EastEnders’ fans were left in uproar on Tuesday evening after Jack Branning ended up in bed with Stacey Slater as the two embarked on a steamy affair.
And it seems the romance between the pair is set to continue in Wednesday’s episode as Jack (Scott Maslen) wakes in Stacey’s (Lacey Turner) bed after the pair spent the night together.
As Jack stands outside No.31 him and Stacey look deep in a difficult conversation as Jack holds her arms at the back door.
The pair then share yet another passionate kiss as Jack remains unaware that his wife, Denise Fox, is at home spiralling in the wake of the events at Christmas.
During Tuesday’s episode Jack turned to Stacey as Denise (Diane Parish) suddenly left baby Charli’s courtroom hearing, leaving him to go in alone.
EastEnders’ Stacey Slater and Jack Branning look to be getting frisky again as they share yet ANOTHER passionate kiss as their steamy affair continues in Wednesday’s episode
As Jack (Scott Maslen) stands outside No.31 him and Stacey (Lacey Turner) look deep in a difficult conversation as Jack holds her arms at the back door
Denise has been struggling to cope over the threat that Nish will go to the police and reveal who was behind Keanu’s death.
Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) was killed after he was stabbed by Linda Carter in a messy fight at the Queen Vic which also saw Diane attack Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry) in a bid to defend his wife Suki.
On Tuesday’s show, Jack and Stacey had a moment in the courtroom where they briefly held hands.
While she brushed him off, the police officer made his move once again as they celebrated the outcome of the hearing at her house.
As they ended up in bed, she asked him: ‘Tell me the truth, is this just another one-off’ to which Jack responded: ‘No, this is real. This is what I want’.
Meanwhile, Denise was crying in bed and had to be comforted by her step daughter Amy Mitchell.
Fans watching took to X, formerly Twitter, to call out Stacey for bedding Jack, especially as she knows why Denise is struggling.
One wrote: ‘It’s the fact Stacey knows exactly why Denise is currently acting the way she is and yet she’s still got there with Jack (Twice now) Jack also betrayed her & #SukEve
As Jack is sharing a kiss with Stacey her remains unaware that his wife, Denise Fox, is at home spiralling in the wake of the events at Christmas
EastEnders ‘ fans were left in uproar on Tuesday evening after Jack Branning ended up in bed with Stacey Slater as the two embarked on a steamy affair
Denise has been struggling to cope over the threat that Nish will go to the police and reveal who was behind Keanu’s death
Fans watching took to X, formerly Twitter, to call out Stacey for bedding Jack, especially as she knows why Denise is struggling
‘When the truth eventually comes out whose Jack’s loyalties gona lie with? His Wife or his mistresses?’
Others said: ‘I think each of the six will have their individual “downfall”. Linda, Sharon and Denise (arguably the most involved) are the ones struggling most atm, and then Kathy, Stacey and Suki will all go through it soon as well’.
‘Stacey collecting those Branning men like infinity stones. Just a shame Jack & Denise’s romance never got a real storyline development.’
‘Stacey is wrong. She knows exactly why Denise is pushing Jack away and she’s just like yeah great time to steal her man’.
‘Stacey should not be allowed near anyone with the second name “Branning.”’
Stacey is the widow of Bradley Branning and seduced Bradley’s father Max.
Stacey is the widow of Bradley Branning
The market stall trader also seduced Bradley’s father Max in the past
After Stacey and Jack’s first kiss aired last month, actor Scott hinted it was far from a steamy one-off for Jack and Stacey.
He said: ‘There’s genuinely got to be some feelings there because you don’t do things like that without their being feelings.
‘All roads point towards this as well, so there’s been a lot of tension, a lot of stress, a lot of contributing factors that have led to this point and miscommunications. Reading between the lines and thinking something is something when it isn’t, and it gets to the point where the you-know-what hits the fan.
‘Is it expected? Is it something that was going to happen in Jack’s eyes? Definitely not, but that’s EastEnders.’