EastEnders spoilers: Iqra Ahmed makes a shock confession to Mariam!

EastEnders Iqra Ahmed and Habiba Ahmed
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Mariam questions Iqra and Habiba about why they're in the Square, Lola puts some fresh doubts in Honey's mind about Adam, Sonia's suspicious of Robbie.

Habiba and Iqra are about to be busted by Mariam and Arshad, who realise that something happened that prompted them to come to the Square. Iqra finally confesses that she ran away from an impending marriage as she doesn’t want to go through with the wedding. Mariam encourages Iqra to at least call home and break the news to her dad. She and Arshad agree the girls can continue to stay with them, much to Iqra and Habiba's relief.

Honey is still in a mood with Billy for suggesting that Adam was cheating on her. Lola is concerned about the tension between the pair and tries to convince Honey that Billy wouldn’t lie to her. Honey refuses to listen to Lola and she gets her things ready to move in with Adam. Meanwhile, Habiba gets Adam on his own to talk to him about their future and she begs him to leave Honey and be with her. What will he say?

Sonia tries to arrange to spend the day with Robbie and Sami but she’s soon suspicious that Robbie is up to no good. After she realises that Robbie has lied about his plans with Sami, she says she’s going to call Nita. Robbie prevents Robbie from calling Nita but is he keeping something from her?

EastEnders Mick Carter and Terry

Mick offers Terry cash for the tickets

Also, Terry refuses to let Mick have his Spice Girls tickets. Tina treats herself to getting her hair done at the salon but Chantelle and Kim’s bickering ruins everything!

EastEnders continues on BBC1 later this evening at 8.30pm

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