EastEnders spoilers: Louise Mitchell makes a confession!
Louise Mitchell has a heart-to-heart with Bex Fowler, Chantelle Atkins' romantic treat is cut short and Stuart Highway threatens Kathy Beale.
Sonia Fowler is onto hubby Martin Fowler as she suspects he’s up to something in Monday’s episode of EastEnders (8pm, see our TV Guide (opens in new tab) for full listings). When she confronts him will he tell her the truth?
Later, Martin asks Louise Mitchell to visit his daughter Bex Fowler in the wake of her suicide attempt (opens in new tab). Despite Bex being her bestie, a pregnant Louise finds an excuse not to go.
When Mel Owen overhears Louise admitting to her mum Lisa Fowler that she’s terrified about seeing Bex, she encourages Louise to talk to her. Louise opens up to Mel and later works up the courage to see Bex, who opens up. Sonia and Martin are relieved that Bex has her closest mate to talk to.
Gray Atkins tells wife Chantelle Atkins that he’s booked them an overnight stay in a hotel as a treat. But they’ve got a babysitting problem until Gray convinces Chantelle’s mum Karen Taylor to look after the kids. When son Mackenzie Atkins is sick all over the sofa, however, Gray and Chantelle are forced to cut their night short and return home in EastEnders.
Kathy Beale has been left rattled after a run in with Rainie Branning and Stuart Highway. She suggests to Max Branning that he let Rainie babysit baby Abi Branning, with her supervising. Max, however, is incensed and tells Kathy he wants her to promise that she won’t let Rainie see Abi.
Stuart is determined to make things right for his girlfriend and he threatens Kathy, claiming that he’ll spill the beans on what she did if she doesn’t let Rainie spend time with the baby. What will Kathy say?
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Also, teenagers Keegan Baker and Tiffany Butcher have a big talk about their future. Whitney Dean is unsure when Leo asks her out for a drink.
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Tuesday at 7.30pm
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