They finally found their way back to each other after months of animosity when he couldn’t recall his life with her, and got engaged to be married again after his divorce from Eve was finalized. However, Jennifer will land in some trouble that could put a tragic end to everything she hoped to have with Jack on the Tuesday, Nov. 5 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”

After Jack (Matthew Ashford) finally regained his memories on the NBC soap, it appeared nothing could stand in the way of he and Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) finally reuniting. Everything was going their way too, with Eve (Kassie DePaiva) even signing off on her divorce from Jack as well, which allowed the two to become engaged and start planning their own affair. However, following Lani (Sal Stowers) unexpectedly dumping Eli (Lamon Archey) at the altar, they, as well as Adrienne (Judi Evans) and Justin (Wally Kurth) may move up their plans.

“A double wedding takes place in the town square,” spoilers reveal.

However, all the joy from the wedding won’t last long, as a preview clip for the week shows the weddings happening, but also teases a funeral, as someone who looks like Jennifer appears to fall from a rooftop—right in front of Jack and their son, JJ (Casey Moss).

As for how that situation befalls Jennifer, it will likely be because of something she manages to uncover, specifically regarding the fact that Hope (Kristian Alfonso) has been acting so strangely recently, mainly because she’s been reprogrammed as Princess Gina, her alter ego. Now, Jennifer will realize what has happened by “making a shocking discovery,” and that will force Gina to do whatever she finds necessary so she isn’t exposed.

“Princess Gina takes drastic measures to protect Rolf’s secrets,” spoilers state.

Now, with Jennifer’s life potentially hanging in the balance, she and Jack could find themselves ripped apart once again.

“Days of Our Lives” airs weekdays on NBC.

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Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) makes a shocking discovery on the Nov. 5, 2019 episode of “Days of Our Lives.” XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC