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ENDER LOVE? Eve Unwin grows closer to another woman in shock EastEnders spoilers

SUKI Panesar turned her back on her treacherous husband Nish in late, 2023, ready to embark on a new life with Eve Unwin.

However, the EastEnders favourite played by Heather Peace grows closer to another woman in Albert Square.

Eve Unwin and Suki Panesar have made things official but there’s trouble in paradise Vinny tries to fix the issue, caused by Suki being kicked out of No.31
Vinny tries to fix the issue, caused by Suki being kicked out of No.31Credit: BBC
Stacey gave Suki the boot and Eve feels caught up in the middle

Stacey gave Suki the boot and Eve feels caught up in the middle 

After many months of doubts and hesitation, Suki (portrayed by Balvinder Sopal) finally chose to be with her lover Eve Unwin.

But while the pair managed to get their happily ever after, life in Walford is far from a fairy tale and the Six’s murder secret has been weighing heavy on the couple, unbeknownst to Eve herself.

In recent scenes of the BBC One soap, an argument erupted between Suki and Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) who were both involved in Keanu Taylor’s death.

This prompted Stacey to boot Suki out of No.31, where she had been living since her separation from Nish (Navin Chowdhry).

Suki was then able to return to her own home after the Panesar family disowned Nish once they realised he was a violent and abusive husband with Suki.

Coming up next week, Vinny Panesar (Shiv Jalota) tells his mother Suki to make it up with Eve, who is smarting from her moving out of the Slater house.

Suki apologises and invites Eve to move into No.41 but doesn’t get the response she wanted.

In later scenes, Eve finds an unexpected support in the form of Penny Branning (Kitty Castledine) who becomes an unlikely confidante.

Eve opens up to Penny and admits she is worried that living with Suki’s family would be a recipe for disaster.

Later on, Eve finally talks to Suki about her fears.

But how will Suki react?

While both women try to get their relationship back on track, Stacey Slater faces some trouble of her own as her affair with Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) appears to go south.

It all begins when Stacey and Jack are thrown together as Lily Slater and Ricky Branning celebrate Mother’s Day at Walford East with their baby daughter Charli.

Later on, Amy Mitchell and her half-brother Ricky beg Jack to let them see Denise Fox (Diane Parish), and he promises to speak to the latter’s own daughter Chelsea (Zaraah Abrahams) to try to make it happen.

However, Denise is refusing to see anyone, which causes a preoccupied Johnny Carter (Charlie Suff) to insist that Stacey needs to get to Denise before Jack or the kids do in an attempt to avoid their big murder secret from being thrown out into the open.

Regular viewers of the London-based program will remember that Charlie found out about Keanu’s death when his mother Linda – the killer – confessed everything to him.

In later scenes, Johnny piles on the pressure to get Stacey to sort the issue of Denise for all the women’s sakes, so she asks Denise to let her visit.

Once at the hospital, Denise tells Stacey she’s no longer seeing Keanu but intends to stay put.

Stacey then argues that Denise needs her loved ones around her, just as Jack walks in and demands to know why his mistress is there.

Mortified, Stacey thinks on her feet to give Jack a convincing cover story as to why she’s with Denise, despite her refusing all other visits.

Jack is hurt when Denise turns him away and, during a talk with Dr Abe later, she explains that she feels safe in the hospital and wants to stay.

Meanwhile, Jack is still rattled by Stacey and Denise’s closeness and starts to do some digging.

What will he find?

Will Suki and Stacey have to join forces to avoid prison?

EastEnders airs from Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.

Is Eve and Suki's relationship in danger?

Is Eve and Suki’s relationship in danger? 

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