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Jean (played by Gillian Wright) will pay a visit to the doctor this week on , after she recently voiced concern over her health on the soap.

With Jean experiencing symptoms such as bloating and stomach pains, many characters such as Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) telling her she could be going though the menopause, a remark the Slater matriarch didn’t take too well to.

As the rest of the family get set to welcome Hayley Slater (Katie Jenkins) back to the Square in upcoming scenes, Jean will become distracted as she is told by the doctors they need to run more tests as her symptoms could be a sign of something more sinister.

With Jean set to face a heartbreaking ovarian cancer storyline in the coming weeks and months, her visit to the doctor will be the beginning of a long journey ahead for the Slater matriarch.

After hearing the prognosis from the doctor, Jean returns home to the celebrations but is reluctant to tell her daughter Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) about her health fears.

Jean also faces a confrontation with Ian, who apologies for making the remark about her age but again, the fearful mother fails to confide in her love interest about her visit to the doctor.

Picking up on Jean’s distant attitude to her loved ones, Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) tries to cheer her up by inviting her along to an event at the E20 nightclub.

However, Jean is left furious when she discovers the pair have gate-crashed an event, a reaction which is emphasised by her concerns about her health.

Storming out the club, Shirley soon discovers there is something Jean isn’t telling her as her friends behaviour becomes more erratic.

Later in the week, Jean tries to make another go of having some fun at E20 when she joins Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) and Mo Harris (Laila Morse) at a Valentine’s event, hoping it will take her mind off the health news.

While enjoying herself, Jean’s attitude soon changes again when Mo tells the Slater matriarch Shirley told her about her breakdown the day before.

Angered Shirley has betrayed her trust, Jean heads to the Queen Vic to confront her friend regarding her state of mind.

However, with her fear bubbling away as well as becoming increasingly angry about her family and friends trying to find out whats wrong, will Jean end up blurting out the truth?

Will she give in and accept the support of her loved ones in facing what will be one of her greatest challenges during her time in Walford?

Elsewhere in the Square, the walls are closing in on Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter) as at the end of Friday night’s instalment of the BBC soap, the police discovered Ray Kelly’s (Sean Mahon) dead body.

Hunter shot Ray dead on New Year’s Day to try and protect his mother Mel Owen (Tamzin Outhwaite) after the bigamists latest wife uncovered his secret.

However, in an attempt to try and get rid of any evidence, Hunter dug up Ray’s body earlier in the week to recover a bullet which could link him or his mother to the murder, telling Mel: "I did it for us."

As the police close in this week, Mel is forced to confess the truth to her ex Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) who tells her to inform the police.

Though Mel manages to convince the former cop into helping her and Hunter flee Walford but it seems the police are on to them as they are hot on their tail.

continues Monday at 8pm on One.


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