EastEnders hints at cheating twist for Rainie Cross over Christmas

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EastEnders has hinted at a cheating storyline for Rainie Cross in upcoming scenes over Christmas.

It comes after Rainie's husband Stuart Highway was diagnosed with male breast cancer in scenes that aired earlier this week as part of a new storyline.

He later admitted the truth to Sonia Fowler after a few drinks, before turning violent with her. However, Stuart is yet to tell his own wife the news, and it seems she will still remain in the dark in the coming weeks.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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In scenes set to air between Christmas and New Year, Sonia will encourage Stuart to tell Rainie about his cancer diagnosis.

However, Rainie and Callum are unable to get through to Stuart, as hard as they try to talk to him, unaware of what is really going on.

While partying at The Albert, Rainie tries to distract herself, and is sent a drink from a handsome man.

Could she go behind Stuart's back for a night of passion?

Photo credit: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron - BBC
Photo credit: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron - BBC

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EastEnders has been working with Macmillan Cancer Support for the Stuart storyline in order to raise awareness of male breast cancer.

Macmillan Cancer Support's Dany Bell said: "It's brilliant to see EastEnders release this very important and poignant storyline. We hope it encourages people to become more aware of the signs of breast cancer, regularly check their own chests and reach out for help if needed.

"Macmillan is here to offer advice and support to anyone impacted by the storyline and we encourage anyone experiencing signs or symptoms of cancer to visit their GP."

EastEnders airs these scenes on Sunday, December 26 and Monday, December 27 on BBC One.

Read more EastEnders spoilers on our dedicated homepage.

If you would like more information or support about living with cancer or treatment, please click here for guidance from Macmillan Cancer Support, or click here to learn more from Stand Up to Cancer.

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