Why did Breda kill Harry in Hollyoaks?

Harry met his maker at Bredas hands (Picture: Lime Pictures)

Serial killer Breda McQueen (Moya Brady) has left a trail of destruction across Hollyoaks in recent months after claiming a string of victims.

While the likes of Louis Loveday and Mac Nightingale met their maker at her hands earlier in the year, the soap recently dished up a big shock when Breda also took the life of Harry Thompson (Parry Glasspool).

The truths about to come out to his dad Tony (Nick Pickard) too as he finally discovers Harrys body – but just what did happen to him?

Heres what you need to know…

Why did Breda kill Harry in Hollyoaks?

Moya Brady as Breda McQueen and Nick Pickard as Tony Hutchinson in Hollyoaks
Tonys set to discover where Harrys remains are (Picture: Lime Pictures)

Breda killed Harry after learning that he was planning to go on the run from the police, leaving his newborn baby with single mum Sadie (Alexa Lee).

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She has been targeting people she perceives to be bad fathers, feeling like God is telling her to rid the world of them – hence the reason she targeted Harry.

The character had been facing some pretty big dilemmas at the time of his death, with his relationship with James Nightingale (Gregory Finnigan) looking rocky, as well as potentially facing jail for a crime he didnt commit, after his vehicle was used in the hit-and-run against Grace Black (Tamara Wall).

Sadies arrival and the news she was carrying his child only further added to his problems.

Prior to his death, however, he had new information which proved he wasnt responsible for the crash, while Tony had also called him in a bid to repair their relationship.

However that didnt stop Breda, whose most up to date information was that he planned to flee, thus abandoning his newborn child – and as a result stabbed Harry to death.

With Tonys fate hanging in the balance, could Harrys dad be the next to be dispatched?

Well have to keep watching to find that one out – but with the Breda narrative Read More – Source