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EastEnders theory: Rainie Highway to lose baby Roland as Stuart struggles with addiction

Rainie Highway’s dream of starting a family could be dashed if her husband Stuart Highway becomes addicted to painkillers, according to a new theory from Express.co.uk.

Stuart (Ricky Champ) has been putting off surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer for months. The doctor advised him that surgery to remove the tumor would give him the best chance of a cure. He was concerned, however, that after the operation, he would become overly reliant on the painkillers and become addicted to them. Stuart begins to struggle after the operation, according to official soap spoilers, and this could jeopardize his new happy family.

Stuart had previously struggled with drugs, and he knew that any surgery would entail the use of powerful analgesics.

He was afraid that this would lead him back down the path of addiction, which terrified him enough to postpone the surgery and live with the cancer.

Stuart tried alternative remedies and food supplements to treat the cancer on his own, but he was eventually persuaded to see a doctor.

Despite his best efforts, he received the devastating news that the tumor had grown due to the delay in treatment.

In upcoming scenes, Stuart’s fears of addiction are heightened once more when he sees Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), who is battling alcoholism, sneaking alcohol into a drink.

He confides in Rainie (Tanya Franks) about his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers after surgery, and she assures him that she will be there for him throughout.

Stuart claims to Rainie and the doctors that he isn’t in any pain and won’t need any medication after his surgery.

When Vi Highway (Gwen Taylor) sees Stuart struggling to care for their son Roland, she suspects he isn’t telling the truth about his suffering.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart was left with no choice but to tell the truth after Bernie Taylor (Clair Norris) gave birth to Roland in accordance with their surrogacy agreement.

Stuart told Rainie that he was worried about not being able to be there for his son if he couldn’t beat the cancer.

His worst fears of leaving Roland without a father would come true if his illness killed him, especially since it brought back memories from his childhood.

Stuart was mistreated as a child by his own father, Jonno Highway (Richard Graham), who failed to step up as a parent on numerous occasions, not only for him but also for his brother Callum.

Vi noticed Stuart’s anxiety over his cancer and turned to Rainie to reassure her that she would be there to assist the family.

After leaving the Square in November 2021, she returned to Walford, where a dark family secret was revealed.

Will Stuart be able to overcome his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers with the help of his family, or will he be able to foil Rainie’s plan?

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Rainie Highway’s dream of starting a family could be dashed if her husband Stuart Highway becomes addicted to painkillers, according to a new theory from Express.co.uk.

Stuart (Ricky Champ) has been putting off surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer for months. The doctor advised him that surgery to remove the tumor would give him the best chance of a cure. He was concerned, however, that after the operation, he would become overly reliant on the painkillers and become addicted to them. Stuart begins to struggle after the operation, according to official soap spoilers, and this could jeopardize his new happy family.

Stuart had previously struggled with drugs, and he knew that any surgery would entail the use of powerful analgesics.

He was afraid that this would lead him back down the path of addiction, which terrified him enough to postpone the surgery and live with the cancer.

Stuart tried alternative remedies and food supplements to treat the cancer on his own, but he was eventually persuaded to see a doctor.

Despite his best efforts, he received the devastating news that the tumor had grown due to the delay in treatment.

In upcoming scenes, Stuart’s fears of addiction are heightened once more when he sees Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), who is battling alcoholism, sneaking alcohol into a drink.

He confides in Rainie (Tanya Franks) about his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers after surgery, and she assures him that she will be there for him throughout.

Stuart claims to Rainie and the doctors that he isn’t in any pain and won’t need any medication after his surgery.

When Vi Highway (Gwen Taylor) sees Stuart struggling to care for their son Roland, she suspects he isn’t telling the truth about his suffering.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart was left with no choice but to tell the truth after Bernie Taylor (Clair Norris) gave birth to Roland in accordance with their surrogacy agreement.

Stuart told Rainie that he was worried about not being able to be there for his son if he couldn’t beat the cancer.

His worst fears of leaving Roland without a father would come true if his illness killed him, especially since it brought back memories from his childhood.

Stuart was mistreated as a child by his own father, Jonno Highway (Richard Graham), who failed to step up as a parent on numerous occasions, not only for him but also for his brother Callum.

Vi noticed Stuart’s anxiety over his cancer and turned to Rainie to reassure her that she would be there to assist the family.

After leaving the Square in November 2021, she returned to Walford, where a dark family secret was revealed.

Will Stuart be able to overcome his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers with the help of his family, or will he be able to foil Rainie’s plan?

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Rainie Highway’s dream of starting a family could be dashed if her husband Stuart Highway becomes addicted to painkillers, according to a new theory from Express.co.uk.

Stuart (Ricky Champ) has been putting off surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer for months. The doctor advised him that surgery to remove the tumor would give him the best chance of a cure. He was concerned, however, that after the operation, he would become overly reliant on the painkillers and become addicted to them. Stuart begins to struggle after the operation, according to official soap spoilers, and this could jeopardize his new happy family.

Stuart had previously struggled with drugs, and he knew that any surgery would entail the use of powerful analgesics.

He was afraid that this would lead him back down the path of addiction, which terrified him enough to postpone the surgery and live with the cancer.

Stuart tried alternative remedies and food supplements to treat the cancer on his own, but he was eventually persuaded to see a doctor.

Despite his best efforts, he received the devastating news that the tumor had grown due to the delay in treatment.

In upcoming scenes, Stuart’s fears of addiction are heightened once more when he sees Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), who is battling alcoholism, sneaking alcohol into a drink.

He confides in Rainie (Tanya Franks) about his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers after surgery, and she assures him that she will be there for him throughout.

Stuart claims to Rainie and the doctors that he isn’t in any pain and won’t need any medication after his surgery.

When Vi Highway (Gwen Taylor) sees Stuart struggling to care for their son Roland, she suspects he isn’t telling the truth about his suffering.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart will have to turn to painkillers if the pain becomes unbearable, but will he be able to keep it under control?

Addiction to the painkillers could ruin his relationship with Rainie and their newborn child, prompting social services to intervene if they believe the couple is unfit to be parents.

Will Rainie stand by her husband even if it means losing the child she so desperately wants?

Stuart kept his breast cancer diagnosis a secret from everyone, including his wife, when he was first diagnosed.

Stuart was left with no choice but to tell the truth after Bernie Taylor (Clair Norris) gave birth to Roland in accordance with their surrogacy agreement.

Stuart told Rainie that he was worried about not being able to be there for his son if he couldn’t beat the cancer.

His worst fears of leaving Roland without a father would come true if his illness killed him, especially since it brought back memories from his childhood.

Stuart was mistreated as a child by his own father, Jonno Highway (Richard Graham), who failed to step up as a parent on numerous occasions, not only for him but also for his brother Callum.

Vi noticed Stuart’s anxiety over his cancer and turned to Rainie to reassure her that she would be there to assist the family.

After leaving the Square in November 2021, she returned to Walford, where a dark family secret was revealed.

Will Stuart be able to overcome his fears of becoming addicted to painkillers with the help of his family, or will he be able to foil Rainie’s plan?

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