EastEnders spoilers: Whitney Carter’s matrimony in predicament as she confides in Lauren Branning over father Lee’s troubles
January 31, 2017 - Finding Carter
WHITNEY Carter’s matrimony is set to thrust into serve predicament subsequent week when a barmaid spills her secrets.
Barmaid Whitney – who is played by singer Shona McGarty – will disclose in her best crony Lauren Branning about all her marital woes with Lee and get some most indispensable advice.
But when Lauren tells her some home truths, Whitney takes a longhorn by a horns and confronts her father about his payslips.
However, instead of anticipating a happy resolution, Whitney’s left dissapoint when Lee confesses another tip to her and it puts her on a trail to financial worries.
She was already wakeful that a couple’s financial state was hilly though a new information leads her to holding unfortunate measures to means a night out.
Unfortunately Whitney’s forced to distortion when Lee asks her how she got a money, and it all comes to zero when Lee’s crony Beanbag cancels their large night out.
Desperate to hearten her father up, Whitney lies about a money, claiming she got it from Bianca, and begs Beanbag to change his mind.
But when they spin adult to a Queen Vic things go downhill and Whitney’s forced to come adult with a devise to assistance Lee that might not go as she intended.
Sadly Whitney is confronting some-more marital problems after she snogged her father-in-law Mick Carter only seconds after entrance to in her sanatorium bed following her being run over by a bus.
The barmaid was being comforted by her father-in-law after entrance around from being knocked comatose by a fear train pound when she leaned in to lick him and a span snogged.
Unfortunately Denise Fox held a pair’s unlawful snog and only managed to check Lee Carter from throwing his mother and father during it in a hospital.
The span had formerly sealed lips causing all demeanour of difficulty between Mick’s mother Linda, and Whitney’s husband, Lee.
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