Paul Redmayne, Jessica Redmayne’s father, appeared unanticipated in the Australian serial show Home and Away.

The actress arrived on Summer Bay with her sister Dana (Ally Harris) in 2023. This was her first role as Harper Matheson. Jessica opened up about Christine’s brutal battle with dementia just too long after making her debut.

Christine courageously battled cancer for nine years but tragically passed away in October. Paul’s unexpected appearance on television was much more poignant because it was a part of their family’s tragic loss.

Jessica posted numerous images of Paul in the film on Facebook and the announcement of her father’s visit. “This is the night!” she posted on Facebook. This screen is shared with TWO Redmaynes and not only one.

“When you see Alf ordering a coffee from Irene, get ready to pay close attention to who is sipping a tea behind Harper’s head.” Paul was seen in a picture with Jessica’s co-stars. They include Shane Withington, Ray Meagher, Georgie Parker, Lynne McGranger, and Ally Harris.

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Jessica said on 7Life that she is “not every day you get to bring your real Dad to Summer Bay!” while discussing their screen time. The fact that he was on the set together with me and sharing my professional career was a delight.

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As a spokesperson for Dementia Australia, Jessica has revealed her mom’s battle to battle this “invisible” illness. Jessica posted the announcement of Christine’s death on Instagram

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“Last Thursday in the wee hours of the morning, Mum’s journey peacefully ended,” the actress said. It was a privilege to be an actress of this caliber. She was kind, wise, witty, loving and kind.”

Jessica added, “She was the hardest-working person I’ve ever known and would do anything for anyone.” She’s the main reason why I’m who I am.

“She always believed in me and that I could achieve anything when I put my mind to it. She always encouraged me to set my sights high. She would always tell me, “Good night, love you, don’t forget,” each night while I was still a teenager.

Jessica said, “Maybe that was her way of prematurely reminding me that even though her memory took her away from us in her final years, she would never forget how deeply she loved us.” The heartfelt message was completed with the words, “Good night, Mum, I love you, don’t forget x.”


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