EastEnders spoilers: Ronnie Mitchell violently attacks Roxy

EastEnders E About Episode Guide. Video clips are automatically supplied by broadcasters and distributors. Summary Phil returns from hospital, horrified to discover that Ronnie is dating a policeman. She tries to talk him round, but he asks her a simple question – what would Charlie think if he knew his girlfriend was a killer? Linda is forced to put on a brave face yet again when Mick arranges for Stacey to do her hair, although as the women get chatting, the distressed landlady finds a kindred spirit. Alfie assures Kat he has found them somewhere to live as she prepares to leave hospital – but she is more concerned with the way she looks – the Masoods make plans for Tamwar’s birthday and there’s a new face on the market, a cheeky stallholder whose behaviour immediately annoys Shabnam. Ronnie Mitchell Samantha Womack. Charlie Cotton Declan Bennett. Dot Branning June Brown.

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Ronnie is also the cousin of Phil , Grant and Sam. During a period of separation, Roxy becomes pregnant by Jack after a one-night stand. Ronnie, unaware of who the father is, offers to support her sister and they briefly return to Ibiza. She is relieved when Roxy returns to the Square but horrified when Peggy announces that she and Archie are engaged. Ronnie is hurt when she learns of Amy’s paternity but eventually forgives them both. On Archie and Peggy’s wedding day, Danielle tells Ronnie that she is her daughter.

the character Ronnie Branning switched her dead baby with Kat Slater’s newborn child. EastEnders, the flagship BBC soap opera renowned.

Ronnie Mitchell has her hands full on EastEnders next week, as she desperately tries to solve everyone else’s problems. Ronnie Samantha Womack usually has enough drama of her own to deal with, but this time she’s concentrating on dishing out advice to her sister Roxy and builder Andy Flynn. Viewers have seen that Roxy Rita Simons is back on a troubled path following her return to Albert Square this month, so Ronnie is desperate to get her back on the straight and narrow.

Linda Carter Kellie Bright makes the first big attempt to get through to Roxy, recognising that her frightening encounter with Dean Wicks lies at the heart of her current issues. Roxy doesn’t want to hear Linda’s advice, but Ronnie may have better luck when she manages to convince her sister to sit down for a talk.

Having spent another few days away from the Square, Roxy tells Ronnie that she’s keen to make a fresh start and is now renting out a new flat. Will these assurances be enough to satisfy Ronnie? Still oblivious to builder Andy’s sinister true colours, Ronnie decides to get involved in his problems too when she spots him trying to flee from the Square.

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The former EastEnders star’s representative confirmed the actress is set to divorce her hairdresser husband Theo Silverston after they’ve been secretly living apart. Former EastEnders star Rita Simons is splitting from her husband of 14 years after they’ve secretly been living apart. The sad split was confirmed by Rita’s representatives, the Daily Star reports.

It’s said that the year-old actress had been “growing apart” from her husband as they decided to call time on their relationship. And it’s reported that the former couple, who share twin daughters, have been secretly living apart since as far back as

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Just one day after it emerged that EastEnders’ longest-running soap star Adam Woodyatt had called it quits with his wife of 22 years Beverley Sharp, Rita Simons — who played Roxy Mitchell on the TV show — has split from her hairdresser husband Theo Silverston. The pair were married for 14 years. According to The Daily Star, the two who share twin children, now 14, have been living apart since Silverston reportedly moved out of the family home which is located in Hertfordshire in the UK close to where EastEnders is filmed a while ago.

It’s believed that the year-old TV star is now keen to sell the family home so she can make a fresh start. A spokesperson for Simons shared a statement with the outlet regarding their split. Instagram “Rita and Theo have been separated for almost two years and Theo moved out of the family home some time ago. Isabel Thomson Officer. Read full article. Grey’s Anatomy star Caterina Scorsone splits from Rob Giles after more than 10 years of marriage 4 months ago.

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Ronnie Mitchell has her hands full on EastEnders next week, as she desperately tries to solve everyone else’s problems. Ronnie (Samantha.

The switchboard lights at the BBC’s complaints centre began to flash even before the closing credits rolled on the New Year’s Eve edition of EastEnders. It was not long before the email inbox was filling rapidly as viewers — many of them bereaved mothers and fathers — gave vent to their feelings after the character Ronnie Branning switched her dead baby with Kat Slater’s newborn child. EastEnders, the flagship BBC soap opera renowned for taking on difficult social issues, was tackling sudden infant death syndrome Sids , or cot death.

Its no doubt noble intention to highlight the plight of victims and their parents was quickly subsumed in the wave of complaints from viewers who thought that the show’s baby-switching plot was an unnecessary and hurtful over-dramatisation. Once again the broadcaster found itself in the centre of a media storm and had to backpedal quickly. Unlike its last bruising encounter with the tabloid press, after Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross left an abusive telephone message for the veteran actor Andrew Sachs live on Radio 2, there was no whiff of a media witch hunt fuelled by a moral-minority agenda.

Complaints to the BBC were expected to top 9, yesterday, the highest in the history of the soap. There was so much outraged traffic on Mumsnet, the internet forum, that its founder, Justine Roberts, wrote to the BBC’s director-general, Mark Thompson. For her pains she and concerned Mumsnetters have been invited to confront EastEnders bosses this Wednesday.

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