EastEnders fans fear pregnant Louise Mitchell has been shot by Hunter Owen

EastEnders fans fear pregnant Louise Mitchell has been shot by Hunter Owen

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EASTENDERS fans fear pregnant Louise Mitchell has been shot.

The heavily pregnant teenager – who is played by actress Tilly Keeper in the BBC soap – made a shock return to Walford and ended up in the Queen Vic in the middle of the siege by Hunter Owen.

Hunter held up the Queen Vic
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She had gone to speak to her friend Bex before fleeing Walford for good with Keanu Taylor, but they hid in the Vic when Hunter took everyone hostage.

Louise could be seen standing in terror as Hunter held the gun up, and when a group of the residents attacked him to try and take the gun back it went off.

And fans think Louise was hit with the bullet.

One wrote: “#EastEnders louise gonna lose her baby”

Fans fear he has shot Louise
BBC
Everyone in the pub ducked for cover
BBC

A second said: “I reckon Louise will die… #EastEnders

Another added: “I feel maybe louise will be shot in the stomache and lose her baby and then keanu will know he is the father of Sharons baby and it’ll be dreadful?? Thoughts?? #eastenders

Meanwhile, after Whitney stood him up at the altar Callum was found by Ben devastated over what had happened.

The pair shared a moment where Ben confessed his feelings for Callum and tried to support him.

But when Whitney walked in on them to check in on Callum, she fled to the Vic forcing them to follow her.

Walking in and unplugging the karaoke machine, Whitney went to out Callum to all his friends and family.


“I’d like you to make a toast to my lovely… what are you Callum? You ain’t my husband, you ain’t my boyfriend and you certainly ain’t my lover. What would you call him Ben?”

But before she could out him, Hunter was spotted in the crowd with a gun causing mass panic and he took everyone hostage with the police outside.

Bosses have confirmed at least one person will die this week on the soap.


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