan commits a surprising betrayal next week, going ahead with her next embryo transfer against Robbo's wishes.

    Tori (Penny McNamee) and Robbo (Jake Ryan) previously agreed to conceive a baby via IVF and co-parent together, but after their first attempt led to Tori sadly suffering a miscarriage, Robbo decided to pull out of the arrangement.

    Next week's episodes see Tori's brother Justin (James Stewart) left horrified as she confides in him about her plans to have another implantation, without Robbo knowing anything about it.

    Tori defends her decision by insisting that she's well within her legal rights to move forward with the IVF, but Justin points out that it's much more of a grey area morally.

    Although Tori believes that Robbo will be delighted if the second attempt turns out to be successful, Justin threatens to throw a spanner in the works by telling Robbo what she's up to unless she does it herself.

    Choosing a different tactic, Tori goes to Robbo's girlfriend Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost) and asks if she can change his mind about the baby plan.

    Jasmine refuses and tells Tori that it's time for her to respect Robbo's decision, which has partly been inspired by his past family tragedies.

    Later on, Tori tells Justin that she's reached the end of the line when it comes to trying to change Robbo's mind.

    Justin interprets this as a sign that she's giving up on the idea of going behind Robbo's back too, but in fact, Tori still can't resist going through with the embryo transfer. How would Robbo react if he ever found out?

    Home and Away airs these scenes on Thursday, February 21 at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5.

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    stolen sperm is that a first for h&a?

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    Not a storyline spoiler, but Penny McNamee has had a baby girl, named Neve!

    Nowtolove.com.au article:


    Home and Away's Penny McNamee just welcomed a beautiful baby girl
    Such a beautiful name!


    https://www.nowtolove.com.au/celebri...irl-neve-54504

    Home and Away actress Penny McNamee has welcomed a baby girl!

    The actress, who is married to Matt Tooker and has a 3-year-old son named Jack, shared the news with her fans in a beautiful Instagram post.

    "Neve. A little ray of sunshine has come into the world," Penny wrote on Instagram, alongside three photos.

    "Thank you to the wonderful staff at the Sydney Adventist Hospital for your kindness and extraordinary care," Penny continued in her post.

    "Especially our favourite Doc - Peter Wood and the beautiful nursing staff, particularly Ali, Maria, Chrissie, Anne, Bron and Chris. Nurses really are angels on earth."

    "Now excuse me while I go and stare at my baby for 3 hours," she signed off.

    Penny, whose Home and Away character Tori Morgan is also expecting on the soap, announced her pregnancy last year.

    "We feel this real thrill that Jack is finally going to have a sibling, because we weren't sure he was ever going to," the 25-year-old told a publication last September, revealing she had discovered she was pregnant at the 2018 TV WEEK Logie Awards in July.

    The actress realised she was expecting "on the day of the Logies" when her dress wouldn't zip up.

    "As these three women were battling to zip me up, I had this moment of thinking, 'I must be pregnant!' I just knew in my heart," she revealed.

    Congratulations to the happy family!


    and the DailyMail article:

    'A little ray of sunshine has come into the world!' Home And Away's Penny McNamee welcomes her second child, a girl, with husband Matt Tooker... and reveals the baby's unique name

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbi...tt-Tooker.html

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    Digital Spy article:

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    Home and Away's Tori Morgan to face more consequences over her baby deception
    How will everyone in Summer Bay react?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...an-humiliated/

    Note: This article contains spoilers from Australian-pace Home and Away episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.

    Home and Away's Tori Morgan will have to deal with her baby secret becoming public knowledge in upcoming scenes.

    The show aired another big cliffhanger for Tori (Penny McNamee) in Australia this week, as her deception was dramatically exposed at the Diner by a ranting Jasmine Delaney.

    Fans know that Tori has made a controversial decision by defying Robbo's wishes and secretly using one of their embryos for a second attempt at getting pregnant via IVF, which proved successful.

    Viewers in Australia have already seen Robbo discover the shocking truth, fleeing Summer Bay for some time alone as he struggled to comprehend the news that he's going to be a father again. However, most of the other Summer Bay locals still had no idea what had been going on.
    Scenes airing this week on Channel 7 in Australia have seen Jasmine (Sam Frost) continue to resent Tori for ruining her relationship with Robbo.

    Jasmine briefly kept Tori's secret and faced her own backlash from Robbo as a result, leading to the end of their engagement – for now.

    When Jasmine overheard Tori justifying her behaviour to Irene Roberts at the Diner, it was the final straw as she decided to publicly humiliate the local doctor.

    Jasmine announced Tori's deception to the entire room, witnessed by the likes of Alf Stewart and Tori's little sister Raffy. With everyone stunned, could Tori lose the respect of the Summer Bay locals after what she's done?

    Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on April 11 on Channel 5.

    Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:

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    7 huge Home and Away theories over Tori Morgan's big Summer Bay exit
    She leaves this year, but how?


