Disaster strikes at Whitney's hen do in EastEnders

There’s nothing quite like a wedding to get everyone in the party spirit and the ladies of the Square hit the town in order to celebrate Whitney’s hen do.

However, this is EastEnders after all, and things get close to ending in disaster as Rainie starts choking on a straw – which is the last thing you need with everyone three sheets to the wind and thinking you’re joking.

Thankfully, Sonia is quick to notice and springs into action to save the day, with the girls coming round to the realisation in the end. Better late than never eh?

Rainie choking should seriously be the last on thing on bride-to-be Whitney’s mind though, considering her fiancé Callum is beginning to get some seriously cold feet.

Turning up to the party himself, will he be able to bring himself to tell her the truth and that he’s actually gay?

The wedding looks set to go down in EE history – which is saying something considering that her mum Bianca is returning to the Square especially for the occasion.

Callum is hanging on by a thread with the secret of his affair with Ben Mitchell hanging over him and the sudden news that his friend has died.

At his memorial, it became clear that Chris, his Army friend, was his first real love, and was left struggling to attend the memorial after failing to tell him how he felt in time.

The loss of a friend is enough to shake anyone into realising life is too short, and Callum is clearly getting in his head about when and where to bring up his sexuality to Whitney.

With the wedding drawing ever closer, time is seriously running out for him, and he needs to come up with a plan and fast.

We’ve already seen some photos that say that everyone is dressing up to the nines for it. 

Bring on the drama, we say.

EastEnders continues Monday at 8pm on BBC One.

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