EastEnders Spoilers: Mel Owen is terrified that Aidan Maguire has taken her son Hunter!

EastEnders Spoilers: Mel Owen is terrified that Aidan Maguire has taken her son Hunter!
Mel could do with some female friends in Albert Square! (Image credit: BBC / Kieron McCarron)

Mel Owen worries that Aidan’s back for revenge, Sonia’s sweet on Martin, Rainie plays games with Max, and Mick is attacked!

Mel sees a car with blacked out windows circling the Square and she’s concerned that something bad is about to go down. When Hunter doesn’t turn up for school, Mel is terrified, fearing that Aidan has returned to Walford to get his revenge. Meanwhile, Kim has noticed the mysterious car and it’s making her edgy. It brings up her worry over Vincent’s disappearance and she makes a call, vowing to get some answers…

Sonia is enjoying playing nursemaid to Martin, who is still suffering with a bad back after defending Stacey in the club. Bex clocks how playful the pair are. She reminisces about when they were happy as a family. Sonia, however, quickly shuts down Bex. She tells that there’s nothing romantic between her and Martin. But is she being coy?

Max and Rainie are doing their best to show the world that they’re ‘in love’. But it’s getting increasingly difficult for them to keep up the pretense! When a frustrated Rainie asks Max for some cash he tells her to get on with punting out cars at the car lot. When Rainie overhears Robbie moaning about his job, she jumps at the chance to get out of doing work herself. She asks Robbie if he’d like a sales job on the car lot – on a commission-only basis of course!

Also, Billy comes up with a plan to win back Honey. Mick is jumped on by a mystery person in the Vic barrel store…

Rachel Lucas
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