Viewers of EastEnders could see Ruby Allen (played by Louisa Lytton) ditch boyfriend Jay Brown (Jamie Bothwick) and cosy up to a surprise new love interest on the BBC soap.
EastEnders star Louisa confessed that things won’t be plain sailing between her and Jay in upcoming episodes.
“We can’t ever have a smooth running relationship in EastEnders so yeah there will be some ups and downs,” she admitted.
However she did reveal that she enjoys working alongside Jay and if she had the choice, she would love the pair of them to have their happy ending.
She told Metro.co.uk: “I love working with Jamie so it would be lovely if that happened but at the moment I’m not allowed to say.”
Looking to the future, Louisa was asked at the British Soap Awards last week whether there’s another romance on the horizon.
Despite acting coy, she let slip that the first letter of the new love interest’s name was M.
Does this mean Ruby will be breaking Jay’s heart after being won over by Max Branning (Jake Wood)?
Max famously wooed Ruby’s best friend Stacey Fowler (Lacey Turner) over when she was dating his son Bradley Branning (Charlie Clements).
Or could it be Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) or Mitch Baker (Roger Griffith) or perhaps someone with an entirely different name?
EastEnders viewers will have to wait to find out the identity of Ruby’s new romance and whether she’ll choose them over Jay.
Meanwhile, Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) may be shut out of his daughter Louise Mitchell’s (Tilly Keeper) life for good after his constant meddling.
Phil tried to convince Louise to terminate her pregnancy by showing her what it’s really like to look after a child.
The worried father asked Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) to take his daughter Lexi to see Louise but she instantly saw through her dad’s eyes.
Acting on behalf of the dodgy dealer, Ben tried to pressure Louise into changing her mind about keeping the baby.
However Louise turned the tables on her brother and slammed him for not being on her side.
Will the pregnant teen walk away from the Mitchells and raise the baby on her own?
Elsewhere in the BBC soap, Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) could be in danger as Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter) returns.
At the beginning of the year, Hunter shot his mother’s bigamist husband Ray Kelly (Sean Mahon) and was then shopped to the police by Jack.
Will Hunter take revenge on Jack when he returns?