Whitney Dean can't let go of her concerns that there's something really wrong about Gray Atkins, especially after the warning from his old boss Laura, who suggested he was a dangerous man.
She turns to Laura again to ask her to speak to Gray's fiancee Chelsea Fox and convince her that she needs to leave him. Laura reveals that she's already tried talking to Chelsea, but she refused to believe her.
When Whitney later sees Kheerat Panesar talking to Gray and telling him he'll come to the wedding, she feels that she has no allies left and she despairs.
She confronts Kheerat about why he's suddenly so pally with Gray and she's gobsmacked when he tells her to drop it, saying that Gray is a good man...
Zack Hudson is struggling with his guilt over Jada's disappearance with baby Alyssa, as he know that he's to blame. When Phil Mitchell breaks the news to an upset Sharon Watts that his PI hasn't been able to find Jada, Zack feels even worse.
In a bid to overcompensate, Zack suggests to Martin Fowler that they put up some Christmas decorations for Sharon to cheer her up. But their good deed ends in disaster when they break Sharon's late son Denny Rickman's angel, leaving Sharon heartbroken.
Heading to the Vic to drown his sorrows, Zack confesses to Nancy Carter that he's the reason Jada left. Big mistake as she accidentally lets slip to Martin that Zack warned off Jada! Will Sharon find out?
Karen Taylor and Mitch Baker are struggling ahead of Gray Atkins' wedding to Chelsea Fox, as the death of their daughter Chantelle Atkins is still too raw.
They tell their former son-in-law that they can't come to the ceremony as it's too hard for them.
Also, Chelsea tries to get aunt Kim Fox to make up with her sister Denise Fox, while Mick Carter and Janine Butcher plan a 'Best Spouse in the 'Ouse' competition at the Queen vVc.
EastEnders continues on BBC1 on Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
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