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EastEnders legend Kathy Beale to bring down Gray Atkins as heartbreak rocks Walford?

Kathy Beale of EASTENDERS has recently taken a backseat to the drama on the BBC soap, but she could play a key role in Gray Atkins’ sentencing for his heinous crimes.

Since Toby-Alexander Smith (EastEnders villain Gray) arrived on the Square almost three years ago, Kathy (played by Gillian Taylforth) has had no involvement with him. It’s fair to say that the BBC soap icon has seen her fair share of drama over the years, and viewers might assume that with so much experience, she’d be able to spot a shady character among the crowd. This is likely to happen in upcoming scenes, as the two characters will share a scene together that will prove fatal for the murderer.

The drama picks up next week, with Gray still unconscious after being assaulted by Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) over Chantelle Atkins’ (Jessica Plummer) death in Monday’s episode.

While he is in a coma in a hospital bed, his wife Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams) is making the most of the fact that she is not under his control.

Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty), who believes the villain is a nasty character who needs to be defeated, is relieved to see the mother of one regaining her confidence.

What makes her even happier is overhearing Gray’s wife discussing why she hasn’t been to see her husband with Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley).

Karen drives herself to the hospital, knowing she must be by her ex-son-in-bedside, law’s and begins to speak with Gray about Whitney and his children.

Hearing Whitney’s name seems to elicit a reaction from the villain, as his eyes begin to flicker as he awakens from his coma.

Chelsea reluctantly decides to pay her husband a visit to keep up appearances now that he is awake and wants answers about what happened to him.

When the villain learns that his wife is regaining her confidence, he becomes enraged, and he becomes even more enraged when no one seems to care about what happened to him.

His attention is drawn to a newspaper headline about a body being discovered on the Square in the same spot where Tina Carter’s (Luisa Bradshaw-White) body was discovered.

The news spreads that the beloved character’s remains have been discovered, and her family is devastated.

When he arrives at Kathy’s café, he questions the proprietor about the Carters’ decision to close Queen Vic to the public.

Unfortunately, she is unaware that Tina has been identified as the deceased at this time, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t aware of Gray’s shady behavior.

Kathy has had her pick of bad men over the years, from gangster Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) to her abusive husband, Gavin Sullivan, who has committed a variety of crimes (Paul Nicholas).

She can tell when someone has a guilty conscience and based on Gray’s behavior, she believes he had something to do with the death.

The villain is well aware that the walls are closing in on him at this point, but he may not realize that he has given away the game.

Although he has a reputation as Mr Nice Guy on the Square, Kathy is aware that this is all a ruse to hide his true colors.

She can begin to piece together the jigsaw puzzle as she considers his years in Walford, and she believes he may have murdered Chantelle.

The café owner, unaware of how accurate she is, could report her suspicions to the police, and Gray would have no time to intervene because she would be the last person he would expect to bring him down.

Tina was also a good friend of Kathy’s, so when she learns she is dead, she will seek justice for the beloved Walford resident.

Could this be the story’s biggest surprise twist that no one saw coming?

Kathy has been involved with a number of men in the past, including the villainous James Willmott-Brown (William Boyde).

During his first run on the show, he was involved in a harrowing storyline in which he raped Kathy and was later found guilty.

After a brief return to the soap a few years later, he was arrested again for raping another woman.

In 2017, he returned for a second time, this time confronting Kathy about their past in scenes that cemented her status as a Walford legend.

“It was very dark and scary,” the actress who plays Kathy, Gillian, said of filming the intense episodes at the time.
“It was brilliant to do and it was hard because there were some long, long paragraphs to learn,” she continued in an interview with Metro.co.uk.

“There were other storylines going on, but this was fantastic for me, and working with Will again was fantastic.”

First and foremost, I was unaware that James would be returning. “There’s a big storyline coming up,” they kept saying, and I had no idea what it was.”

So, could Kathy’s history with the Square’s nefarious characters help her get Gray imprisoned for the rest of his life?

