EastEnders Billy and Honey Mitchell reunite in emotional scenes after his arrest
EastEnders Billy and Honey Mitchell reunite in emotional scenes after being arrested for a murder he didn’t commit.
The soap was delivered to BBC two on Friday to make room for coverage of Queen Elizabeth II after she died aged 96.
And viewers were shocked when Honey (Emma Barton) revealed she still had feelings for Billy (Perry Fenwick) as the two former lovers shared a passionate kiss in a recent episode.
Come back? EastEnders Billy and Honey Mitchell reunite in emotional scenes as they share a passionate kiss after he was arrested for a murder he didn’t commit
Billy is facing life behind bars for murder until Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) and his lawyer Richie Scott (Sian Webber) are able to successfully get him out after Honey prays. ask them for help.
Phil’s father Eric was responsible for the murder, but died shortly afterwards, leaving Billy responsible.
DCI Keeble (Alison Newman) then resolves to put the blame for her father’s murder on Billy.
He had previously confessed his feelings to Honey before being publicly arrested at the Queen Vic in Walford.
Affectionate: Billy previously confessed his feelings to Honey before being publicly arrested at the iconic Queen Vic in Walford
Billy believes Honey will ask him to leave when he returns home, but fans were delighted to see her positive reaction when she admitted to having feelings for him too.
She reveals that she believes him when he says he’s innocent – and vows to side with him no matter what.
Billy affectionately took her hand and the two ex-lovers shared a passionate kiss.
The pair’s return to each other will no doubt be good news for fans of the show after many expressed confusion and disappointment over Honey’s relationship with Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick), which has come to an end. into this year.
The pair have had a difficult relationship due to Billy cheating on Honey several times in the past – but can the Mitchells get back together for the long term?
Sweet: Honey revealed she believed him when he said he was innocent – and vowed to side with him no matter what
The BBC has revealed its main channel will remain dedicated to covering the Royal Family until Sunday.
It is the popular programs that will regularly be carried over to BBC two – with BBC One broadcasting a mix of news specials and television tributes to the Queen.
Meanwhile, ITV also announced a schedule change for Friday, replacing all daytime programming with a news special.
EastEnders airs on Mondays and Fridays at 8pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One.
Devastating: The soap was delivered to BBC two on Friday to make room for coverage of Queen Elizabeth II after she died aged 96
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