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EastEnders split for Honey Mitchell and Jay Brown as beloved character makes exit?

Honey Mitchell and Jay Brown’s romance appears to be coming to an end as they struggle to move past their recent problems on EASTENDERS.

Honey (Emma Barton) has recently taken a backseat to the drama on EastEnders, while her other half, Hay (Jamie Borthwick), has been thrust into the spotlight…and not for the best of reasons. He is struggling to keep the spark alive in his relationship as his feud with Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) continues, as the two of them have been bickering over what is right and wrong. Honey may need to pack her belongings in upcoming scenes on the BBC soap, as it appears that yet another romance will end in disaster. Could a fresh start be beneficial to her as the ghosts of her past haunt her in Walford?

Honey has taken control of her future in recent months, quitting her job at the Minute Mart due to her toxic boss Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal).

Janet Mitchell (Grace), the mother of two, has started to consider other options for herself after assisting her daughter with her modeling and acting career.

The beloved character will have an announcement to make to Jay by the end of next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

The young businessman is taken aback when he learns of his partner’s new venture, and he warns her that it will be difficult for her.

Honey is irritated by her boyfriend’s lack of support and sets out to show him that she can achieve anything she sets her mind to.

This, however, may cause her to consider her future in Walford and whether she and Jay will be able to stand the test of time.

She may decide to leave the Square, knowing that she needs to start her own business without any negativity.

This would mean the end of her relationship, and Jay would be devastated at the prospect of losing his best friend.

Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) always warned his ex-wife that their relationship would end badly, but she had no idea how quickly it would.

As the businessman pleaded for a second chance, the mother of two would stand firm and tell him she would not change her mind.

This would not be Honey’s first departure from Walford, but it is likely to be her last, as she believes the Square holds too many negative memories of her failed relationships.

She first left in 2008, when she decided she couldn’t be married to Billy any longer after three years and moved in with her father.

By 2014, she was making cameo appearances on the soap to discuss the custody of their children with her ex-husband and how she wanted to send Will Mitchell (Freddie Phillips) to Canada to pursue a modeling career.

It was fine at first, but when his contract with the agency was not renewed, Honey decided to return to be closer to the children’s father.

Since then, she’s been a fixture on the Square, starring in a number of high-profile stories, including developing an eating disorder and being drugged by a stranger.

Honey’s departure was forced upon the actress who plays her, Emma, by producers who believed it was time for the character to depart.

Although the soap star was ecstatic to be able to pursue new opportunities in her career, she expressed her disappointment in having to say goodbye in several interviews.

In an interview with the Daily Star, the actress said: “Despite what they thought, I honestly felt there was more mileage for her.

“But seeing as they haven’t killed her off, I guess there is still a chance she could wander back one day.

“I was so upset to be leaving. I have had an amazing time,” she said at the time and she reiterated the sentiments in another interview.

Speaking with The People, she said: “I will miss everyone and I miss going to work every day already and being part of the show.

“I’m really sad. I didn’t want to leave,” she added but producers have explored a lot of different avenues with Honey since her return in 2014.

It could be a full circle moment for the mother of two to see her leave as she finally becomes the confident woman viewers have always seen her as.

She will have learned a lot about relationships, friendships, and how to stand up to bullies during her time in Walford.

If she does leave, it will be difficult for Jamie, who plays Jay, to see his co-star leave because it appears that the young soap star has always wanted them to have an on-screen romance.

Explaining how he first met Emma, Jamie said: “Perry [Billy] told me to chat her up, and I remember walking over to her and saying, ‘Alright darlin’…, wow, you smell nice.’

“It brought the house down and we still laugh about it now.

“I enjoy working with Emma because we share something rare and special that brings us together. I won’t say what it is.”

“I still try to talk to her and tell her that one day we’ll get married, but she’s not having it,” the actor told The Sun.

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Honey Mitchell and Jay Brown’s romance appears to be coming to an end as they struggle to move past their recent problems on EASTENDERS.

Honey (Emma Barton) has recently taken a backseat to the drama on EastEnders, while her other half, Hay (Jamie Borthwick), has been thrust into the spotlight…and not for the best of reasons. He is struggling to keep the spark alive in his relationship as his feud with Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) continues, as the two of them have been bickering over what is right and wrong. Honey may need to pack her belongings in upcoming scenes on the BBC soap, as it appears that yet another romance will end in disaster. Could a fresh start be beneficial to her as the ghosts of her past haunt her in Walford?

Honey has taken control of her future in recent months, quitting her job at the Minute Mart due to her toxic boss Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal).

Janet Mitchell (Grace), the mother of two, has started to consider other options for herself after assisting her daughter with her modeling and acting career.

The beloved character will have an announcement to make to Jay by the end of next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

The young businessman is taken aback when he learns of his partner’s new venture, and he warns her that it will be difficult for her.

Honey is irritated by her boyfriend’s lack of support and sets out to show him that she can achieve anything she sets her mind to.

This, however, may cause her to consider her future in Walford and whether she and Jay will be able to stand the test of time.

She may decide to leave the Square, knowing that she needs to start her own business without any negativity.

This would mean the end of her relationship, and Jay would be devastated at the prospect of losing his best friend.

Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) always warned his ex-wife that their relationship would end badly, but she had no idea how quickly it would.

As the businessman pleaded for a second chance, the mother of two would stand firm and tell him she would not change her mind.

This would not be Honey’s first departure from Walford, but it is likely to be her last, as she believes the Square holds too many negative memories of her failed relationships.

She first left in 2008, when she decided she couldn’t be married to Billy any longer after three years and moved in with her father.