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Kathy Beale of EASTENDERS has recently taken a backseat to the drama on the BBC soap, but she could play a key role in Gray Atkins’ sentencing for his heinous crimes.

Since Toby-Alexander Smith (EastEnders villain Gray) arrived on the Square almost three years ago, Kathy (played by Gillian Taylforth) has had no involvement with him. It’s fair to say that the BBC soap icon has seen her fair share of drama over the years, and viewers might assume that with so much experience, she’d be able to spot a shady character among the crowd. This is likely to happen in upcoming scenes, as the two characters will share a scene together that will prove fatal for the murderer.

The drama picks up next week, with Gray still unconscious after being assaulted by Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) over Chantelle Atkins’ (Jessica Plummer) death in Monday’s episode.

While he is in a coma in a hospital bed, his wife Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams) is making the most of the fact that she is not under his control.

Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty), who believes the villain is a nasty character who needs to be defeated, is relieved to see the mother of one regaining her confidence.

What makes her even happier is overhearing Gray’s wife discussing why she hasn’t been to see her husband with Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley).

Karen drives herself to the hospital, knowing she must be by her ex-son-in-bedside, law’s and begins to speak with Gray about Whitney and his children.

Hearing Whitney’s name seems to elicit a reaction from the villain, as his eyes begin to flicker as he awakens from his coma.

Chelsea reluctantly decides to pay her husband a visit to keep up appearances now that he is awake and wants answers about what happened to him.

When the villain learns that his wife is regaining her confidence, he becomes enraged, and he becomes even more enraged when no one seems to care about what happened to him.

His attention is drawn to a newspaper headline about a body being discovered on the Square in the same spot where Tina Carter’s (Luisa Bradshaw-White) body was discovered.

The news spreads that the beloved character’s remains have been discovered, and her family is devastated.

When he arrives at Kathy’s café, he questions the proprietor about the Carters’ decision to close Queen Vic to the public.

Unfortunately, she is unaware that Tina has been identified as the deceased at this time, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t aware of Gray’s shady behavior.

Kathy has had her pick of bad men over the years, from gangster Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) to her abusive husband, Gavin Sullivan, who has committed a variety of crimes (Paul Nicholas).

She can tell when someone has a guilty conscience and based on Gray’s behavior, she believes he had something to do with the death.

The villain is well aware that the walls are closing in on him at this point, but he may not realize that he has given away the game.

Although he has a reputation as Mr Nice Guy on the Square, Kathy is aware that this is all a ruse to hide his true colors.

She can begin to piece together the jigsaw puzzle as she considers his years in Walford, and she believes he may have murdered Chantelle.

The café owner, unaware of how accurate she is, could report her suspicions to the police, and Gray would have no time to intervene because she would be the last person he would expect to bring him down.

Tina was also a good friend of Kathy’s, so when she learns she is dead, she will seek justice for the beloved Walford resident.

Could this be the story’s biggest surprise twist that no one saw coming?

Kathy has been involved with a number of men in the past, including the villainous James Willmott-Brown (William Boyde).

During his first run on the show, he was involved in a harrowing storyline in which he raped Kathy and was later found guilty.

After a brief return to the soap a few years later, he was arrested again for raping another woman.

In 2017, he returned for a second time, this time confronting Kathy about their past in scenes that cemented her status as a Walford legend.

“It was very dark and scary,” the actress who plays Kathy, Gillian, said of filming the intense episodes at the time.
“It was brilliant to do and it was hard because there were some long, long paragraphs to learn,” she continued in an interview with Metro.co.uk.

“There were other storylines going on, but this was fantastic for me, and working with Will again was fantastic.”

First and foremost, I was unaware that James would be returning. “There’s a big storyline coming up,” they kept saying, and I had no idea what it was.”

So, could Kathy’s history with the Square’s nefarious characters help her get Gray imprisoned for the rest of his life?

