It’s critical that Reiss Colwell (Jonny Freeman) and Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy), who are engaged to be married in EastEnders, be completely aware of one another’s personal life.
After Reiss disclosed that he is infertile, the pair made the decision to pursue IVF. Sonia was first concerned about the procedure and believed that since she already had a daughter, the NHS might not provide her with the therapy.
Then, Reiss disclosed that he had the funds to pay for private IVF, but he neglected to inform Sonia that the money really belonged to his wife, who suffers a stroke and needs care workers on a regular basis.
Next week, the focus shifts to the aftermath of the café fire.
Cindy (Michelle Collins), seeing a tender moment between her and Ian (Adam Woodyatt), quickly accuses Kathy (Gillian Taylforth) of causing the event and rushes back to Walford.
Cindy comes to the hospital following a conversation with George (Colin Salmon), and she seems to have forgiven Kathy as she and Ian move past the early parts of the day.
But after a short period, Kathy is arrested by the police for her role in the fire.
Reiss sympathizes with Kathy’s situation and is startled to find that Sonia was previously incarcerated for murder as rumors begin to circulate.
We’re dealing about Reiss here, so he makes the decision to interrogate Sonia all day long until she loses it and tells him to go home so she can tell everything.
Sonia is alluding to her imprisonment following the passing of Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard) in 2006.
It became out that Pauline’s spouse Joe was, in fact, her murderer after he struck her in the head with a frying pan, resulting in a cerebral hemorrhage that ultimately took her life.
With Sonia around, there’s never a boring day in Walford.