Phil Mitchell’s (played by Steve McFadden) ex Lisa (Lucy Benjamin) is set to return for a brief stint as she turns up to support her daughter.
Next week on the BBC soap, Louise (Tilly Keeper) looks set to go through some difficulties which could see her reach out to her mother.
Louise is set to struggle on EastEnders as some school friends mock her for being pregnant.
Mel Owen (Tamzin Outhwaite), a good friend of Lisa’s, finds out what’s going on and approaches Louise to help her out.
She decides to plan a day out for the pair of them to raise Louise’s spirits.
Mel can tell there’s something troubling the teenager and encourages her to speak up about what’s going on.
As Mel learns that Louise hasn’t told her mum about the baby, she urges her to open up to Lisa.
Will Louise listen to what Mel has to say and get in touch?
As for Mel, there could be heartbreak ahead for Mel when it comes to her son Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter).
A horrifying twist is set to hit Walford later this autumn as her son is killed off, according to the Daily Star.
It has already been revealed that Hunter would be returning but it looks to lead to his demise.
A TV source told the publication: “It’s a big decision to kill off a major character, but producers are confident this will be great telly.
“Hunter’s death is going to rock Albert Square.”
“There will be plenty to keep viewers hooked,” the insider told the Daily Star.
“Hunter’s final weeks on Albert Square will be anything but dull.”
The revelation comes as Mel is set to leave Albert Square behind again, with actress Tamzin saying: “When John [Yorke] asked me to return to EastEnders back in 2017, I jumped at the chance to play Mel once more but it was only supposed to be for a year.
“That year quickly passed and I agreed to stay on for another, but now the time feels right to once again pursue other challenges.
“I will of course miss so many people here at EastEnders, and I will forever have good memories of my time at the show, but I am also excited to experience new roles outside of Walford.”
Whilst executive producer Jon Sen said: “We are extremely grateful to Tamzin for reviving the character of Mel Owen back in 2017, allowing EastEnders fans the chance to see one of Walford’s most popular characters take centre stage once more.
“Tamzin is an incredible talent who has set our screens on fire with her wonderful performances in some of our most iconic storylines. We wish her the best of luck for the future.”
EastEnders continues tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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