By 2014, she was making cameo appearances on the soap to discuss the custody of their children with her ex-husband and how she wanted to send Will Mitchell (Freddie Phillips) to Canada to pursue a modeling career.

It was fine at first, but when his contract with the agency was not renewed, Honey decided to return to be closer to the children’s father.

Since then, she’s been a fixture on the Square, starring in a number of high-profile stories, including developing an eating disorder and being drugged by a stranger.

Honey’s departure was forced upon the actress who plays her, Emma, by producers who believed it was time for the character to depart.

Although the soap star was ecstatic to be able to pursue new opportunities in her career, she expressed her disappointment in having to say goodbye in several interviews.

In an interview with the Daily Star, the actress said: “Despite what they thought, I honestly felt there was more mileage for her.

“But seeing as they haven’t killed her off, I guess there is still a chance she could wander back one day.

“I was so upset to be leaving. I have had an amazing time,” she said at the time and she reiterated the sentiments in another interview.

Speaking with The People, she said: “I will miss everyone and I miss going to work every day already and being part of the show.

“I’m really sad. I didn’t want to leave,” she added but producers have explored a lot of different avenues with Honey since her return in 2014.

It could be a full circle moment for the mother of two to see her leave as she finally becomes the confident woman viewers have always seen her as.

She will have learned a lot about relationships, friendships, and how to stand up to bullies during her time in Walford.

If she does leave, it will be difficult for Jamie, who plays Jay, to see his co-star leave because it appears that the young soap star has always wanted them to have an on-screen romance.

Explaining how he first met Emma, Jamie said: “Perry [Billy] told me to chat her up, and I remember walking over to her and saying, ‘Alright darlin’…, wow, you smell nice.’

“It brought the house down and we still laugh about it now.

“I enjoy working with Emma because we share something rare and special that brings us together. I won’t say what it is.”

“I still try to talk to her and tell her that one day we’ll get married, but she’s not having it,” the actor told The Sun.

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Honey Mitchell and Jay Brown’s romance appears to be coming to an end as they struggle to move past their recent problems on EASTENDERS.

Honey (Emma Barton) has recently taken a backseat to the drama on EastEnders, while her other half, Hay (Jamie Borthwick), has been thrust into the spotlight…and not for the best of reasons. He is struggling to keep the spark alive in his relationship as his feud with Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) continues, as the two of them have been bickering over what is right and wrong. Honey may need to pack her belongings in upcoming scenes on the BBC soap, as it appears that yet another romance will end in disaster. Could a fresh start be beneficial to her as the ghosts of her past haunt her in Walford?

Honey has taken control of her future in recent months, quitting her job at the Minute Mart due to her toxic boss Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal).

Janet Mitchell (Grace), the mother of two, has started to consider other options for herself after assisting her daughter with her modeling and acting career.

The beloved character will have an announcement to make to Jay by the end of next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

The young businessman is taken aback when he learns of his partner’s new venture, and he warns her that it will be difficult for her.

Honey is irritated by her boyfriend’s lack of support and sets out to show him that she can achieve anything she sets her mind to.

This, however, may cause her to consider her future in Walford and whether she and Jay will be able to stand the test of time.

She may decide to leave the Square, knowing that she needs to start her own business without any negativity.

This would mean the end of her relationship, and Jay would be devastated at the prospect of losing his best friend.

Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) always warned his ex-wife that their relationship would end badly, but she had no idea how quickly it would.

As the businessman pleaded for a second chance, the mother of two would stand firm and tell him she would not change her mind.

This would not be Honey’s first departure from Walford, but it is likely to be her last, as she believes the Square holds too many negative memories of her failed relationships.

She first left in 2008, when she decided she couldn’t be married to Billy any longer after three years and moved in with her father.

By 2014, she was making cameo appearances on the soap to discuss the custody of their children with her ex-husband and how she wanted to send Will Mitchell (Freddie Phillips) to Canada to pursue a modeling career.

It was fine at first, but when his contract with the agency was not renewed, Honey decided to return to be closer to the children’s father.

Since then, she’s been a fixture on the Square, starring in a number of high-profile stories, including developing an eating disorder and being drugged by a stranger.

Honey’s departure was forced upon the actress who plays her, Emma, by producers who believed it was time for the character to depart.

Although the soap star was ecstatic to be able to pursue new opportunities in her career, she expressed her disappointment in having to say goodbye in several interviews.

In an interview with the Daily Star, the actress said: “Despite what they thought, I honestly felt there was more mileage for her.

“But seeing as they haven’t killed her off, I guess there is still a chance she could wander back one day.

“I was so upset to be leaving. I have had an amazing time,” she said at the time and she reiterated the sentiments in another interview.

Speaking with The People, she said: “I will miss everyone and I miss going to work every day already and being part of the show.

“I’m really sad. I didn’t want to leave,” she added but producers have explored a lot of different avenues with Honey since her return in 2014.

It could be a full circle moment for the mother of two to see her leave as she finally becomes the confident woman viewers have always seen her as.

She will have learned a lot about relationships, friendships, and how to stand up to bullies during her time in Walford.

If she does leave, it will be difficult for Jamie, who plays Jay, to see his co-star leave because it appears that the young soap star has always wanted them to have an on-screen romance.

Explaining how he first met Emma, Jamie said: “Perry [Billy] told me to chat her up, and I remember walking over to her and saying, ‘Alright darlin’…, wow, you smell nice.’

“It brought the house down and we still laugh about it now.

“I enjoy working with Emma because we share something rare and special that brings us together. I won’t say what it is.”

“I still try to talk to her and tell her that one day we’ll get married, but she’s not having it,” the actor told The Sun.

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