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EastEnders spoilers: Habiba Ahmed is dumped on by Adam

EastEnders Adam cancels on Habiba

Habiba Ahmed is stood up by Adam Bateman, Rainie Branning is upset by Stuart Highway's suspicions, and Denise Fox gets a surprise visitor.

EastEnders Habiba Ahmed is gutted after her secret lover Adam Bateman cancels on the date he’d promised her. She is left outraged when he then turns up at her restaurant with his girlfriend Honey Mitchell!

Habiba manages to get Adam on his own and she confronts him. She insists she’s had enough of him stringing her along and she wants to know when he’s going to leave Honey for her. Will smooth-talking Adam be able to bring her round?

Later, Adam heads to the Ahmeds’ house where he finds Habiba’s sister Iqra Ahmed. She’s getting ready to go out and is shifty when he asks her who she’s meeting up with…

EastEnders Stuart takes Rainie to an NA meeting

Stuart and Rainie go to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting (Picture: BBC)

Rainie Branning is hurt when her date Stuart Highway ends up taking her to an Narcotics Anonymous meeting in the Community Centre.

He’s concerned that her painkiller use has got her hooked on drugs again. Rainie is upset that Stuart won’t trust her and she’s angry with him. Is their budding relationship over before it’s begun?

Denise Fox is looking forward to Patrick Trueman’s return to Albert Square from his long stay in the Caribbean.

She throws herself into preparations for his homecoming, but she’s taken aback when Patrick turns up with a guest in tow. He’s brought new lady friend Sheree…

EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Monday at 8.00 pm

Rachel Lucas
Rachel Lucas

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