It's the shock twin plot twist that has engrossed Home And Away fans and now, it looks like a major love story could be coming up for Owen Slater.
On Monday, Cameron Daddo and Georgie Parker, who play Owen and Roo Stewart on the soapie, appeared on The Morning Show and hinted some very exciting things are coming up for their characters.
WATCH IN THE PLAYER ABOVE: Georgie and Cameron on their character's falling in love
Despite Roo and Owen's bumpy introduction, the pair are now on friendly terms and have even had their first date together.
When pressed by The Morning Show's Kylie Gillies as to whether a wedding could be on the cards for their characters, Georgie and Cameron were optimistic.
"I don't know... Wouldn't that be fun?" Georgie giggled, before turning to Cameron and joking: "Hey, I do!"
Georgie also predicted that if Roo ever got in a serious relationship, she'd be the one to propose.
Roo is certainly due for a romance on the show with her last serious relationship happening over a decade ago.
Like most of Summer Bay's residents, her character Roo has struggled to form a long lasting connection with any of the men she's dated over the years, including Harvey Ryan (Marcus Graham), James Edmunds (Myles Pollard) and James Mayvers (Tim Ross).
Roo, who was originally played by Justine Clarke in the late 80s before Georgie took over the role in 2010, was also briefly married to Frank Morgan (Alex Papps) in one of the show's iconic early storylines.
Most recently, Georgie told Digital Spy that she wanted her next on-screen romance to be long-lasting.
"If Roo was to find love again, I'd want it to be long-term. I would want it to be 'the one' – somebody who moves into Summer Bay, becomes part of the house and part of the family. Something steady and long-term," she explained to the publication.
Well, Cameron definitely ticks those boxes!
"I've worked with Cameron before on another show, and it's so great to have someone who is not only professional and who started in the business at the same time as I did, but he is one of the most charming and pleasant people I have ever met," the actress explained on Monday.
"We became quite close - and it's a beautiful thing to go to work and see him there."
Meanwhile Cameron admitted Owen will be leaning on Roo more than ever as he tries to find out about his long lost twin brother Ryder, who has sadly passed away.
"Owen didn't know he had a brother or that he was adopted. This was all found out as he arrived just to have a wave at Summer Bay," the actor said during his Morning Show appearance.
"So his brother's dead, his parents are dead, and the only people that can tell him about who he really is are Roo and his nephew, Ryder. So it's quite emotional."
In August, Cameron shocked fans when he returned to Summer Bay playing his dead character Evan's long lost twin brother Owen.