EastEnders spoilers: Louise Mitchell blackmails Phil

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Louise gives Phil an ultimatum after he tells her to abort her baby, Stacey is horrified by Kat's revelation, and Robbie is hiding something from Sonia.

Phil and Louise are still at loggerheads over her baby. When Phil suggests to Louise that he’ll pay for her to have an abortion she is livid. Louise makes it clear that she’s keeping her baby and insists that if he tells Keanu that she’s still pregnant, she’ll tell everyone that he pimped Keanu out to date her.

EastEnder Kat Moon and Stacey Fowler

Kat and Stacey make dinner

Kat does her best to talk Kush out of going for joint custody of Arthur and she’s hopeful her plan has worked. Stacey and Kat prepare dinner for Kush and Martin to try to build bridges between them following their falling out over Bex. It all kicks off, however, when Kat accidentally lets slip to a horrified Stacey about Kush’s plans for Arthur. Rushing over to confront Kush, Stacey goes ballistic. Martin and Kat get dragged into the argument and Stacey tells a mortified Kat that she doesn’t want anything to do with her anymore.

Sonia is pleased when her brother Robbie returns to Albert Square, along with Sami, his young son. Sami’s mum Nita texts Robbie telling him to enjoy his week with Sami. Robbie looks guilty. What is he hiding? Robbie needs somewhere to stay, as things are tense at Sonia’s. Kush offers Robbie and Sami his spare room.

EastEnders Mick Carter

Mick enters a Spice Girls competition

Also, Linda is concerned about Ollie’s behaviour and Mick comes up with an idea to cheer her up. Jack reassures Denise that he’s got no interest in getting back with Mel.

EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Tuesday at 7.30 pm

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