pregnant EastEnders actress Whitney Dean is aware that Zack Hudson may not be the most loving parent to their child, but what might be his response if she asks him to stay away from her after he has let her down?
Whitney, a beloved character on EastEnders, is ecstatic to become a mother, and although Zack, played by James Farrar, didn’t have fatherhood on his mind, he agreed to step up and assist Whitney with the child. Though it appears that he will be dealing with personal issues in upcoming episodes, Whitney will likely ask him to take a step back in unseen scenes. Could Zack be so hurt by the snub that he decides to leave Walford?
The BBC soap opera has revealed a significant plot point for Zack, who discovers he might have HIV when a former friend named Brett (Fabrizio Santino) shows up on the Square.
In upcoming scenes from the BBC soap opera, Zack is getting ready for the tasting at Walford East and makes an effort to project assurance.
While walking to the restaurant, Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) and her husband Nish (Navin Chowdhry) overhear Chelsea Fox (Zaraah Abrahams) discussing Zack abandoning Whitney and their child.
The event gets off to a good start, but Suki’s nitpicking and disapproval of Whitney upset Zack.
Later, Zack breaks a glass and gets a cut on his hand, which makes him angry and causes him to storm out.
He quickly realizes that he must stop denying his fears and start facing reality.
Whitney, meanwhile, gets ready for her pregnancy scan on her own and is ready to handle it.
Martin Fowler, a friend of Zack’s played by James Bye, believes Zack is overreacting to becoming a father.
He chats with him and Zack, and this encourages Zack to assume some accountability.
With Chelsea, Felix Baker (Matthew James Morrison), Finlay Baker (Ashley Byam), and Sonia, Whitney departs for the scan (Natalie Cassidy).
Zack stays behind as the group departs as he only observes.
Whitney is ecstatic to see her child for the first time at the hospital, in the meantime.
Zack asks Sonia for the results of the tests done on the infant out of desperation.
Whitney hears about this and soon begins to consider whether she should give him another chance.
After receiving a text from the clinic, Whitney is a bundle of nerves, and Zack offers to help her open it.
Zack is thanked, but she advises him to keep his distance for the time being.
After he finally decides to be there for Whitney, could this most recent rejection be too much for Zack?
The troubled character might decide to leave Walford in order to get away from his issues.
If his sister Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) learns what’s really bothering him, she might persuade him to stay and deal with the problem.
Since Zack showed up in Walford, the two have a solid friendship and have given each other a shoulder to cry on.
Will Zack pay attention to Sharon, accept what is happening, and tell Whitney the truth?
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