Hollyoaks spoilers follow.
Hollyoaks has cast Dylan Morris as new character Camilla, who is set to cause chaos for Sienna Blake.
Sienna has recently been trying to get close to the Earl of Dee, Rafe Harcourt, as part of a scam with boyfriend Ethan Williams, with the pair hoping that Rafe will fall for Sienna and marry her, before Sienna claims half the Earl's fortune and runs off with Ethan and the money.
However, their scheme looks like it may be hitting a major hurdle as Sienna is now experiencing real feelings for Rafe after they posed as a bride and groom for a photoshoot.
Hollyoaks has revealed that Ethan will soon be out of the picture as he and Sienna break up, leaving Sienna free to pursue her happy ending with Lord Rafe after they spend the night together.
But Sienna will be stopped in her tracks by the arrival of Camilla - the Earl's ex-girlfriend, who claims to be the love of Rafe's life.
In the aftermath of Camilla's shock arrival, she and Sienna will fight it out for Rafe's affections, but who will come out on top?
Fans can catch their first glimpse of Camilla in a new Hollyoaks trailer released today, with star Dylan debuting in an episode which will stream via Channel 4 on Monday, October 2 and then air on E4 on Tuesday, October 3.
Speaking about joining the Hollyoaks cast, Dylan said: "Filming at Hollyoaks so far has been amazing. Playing Camilla is so much fun, she's so unpredictable and ready to cause absolute chaos."
Anna Passey, who plays Sienna, recently opened up about Sienna's dilemma between Ethan and Rafe, saying that she believes Sienna would be better off sticking with Ethan in the long-term.
"I think Ethan is the right choice for her," she said. "Rafe is the dream and offers a lot of things Ethan can't provide, and would be a stable option. However, Ethan loves Sienna and the kids, and at the end of the day love matters more than money."
From Monday, September 25, Hollyoaks will stream first online via Channel 4 each weekday. Episodes then air on E4 the following day, before getting their YouTube premiere a week after that.
Selected omnibus episodes are available via Prime Video.
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