Neighbours have revealed another possible clue over Freya Wozniak’s hidden agenda.
Since her initial appearance on-screen yesterday, the Erinsborough newcomer has stirred fan conjecture with some peculiar behavior.
Freya continued to share scenes with the Cannings in Friday’s show on Channel 5, following her past uncomfortable interactions with Levi (Richie Morris).
To wound up Levi, Freya gave her name as “Madonna” to Ned Willis (Ben Hall) when she placed an order at the local café.
She’d earlier declined to provide Levi her name or contact information after he confronted her for grabbing a scarf from the ruined Flamingo Bar’s wreckage.
Freya ended up remaining at the café for longer than she had intended, ostensibly to keep an eye on Levi.
She also took advantage of a chance to ask Nicolette Stone (Charlotte Chimes) about Levi and was heartened when she was told he was a lovely person.
Freya later found a new ally in Levi’s grandma Sheila (Colette Mann), who was eager to set up the pair.
Sheila, who isn’t shy about intervening in her family’s love affairs, saw an opportunity for Levi to move on after his recent breakup with Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton).
Levi was still skeptical of Freya, and it appeared like he was right to be, with additional signs that she was concealing something.
Freya glanced intently at a picture of an unknown man on her phone as she left Levi and Sheila alone to converse at the café.
Who is he, and how does he fit into Freya’s covert operations? In the coming weeks, everything will be disclosed.
Neighbours bosses have previously billed Freya as the “ultimate mystery girl”, who’ll feature in a big storyline for 2022.
“We’ve built a fascinating character for [Phoebe] that is complex, secretive, and a risk-taker,” executive producer Jason Herbison stated recently. “She’s going to be a lot of fun, and Phoebe has already nailed the role.”