EastEnders spoilers: Kat Slater gets nasty shock as she prepares for engagement party with Phil Mitchell
KAT Slater gets a nasty shock as she prepares for her engagement party with Phil Mitchell tonight in EastEnders.
During Thursday night's instalment of the BBC soap, fans were left lost for words when the cleaner asked the mechanic to be her husband.
As viewers will know, Kat and Phil split up because he finally admitted that he was going to prison for being involved with Vincent Hubbard's murder.
However, he didn't tell her that he could stop it from happening if he becomes an informer for the police.
They've been living under Phil's roof despite not being a couple.
But on Tuesday Kat decided that enough was enough and told him that she was going to move out.
The cleaner explained to him that she thought it was unfair on her and the kids, pretending that everything was ok when he's going to go to prison.
She was left fuming when she found out that Phil had decided to keep the fact that he son Tommy Moon had been bullied from her.
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However, they soon made up.
During Thursday's instalment of the show, Kat and Phil sat down and aired their differences.
Phil said that they would never work together, but Kat confessed her true feelings for the former bar man.
She hinted that they should get back together and also take their relationship one step further.
But before Phil could ask her, Kat got down on one knee and asked him to be her husband.
Tonight, the newly-engaged couple celebrate their exciting milestone in their relationship.
Kat gathers all her close friends and family at The Queen Vic to party the night away.
However the smile is soon wiped off her face when Phil is a no show…
Will he turn up?
- This episode airs Friday 25th February at 8:30pm on BBC One
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