Louise Mitchell to EXPOSE Hunter Owen as a killer on #EastEnders as Mel makes ...

Louise (played by Tilly Keeper) has been left heartbroken on EastEnders after her boyfriend Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) dumped her last week, unaware he was harbouring feelings for her step-mother Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean), who possibly led him to his death.

Trying to get over Keanu, Louise spent some time with her other ex-boyfriend Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter) in tonight’s instalment of the BBC soap, also unaware he killed his step-father Ray Kelly (Sean Mahon) after learning he was a bigamist.

However, Hunter’s mother Mel Owen (Tamzin Outhwaite) seemed more tentative than ever when her son asked Louise around for dinner, believing he could reveal a little too much about the murder.

Though she soon changed her mind with the trio later sitting down for dinner, but Mel and Hunter were left shaken when they overheard on the radio a body had been found in the woods where they had buried Ray’s body.

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I would literally kill them

Louise Mitchell

With the pair visibly unnerved by the news, Louise looked inquisitive to their reaction, with Mel spinning a tail she jogged through the woods.

“Hunter’s always telling me they’re unsafe,” Mel told the teenager, to which Louise replied: “Well they were for some guy,” unaware the man was Ray.

Later on, the discussion turned to Mel and Hunter’s absence from the Square at the beginning of the year.

“It was meant to be your honeymoon wasn’t it? I’m sorry,” Louise said, as she learnt as well as the rest of Walford that Ray was married to two other women on his day to Mel.

Uncomfortable with the topic of conversation, Mel began discussing the dinner, but Louise continued to keep bringing up her doomed day.

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