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Emily Symons’ touching tribute to Georgie Parker following Home & Away reunion

Following her return to set, Emily Symons paid a touching tribute to her Home & Away co-star Georgie Parker.

Emily uploaded a sweet selfie on Instagram on Tuesday with some of Summer Bay’s best, including Georgie, Ada Nicodemou, Lynne McGranger, Nicholas Cartwright, and Luke Van Os.

Emily captioned the shot, “Beside ourselves to see our lovely @georgieparker again 💜” “@homeandaway, we’ve missed you!”

Georgie (who plays Roo Stewart on the show) reacted quickly, writing, “Beautiful Em, love you 💋💋💋”

Ada published an equally heartwarming post exalting in the reunion, and Emily wasn’t the only H&A star to welcome her back with open arms.

“Hello, and welcome back to work. @georgieparker @homeandaway, we’ve missed you ❤️”

Georgie, who was equally moved by the post, added: “Thank you very much, love. I’ve missed the craziness and the excitement ❤️”

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Meanwhile, Georgie celebrated her return to set by posting a photo of herself and Ray Meagher (who portrays Alf on the show).

The actress wrote, “Back in the Bay with Ray 😀🧡”

Georgie’s character, Roo, dealt with a kidney transplant storyline in last year’s finale. The actress told our sister magazine WHO that she was “ecstatic” to be able to portray this on TV.

“I hadn’t worked on a finale narrative arc in a few years, so it felt great to be a part of the huge cliffhanger! I was ecstatic to learn that Roo might be donating a kidney to her mother, Martha [Belinda Giblin], despite their tumultuous relationship, since I believe it’s critical to raise awareness about organ donation.”

While things appear to be heating up in Summer Bay, it appears to be a different storey on Ramsay Street, where another famous serial, Neighbours, which is broadcast on Network 10, is in danger of being cancelled.

Neighbours fans took to Change.org to save Ramsay Street when filming halted Down Under after word came that the iconic show might be removed off the air in the UK.

Given that majority of the soap’s production funding comes from UK stakeholders, the soap’s future in Australia is also in danger.

On Sunday afternoon, Fremantle Media executive producer Jason Herbison discussed the issue, saying that there are “ongoing negotiations” concerning the show’s future internationally.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, he stated, “Our audience remains constant, and [Australian partner] Channel Ten would love to see the show continue if we could find another broadcast partner to replace [Channel 5].”

“These conversations are ongoing, but there is currently no new broadcaster, so production must come to a halt, effectively putting the show on hold.”

“We’re incredibly proud of the show, you all, and everything you’ve accomplished.” But, for the time being, this chapter is coming to a close, and we’d like to work together to give Neighbours the send-off it deserves.”

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