We all saw the efforts made by Zora to save her marriage. She actually proved that she loved Fella and wanted to stay with him the rest of her life. Reaching to a point of working in her own house under the lady who snatched her husband (Shanice) revealed how patient she was. However, after realizing that there was no hope for Fella to change, Zora decided to leave Fella's place with Simba.
Recently, we saw how she confessed before Fella and his mum together with her mum that she don't want anything to do with Fella anymore. She also demanded a divorce but Fella refused completely. While we might may be expect Zora to change her mind and get back to Fella, the chances for her to do so are very minimal.
There is probability that the new student who joined Zora's former school she used to teach was Fella's daughter. Her mum must have not yet revealed to her about her alleged dad Fella. If it get to be revealed that Fella has a daughter then he should forget about Zora. She will hardly accept to stay with him since not so many ladies can tolerate such like situation. This might be the main cause as to why Zora might never get back to Fella.
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