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EastEnders spoilers: Stuart punches Mick over Rainie ‘affair’

Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) has been going through a lot since learning he has breast cancer.

His emotions have been all over the place; he’s gone from fear to upset to anger, and it’s the latter that he’ll be experiencing in scenes that will air at the end of the week.

On Friday’s episode, tensions rise when it appears that Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) is having an affair with Rainie (Tanya Franks).

Rainie has expressed her dissatisfaction with the situation after feeling pushed out by her husband.

However, Stuart quickly adds two and two to make five in the Queen Vic, making it appear that Rainie and Mick are closer than they are.

Stuart picks a fight with a bemused Mick as his rage flares, but things quickly escalate when Stuart refuses to accept the denial and punches Mick to the ground.

Rainie is appalled by what he has done, further straining their relationship.

Stuart, on the other hand, requires additional support; will he reveal his suffering?

EastEnders revealed they were working with Macmillan Cancer Support when the story was announced.

‘It’s brilliant to see EastEnders release this very important and poignant storyline,’ said Dany Bell, Strategic Advisor for Treatment, Medicines, and Genomics at Macmillan Cancer Support.

‘We hope it inspires people to be more aware of the signs of breast cancer, to check their own chests on a regular basis, and to seek help if necessary.’

‘Macmillan is here to offer advice and support to anyone affected by the storyline, and we encourage anyone experiencing cancer-related signs or symptoms to see their doctor.’

‘I feel honoured to be trusted with such an important storyline,’ Ricky added. Stuart will struggle to accept the fact that he has cancer, and learning that it is breast cancer will be particularly difficult for him to accept.

‘I’m hoping that by bringing attention to male breast cancer, more men will become aware of it and seek medical help if they notice anything abnormal.’

As the storyline progresses, EastEnders will continue to work closely with Macmillan Cancer Support to ensure that a realistic cancer experience is depicted.

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Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) has been going through a lot since learning he has breast cancer.

His emotions have been all over the place; he’s gone from fear to upset to anger, and it’s the latter that he’ll be experiencing in scenes that will air at the end of the week.

On Friday’s episode, tensions rise when it appears that Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) is having an affair with Rainie (Tanya Franks).

Rainie has expressed her dissatisfaction with the situation after feeling pushed out by her husband.

However, Stuart quickly adds two and two to make five in the Queen Vic, making it appear that Rainie and Mick are closer than they are.

Stuart picks a fight with a bemused Mick as his rage flares, but things quickly escalate when Stuart refuses to accept the denial and punches Mick to the ground.

Rainie is appalled by what he has done, further straining their relationship.

Stuart, on the other hand, requires additional support; will he reveal his suffering?

EastEnders revealed they were working with Macmillan Cancer Support when the story was announced.

‘It’s brilliant to see EastEnders release this very important and poignant storyline,’ said Dany Bell, Strategic Advisor for Treatment, Medicines, and Genomics at Macmillan Cancer Support.

‘We hope it inspires people to be more aware of the signs of breast cancer, to check their own chests on a regular basis, and to seek help if necessary.’

‘Macmillan is here to offer advice and support to anyone affected by the storyline, and we encourage anyone experiencing cancer-related signs or symptoms to see their doctor.’

‘I feel honoured to be trusted with such an important storyline,’ Ricky added. Stuart will struggle to accept the fact that he has cancer, and learning that it is breast cancer will be particularly difficult for him to accept.

‘I’m hoping that by bringing attention to male breast cancer, more men will become aware of it and seek medical help if they notice anything abnormal.’

As the storyline progresses, EastEnders will continue to work closely with Macmillan Cancer Support to ensure that a realistic cancer experience is depicted.

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Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) has been going through a lot since learning he has breast cancer.

His emotions have been all over the place; he’s gone from fear to upset to anger, and it’s the latter that he’ll be experiencing in scenes that will air at the end of the week.

On Friday’s episode, tensions rise when it appears that Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) is having an affair with Rainie (Tanya Franks).

Rainie has expressed her dissatisfaction with the situation after feeling pushed out by her husband.

However, Stuart quickly adds two and two to make five in the Queen Vic, making it appear that Rainie and Mick are closer than they are.

Stuart picks a fight with a bemused Mick as his rage flares, but things quickly escalate when Stuart refuses to accept the denial and punches Mick to the ground.

Rainie is appalled by what he has done, further straining their relationship.

Stuart, on the other hand, requires additional support; will he reveal his suffering?

EastEnders revealed they were working with Macmillan Cancer Support when the story was announced.

‘It’s brilliant to see EastEnders release this very important and poignant storyline,’ said Dany Bell, Strategic Advisor for Treatment, Medicines, and Genomics at Macmillan Cancer Support.

‘We hope it inspires people to be more aware of the signs of breast cancer, to check their own chests on a regular basis, and to seek help if necessary.’

‘Macmillan is here to offer advice and support to anyone affected by the storyline, and we encourage anyone experiencing cancer-related signs or symptoms to see their doctor.’

‘I feel honoured to be trusted with such an important storyline,’ Ricky added. Stuart will struggle to accept the fact that he has cancer, and learning that it is breast cancer will be particularly difficult for him to accept.

‘I’m hoping that by bringing attention to male breast cancer, more men will become aware of it and seek medical help if they notice anything abnormal.’

As the storyline progresses, EastEnders will continue to work closely with Macmillan Cancer Support to ensure that a realistic cancer experience is depicted.

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