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Kathy Beale of EASTENDERS has recently taken a backseat to the drama on the BBC soap, but she could play a key role in Gray Atkins’ sentencing for his heinous crimes.

Since Toby-Alexander Smith (EastEnders villain Gray) arrived on the Square almost three years ago, Kathy (played by Gillian Taylforth) has had no involvement with him. It’s fair to say that the BBC soap icon has seen her fair share of drama over the years, and viewers might assume that with so much experience, she’d be able to spot a shady character among the crowd. This is likely to happen in upcoming scenes, as the two characters will share a scene together that will prove fatal for the murderer.

The drama picks up next week, with Gray still unconscious after being assaulted by Kheerat Panesar (Jaz Deol) over Chantelle Atkins’ (Jessica Plummer) death in Monday’s episode.

While he is in a coma in a hospital bed, his wife Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams) is making the most of the fact that she is not under his control.

Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty), who believes the villain is a nasty character who needs to be defeated, is relieved to see the mother of one regaining her confidence.

What makes her even happier is overhearing Gray’s wife discussing why she hasn’t been to see her husband with Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley).

Karen drives herself to the hospital, knowing she must be by her ex-son-in-bedside, law’s and begins to speak with Gray about Whitney and his children.

Hearing Whitney’s name seems to elicit a reaction from the villain, as his eyes begin to flicker as he awakens from his coma.

Chelsea reluctantly decides to pay her husband a visit to keep up appearances now that he is awake and wants answers about what happened to him.

When the villain learns that his wife is regaining her confidence, he becomes enraged, and he becomes even more enraged when no one seems to care about what happened to him.

His attention is drawn to a newspaper headline about a body being discovered on the Square in the same spot where Tina Carter’s (Luisa Bradshaw-White) body was discovered.

The news spreads that the beloved character’s remains have been discovered, and her family is devastated.

When he arrives at Kathy’s café, he questions the proprietor about the Carters’ decision to close Queen Vic to the public.

Unfortunately, she is unaware that Tina has been identified as the deceased at this time, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t aware of Gray’s shady behavior.

Kathy has had her pick of bad men over the years, from gangster Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) to her abusive husband, Gavin Sullivan, who has committed a variety of crimes (Paul Nicholas).

She can tell when someone has a guilty conscience and based on Gray’s behavior, she believes he had something to do with the death.

The villain is well aware that the walls are closing in on him at this point, but he may not realize that he has given away the game.

Although he has a reputation as Mr Nice Guy on the Square, Kathy is aware that this is all a ruse to hide his true colors.

She can begin to piece together the jigsaw puzzle as she considers his years in Walford, and she believes he may have murdered Chantelle.

The café owner, unaware of how accurate she is, could report her suspicions to the police, and Gray would have no time to intervene because she would be the last person he would expect to bring him down.

Tina was also a good friend of Kathy’s, so when she learns she is dead, she will seek justice for the beloved Walford resident.

Could this be the story’s biggest surprise twist that no one saw coming?

Kathy has been involved with a number of men in the past, including the villainous James Willmott-Brown (William Boyde).

During his first run on the show, he was involved in a harrowing storyline in which he raped Kathy and was later found guilty.

After a brief return to the soap a few years later, he was arrested again for raping another woman.

In 2017, he returned for a second time, this time confronting Kathy about their past in scenes that cemented her status as a Walford legend.

“It was very dark and scary,” the actress who plays Kathy, Gillian, said of filming the intense episodes at the time.
“It was brilliant to do and it was hard because there were some long, long paragraphs to learn,” she continued in an interview with Metro.co.uk.

“There were other storylines going on, but this was fantastic for me, and working with Will again was fantastic.”

First and foremost, I was unaware that James would be returning. “There’s a big storyline coming up,” they kept saying, and I had no idea what it was.”

So, could Kathy’s history with the Square’s nefarious characters help her get Gray imprisoned for the rest of his life?

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