Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) collapses in upcoming EastEnders scenes as she continues to try and hide her pregnancy secret from her family.

Daughter Nancy's (Maddie Hill) attitude is becoming an issue for the Carter family especially Linda.

Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) encourages her to reach out to her mum and ease some of the tension next week.

Later, Nancy visits Linda and offers her a one on one personal training session to make amends but at training, in an effort to conceal her pregnancy, Linda pushes herself too hard and collapses.

A worried Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and Nancy look after Linda and as they wait for the ambulance, the Queen Vic landlady tells Sharon she’s pregnant but Nancy doesn’t know.

Linda’s panic increases when she realises she can’t feel the baby moving.

At the hospital, Linda reveals to a shocked Sharon that Mick isn’t the father. Linda is overjoyed when she learns the baby is fine.

Nancy is suspicious that Linda is hiding something and confronts her.

Will she reveal all to her worried daughter?

EastEnders unveiled the first look aftermath of Linda's bombshell baby revelation earlier this month.

The fan favourite is five months pregnant and Linda and husband Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) have been dealing with the implication that her unborn child can't be hi.

Mick has been trying to deal with the news that Linda is carrying his former love rival Max Branning's (Jake Wood) child.

Viewers will remember that Linda had a brief affair with Max at the end of last year, before the Carters decided to give their marriage another shot.

Max has since left Walford to join his daughter Lauren in New Zealand.

There is no indication yet of Max returning to the Square, given his final scenes aired less than three months ago.

However, soap icon Jake Wood hinted upon his exit that he'd be open to returning someday.

"Obviously, I’m very pleased they kept the door open. We’ll see what happens further down the road," he explained in February.

"I've got no plans to go back at the moment and I am excited about what’s next.

"I think it always takes a period of time coming away from a soap after that amount of time.

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"I’m in no rush to rush into anything straight away. I’m happy to let the dust settle."

Fans of the BBC One soap were delighted last week when peadophile Katy Lewis was sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexually abusing Mick when he was just 12 years old.

Their relationship resulted in the birth of Frankie, who arrived in Albert Square to tell Mick she was his daughter last year.

EastEnders airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One

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