Keegan Baker (Zack Morris) and Tiffany Butcher (Maisie Smith) are all set to elope and get married in EastEnders tonight – however whereas they wish to the longer term and excited to grow to be man and spouse, their households produce other concepts.
Having heard of the plans of Walford’s younger lovers, Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley) leads the way in which because the involved kinfolk suppose they’re shifting too quick. As Tiffany and Keegan arrive on the venue, they’re horrified when their households present up and make their emotions clear.
And the delay signifies that the couple lose their slot. As Keegan and Tiffany’s day lies in tatters, their response to lacking the chance to commit to 1 one other reveals a unique facet to the state of affairs for Karen and the others.
So because the registrar will get set to go away, Karen finds herself taking drastic motion as she leaps onto his car to dam him from leaving. Demanding that he marries the couple (that’s one severe u-turn) earlier than he goes, Karen refuses to budge – however will it backfire and finish with her being arrested?
We can’t affirm whether or not the wedding goes forward however Maisie is for certain that they might have a shiny future collectively – and their emotions are completely real.
She informed Metro.co.uk: ‘They have been through so much individually and for them to fall in love shows how much they each have individually grown as characters. It’s an attractive relationship as a result of they’re each so weak – they’ve an excellent dynamic I feel.
‘They are totally genuine about each other. Because they have been through so much, they have been forced to grow up much quicker than others. I don’t suppose their relationship is little one like in any respect – they’ve a number of love for one another. They’re a little bit of an influence couple!’
She added: ‘With any relationship, there may be at all times a threat however so long as they’re pleased they need to go along with what they suppose feels proper.’
EastEnders airs the dramatic wedding scenes on Friday 8 November at 8pm on BBC One.