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...exit-theories/

    Home and Away will be waving goodbye to Tori Morgan later this year – at least for a while.

    Penny McNamee, who plays the popular Summer Bay doctor, recently announced the happy news that she'd welcomed her second child. In terms of fictional Summer Bay dramas, this can only mean one thing – Tori disappearing from our screens for a bit.

    Home and Away films its scenes further in advance than other soaps, so we'll still have Tori on our screens for a while yet, but can we guess at how she'll eventually go? Here are some of our biggest early theories.

    1. Leaves in shame...……………….

    2. Leaves out of respect for Robbo...……………………..

    3. Leaves with Brody...……………………….

    4. Leaves because of Jasmine...…………………….

    5. Leaves in terror...…………….

    6. Leaves to find Dr Nate...………………

    7. Leaves to find Ash...……………...

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    Digital Spy article:

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    Home and Away's Tori Morgan worries after unexpected news at her 20-week baby scan
    The mum-to-be has been warned about a potential problem.


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...nancy-worries/

    Note: This article contains spoilers from Australian-pace Home and Away episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.

    Home and Away's Tori Morgan has been told that she's at risk of going into early labour in today's Australian episode (June 17).

    Tori (Penny McNamee) received the news on the day of her 20-week pregnancy scan, leaving her stressed over the possible repercussions for her and Robbo's baby.

    Monday's episode on Channel 7, which broadcasts Home and Away in Australia, saw Tori told that her cervix is short.

    This may be a potential risk to the baby, as Tori could go into premature labour and her child wouldn't survive at this early stage.

    Although this means that Tori's pregnancy is high-risk, she and Robbo also received some reassuring words from the obstetrician.

    For the time being, Tori will be put on progesterone and require plenty of rest for the sake of the baby.

    Further on down the line, there's also the possibility of a procedure to address the situation. However, the doctors have decided to concentrate on non-invasive measures first and keep a close eye on Tori in the meantime.

    After a stressful day, Tori later called Robbo (Jake Ryan) and revealed their baby's sex for the first time, confirming that they're having a baby girl.

    Robbo was overwhelmed with joy as Tori tried to put his mind at rest, assuring him that their little girl will be fine.

    Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on July 17, as episodes on Channel 5 are currently airing a month behind the Australian screenings.

    Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia).

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    Home and Away's Tori Morgan lies to Robbo over the baby in emotional scenes
    There's more bad news about the pregnancy.


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...o-baby-secret/

    Note: This article contains spoilers from Australian-pace Home and Away episodes, which some UK readers may prefer to avoid.

    Home and Away's Tori Morgan has decided to keep Robbo in the dark after more worrying news about her pregnancy.

    The emotional scenes aired in Thursday's Australian episode (June 20), as Tori decided that Robbo was better off not knowing that their unborn baby is in danger.

    Tori (Penny McNamee) has been told that her cervix is short, putting her at risk of premature labour. As she's still only mid-way through her pregnancy, she knows that her child wouldn't survive at this stage.

    The latest episode on Channel 7, which broadcasts Home and Away in Australia, saw Tori receive a new set of results from her obstetrician.

    Tori told Robbo (Jake Ryan) that nothing had changed since their 20-week scan. This freed him up to head off on a trip with his fiancιe Jasmine Delaney (Sam Frost), planning to introduce her to his parents.

    Once Robbo had gone, an upset Tori confided in her brother Justin (James Stewart) with the truth about her latest scan – things are looking worse and she's in danger of losing the baby.

    Tori has decided that it's not worth stressing Robbo out by telling him the truth for the time being, but this could be a risky strategy after so much trouble last time she wasn't upfront with him.

    Will Justin be able to support Tori's decision to keep Robbo in the dark?

    Home and Away fans in the UK will see these scenes on Channel 5 on July 24.

    Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia).

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    Digital Spy article:

    Home and Away's Tori star Penny McNamee is returning to work after maternity leave
    "I am so, so thankful for these past six months."


    https://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/hom...mee-returning/

    Home and Away star Penny McNamee has confirmed that she is returning to work as her maternity leave ends.

    McNamee, who plays Tori Morgan on the Australian soap, welcomed her second child in March – but because the show films six months in advance, her temporary exit hasn't aired on TV yet.

    Posting on Instagram, the star reflected on the last half a year and shared with her followers how "grateful" she is for everything.

    "As I sit in bed on what is my last day of maternity leave, I am so, so thankful for these past six months," she wrote.

    "Yes, there were times when it was hard and I was tired and teary. But overwhelmingly, I am just so grateful. For our little girl. For our son. For my husband. I try not to take one moment for granted, and I think I very nearly succeeded."

    She continued: "Now I get to go back to a job I love, and I'm reminded once more to soak it all in.

    "Because inevitably, there will be tough times. But right now, things are good, and I'm grateful."

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B0f1Z8an...ource=ig_embed

    In the build-up to her exit, viewers in Australia have seen Tori being put in a safe house after the criminals who killed Robbo's family return.

    Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Seven (Australia).

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