In EastEnders, Lily Slater (Lillia Turner) was left reflecting after Ryan Malloy (Neil McDermott) invited her to move in with him and his wife Helen in Wakefield.
As viewers are aware, Ryan made his eagerly anticipated return earlier this week after Whitney Dean (Shona McGarty) called him and informed him of Lily’s pregnancy.
Stacey (Lacey Turner), who has recently been having financial difficulties, wasn’t too pleased when her ex strolled back into the square to learn more about Lily’s condition, but she soon became sympathetic and even thought about accepting Ryan’s offer to help support their daughter.
She had no idea that Ryan, the future grandpa, was planning to bring Lily to live with him and Helen, who is eager to become a parent, because it was revealed in Tuesday’s (February 14) episode of the BBC One soap opera.
Ryan eventually suggested that Stacey think about relocating Lily to Wakefield, but Stacey was furious and the two made a big commotion at the hospital when their daughter attended her first pregnancy scan.
Stacey thought his proposition was totally out of the question.
However, Lily afterwards had a discussion with her father, who invited her to move in with him, informing her that she and the baby would have everything they needed and that she could have her own room.
In later moments, the 12-year-old will make a significant choice since Lily is worried about the strain Stacey is putting on her to care for her.
Will she depart from the Square with her father Ryan, who is only visiting temporarily? Or will Lily decide to remain with her mother in Walford?
To discover out, you’ll just have to keep watching, although drama is sure to be abundant in the upcoming episodes.
Thursday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One, EastEnders will resume.