EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders revealed the aftermath of Ben Mitchell’s betrayal, as Callum struggles to move on.
Ben (Max Bowden) betrayed husband Callum on Thursday’s (May 12) episode by sharing a brief kiss with newcomer Lewis.
Although Ben finally thought better, it was sadly too late as a heartbroken Callum had already seen it all.
Next week’s episodes will explore the aftermath of Ben’s mistake as Callum reels from what happened.
Although Ben insisted the kiss meant nothing, Callum breaks up with him.
After Lewis tries to make sense of Callum, Callum shows Ben the keys to their apartment, proving that he is serious about their future.
Callum insists on establishing ground rules and orders Ben not to see Lewis again. He also assures her that he won’t tell the police the truth about the bombings, but insists that he won’t be so lenient if something happens again.
Despite promising to move on, Callum still grapples with Ben’s betrayal later that week.
Lewis, on the other hand, seems to feel no remorse and tells Ben that Callum just has to get over it.
With Callum torn about what to do, he is inspired after a conversation with Frankie and realizes he wants his marriage to work after all.
Callum promises to give Ben another chance and suggests they go to the Albert, but can he really move on?
Discussing whether his alter ego can forgive and forget, Tony Clay – who plays Callum – told digital spy“In Callum’s mind, it’s about whether it’s something he can forgive and whether it’s something they can move past, especially at this point, so early in the marriage.
“To be honest, it probably is. But as things unfold, he’s starting to wonder if it’s something he can handle.”
This story ultimately paves the way for Lewis to rape Ben in a heartbreaking story, airing at the end of the month.
EastEnders continues Monday, May 16 at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One.
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