EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter horrified as he catches Frankie stalking his son Ollie
MICK Carter is left reeling next week in EastEnders when he catches Frankie Lewis taking photos of his son Ollie.
Newcomer Frankie is at the centre of a mystery storyline on the BBC One soap which has seen her take a disconcerting interest in the Carter family.
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Viewers were introduced to the photographer earlier this year when Callum tried to get her to bond with Ben, in the hope that she’d be able to help him accept his deafness.
But viewers grew suspicious of Frankie when she grew obsessed with Ollie after spotting him in the pub with the other Carters.
Later, while sitting alone with him, Frankie told Ollie he reminded her of her dead brother.
Viewers then watched the photographer taking pictures of Ollie from behind one of the market stalls.
Next week’s episodes of EastEnders will see Frankie keep Ollie entertained at the Prince Albert while they wait for Mick to return and take him back to school.
But when Mick arrives he’s shocked to find Frankie taking photos of his son and, after inspecting further, he’s unsettled to find loads of pictures of Ollie and the family on her camera.
An uneasy Mick tells Frankie it’s probably best to delete them as Linda would worry about their privacy.
Later, Frankie tells Kathy she wants a full-time job at the pub so Kathy sets her a challenge of increasing sales on Friday night.
When Frankie decides to host a Drag Bingo, Tina asks Mick if he’ll help out behind the bar.
But as Frankie questions Mick about his family, Mick grows increasingly suspicious of Frankie’s motives.
What is she so obsessed with the Carters family?
Danny Dyer recently teased he’d been given “the best storyline [he’s] ever had.”
He said on The One Show: "It's a very important storyline.
"I wish I could tell you more… but it's a powerful, powerful thing. We've been off the telly for far too long, so we're coming back with a bang."
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