EastEnders: Lily Slater gives birth to a baby daughter
EastEnders’ Stacey Slater (played by Lacey Turner) could push her daughter Lily Slater (Lilla Turner) away just days after giving birth as she questions her parenting techniques.
During Monday night’s episode, Stacey finally realised that it had been Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) who had been stalking her over the past few months.
Lashing out at Theo, Stacey called him a “geeky little Geography teacher” which left him angry and showing another side to him.
Horrified at the revelation, Stacey attempted to leave the room but was stopped by Theo, until they heard Lily Slater (Lillia Turner) scream out in pain that she had gone into labour.
In upcoming scenes, everyone is left exhausted at Number 31 after a sleepless night thanks to baby Charli, Lily’s little girl.
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Stacey decides to take charge, after having children of her own but Lily convinces her and Eve Unwin (Heather Peace)to go to work and let her take care of her own daughter.
At first, Stacey is reluctant to leave but finally agrees. However, disaster soon strikes when Lily and Ricky Mitchell (Frankie Day) go out.
Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) is soon horrified to find them messing around with baby Charli despite only being days old.
Angry, he marches over to Stacey and begins to throw accusations around, leaving Stacey mortified and dragging Lily home.
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Still reeling over the incident, Stacey continues to nitpick at Lily’s parenting and the way she is handling Charli, but Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) steps in and tells Stacey off.
As Stacey explains why she is so protective, Jean reminds her that Theo has gone.
Jean adds that Lily is Charli’s mother and is the one who must protect her daughter and make the same mistakes that Stacey did when she became a mother for the first time.
Walking outside to cool off, Stacey finds something horrifying waiting for her.
Can Stacey and Lily work together and find a coherent way of living together and helping bring up Charli together?
Has Theo returned for Stacey already, leaving her a sign that he won’t back down without a fight?
Could there be something more sinister to do with Theo’s return as he sets his sights on Lily and Charli?
EastEnders airs weekdays from 7.30pm on BBC One.
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