EastEnders spoilers: Stacey Slater sent to prison after emotional goodbye with her children


STACEY Slater is sent to prison after an emotional goodbye with her children next week in EastEnders.

Ruby accused Stacey of shoving her down the stairs and deliberately causing her miscarriage last month. 

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Will mentions he knows that Stacey is going to prison

But little do Stacey and Martin know that Ruby had already lost the baby at that point – and only pinned the blame on Stacey to turn Martin against her.

Next week, viewers will see Jean in a spin and Lily struggling to understand why more isn’t being done to help her mum. 

When Will Mitchell mentions that he knows Stacey is going to prison, he invites Lily to Janet’s part. 

Later, at the celebration, Will plants an idea in Lily’s head when he mentions Honey’s injury bringing his family together.

Will gives Lily an idea when he talks about how Honey’s injury brought his family together

Stacey has a final showdown with Martin

Stacey says her goodbyes as she prepares herself for prison

When Lily overhears the family talking about Stacey’s hearing, she disappears. 

Seconds later, there’s a loud thump and Lily is found at the bottom of the stairs unconscious. 

Stacey fears the worst and frantically rings for an ambulance. 

Ruby wrongly accused Stacey of pushing her down the stairs and deliberately causing her miscarriage

Later in the week, Stacey and Martin have a final showdown and, when Stacey fails to reach a resolution with Martin, Jean promises her she’ll take care of everything at home as Stacey heads off to await her fate.

Will Lily’s accident be a wake-up call for Ruby?

Speaking about the reasons for Ruby’s “very sad” lie, actress Louisa told HOAR and other media: “Ruby has always been desperate to be loved. She’s been very lonely from a young age so I think she makes very irrational decisions and is quite selfish because she hasn’t really had anyone else around her to teach her morally and things like that. 

“I guess she is just desperate for Martin. She actually loves him. I think he’s probably the first person she’s actually loved, and some women will do anything for love. I think in her mind she genuinely believes they are supposed to be together and that Stacey is in the way. She wants what she wants.

“It’s really sad. She makes terrible decisions and she’s almost not a very nice person but it’s really sad when you think about where it’s come from and what she’s been through.”