Who is Amy Greenwood in Neighbours and what is she up to?

Neighbours viewers got a blast from the past last week, as former mainstay Amy Greenwood (Jacinta Stapleton) returned to Erinsborough.

Amy wasted little time in making herself at home, as she introduced herself to Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) and Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou), informing them that she wants to design the new uniforms for Lassiters.

She made quite the impression, that’s for sure, and after doing so, she headed round to see old pal Toadie (Ryan Maloney), where she reminisced about days gone by.

If you’re struggling to remember who Amy is, you’re no doubt not the only one given how long it’s been since she last set foot in Ramsay Street.

However, fear not, as we’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about Amy.

Who is Amy Greenwood in Neighbours?

Amy made her first appearance in Neighbours back in 1997, and it soon became apparent she had a penchant for fashion — which explains why she’s so hellbent on designing the new Lassiter’s uniform in the current episodes!

Throughout much of her three-year stint in the Channel 5 soap, the character was involved with mainstay Lance Wilkinson (Andrew Bibby).

Amy also had a relationship with Damien Smith (John Ridley), who she eloped with.

She made her final appearance in March 2000, before returning five years later for the soap’s 20th anniversary, which would mark her last appearance in Neighbours until she returned this year.

What is Amy up to in Neighbours?

While Amy appears to be an open book in that she’s made clear what she wants — the contract to design the Lassiter’s uniforms — it appears as if she’s harbouring a secret.

In the coming episodes, she realises she needs to confess, and therefore turns to her new pal Shane Rebecci (Nicholas Coghlan) and reveals her shocking truth: she did not design those uniforms and is in huge trouble.

How can she pull this one off?

Who plays Amy Greenwood in Neighbours?

Actress Jacinta Stapleton portrays Amy Greenwood.

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