Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) still can't come to terms with daughter Nancy (Madde Hill) not wanting children in upcoming EastEnders scenes.
There's been tension between the mother and daughter duo ever since she made her return to Walford from New Zealand.
After confronting Nancy about the CBD oil and syringe, Linda was more than thrown when her daughter said she is going to hospital to be sterilised as she doesn’t want to have children.
Following yet another disagreement with her family, Nancy sleeps rough in the gym and she later opens up to Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) about her recent family drama.
Sharon's hunky younger brother Zack Hudson (James Farrar) asks Nancy out for a drink at Ruby's where he asks how he can help her.
Nancy jokes that all she needs is her toothbrush and the new Albert Square hunk darts off to the Queen Vic but things don't quite go to plan.
Linda is incredulous with Zack but he lets slip that Nancy wants to move out.
Sharon is also unimpressed with Zack’s latest antics. Meanwhile, Nancy packs her stuff while Linda and Mick (Danny Dyer) beg her to stay.
Realising her parents are coming from the right place, Nancy agrees to stay on the condition that they support her choice.
Later in the week, Sharon asks Nancy to babysit little Albie and she reluctantly agrees.
When looking after the tot, Nancy feels unwell and suspects an epileptic fit.
She quickly puts Albie in his playpen and calls Mick just in time as she crashes to the ground.
Will the Queen Vic landlord be able to get to his daughter in time?
While Nancy plans to be sterilised, EastEnders spoilers have recently announced that Linda will begin to expect she's pregnant.
The BBC One soap started dropping clues about Linda's pregnancy a few weeks ago when the show revisited her pregnancy craving for apples and saw her admit she was having mood-swings.
Actress Kellie Bright who has played Linda since 2013, announced back in March that she's expecting her third child with husband Paul Stoker, after undergoing IVF.
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Speaking about her IVF journey, the 44-year-old star told OK!: "I want to be open and honest about this, because I think it's important for younger women to understand.
"It's important for women to know that, yes, you can have children in your 40s and, yes, you can be lucky and do it naturally.
"But for a lot of us it doesn't work that way, so I wouldn't suggest leaving it late by choice."
EastEnders airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One
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