EastEnders spoilers: Pregnant Chelsea Fox gets some surprising advice from Sharon Watts

EASTENDERS' expectant mum Chelsea Fox is in for a spot of parenting advice from Walford stalwart Sharon Watts.

Spoiler images for the BBC One soap show the pair enjoying a natter over a cup of tea.

Sharon, in an all-black outfit, stands perched on a chair while Chelsea puts up her feet in a cozy chair positioned at the dining table.

Chelsea informs Sharon how she had insisted to serial killer Gray she is pregnant – but will bring up their child alone.

Yet Letitia Dean's iconic EastEnders character, who gave her baby Kayden to his grandmother after she struggled to look after him, has some sage words of advice – and reveals things might not be as simple as they seem.

Sharon, who had been through the mill following the death of her son Denny, later renamed the tot Albie.


Earlier this month, Chelsea feared she was expecting with evil Gray.

It came as she recently escaped her relationship with him after calling him out on his worrying temper. 

But she had no idea that the brute murdered his wife Chantelle, barmaid Tina Carter and love rival Kush Kazemi. 

Viewers were previously left "terrified" for the character after she made a risky pregnancy decision.

Chelsea had headed to a clinic to abort Gray's baby, but later revealed she could not bring herself to go ahead with the termination.


How the pregnancy plot will play out remains to be seen, yet EastEnders bosses Kate Oates and Jon Sen recently confirmed the news that fans have been waiting for – Gray will get his comeuppance. 

Speaking to the Sun and other media, senior executive producer Kate Oates revealed that Gray’s story arc will soon be coming to an end. 

​​"He's a classic narcissist: everything he does is designed to fit a narrative that absolves him from guilt, and paints him out to be a good guy. I think in Gray, we have a character who tells himself that Chantelle died in a terrible accident; that Tina had to die so he could be there for his kids; and Kush had to go, because he and Whitney are 'meant to be'.

"He's the centre of his own universe, and nothing is his fault. But life is going to throw Gray a curveball; something out of his control, that will bring the story back to its grass roots as he tries to start again in a new relationship.

"But Gray hasn't been as clever as he thinks. Smoking guns are all over the Square, just waiting to be found. Gray's downfall awaits…"

Executive producer Jon Sen added: "We've obviously got the culmination or we're building to the kind of culmination of the Gray storyline."

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