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Picture Spoilers: Next week on EastEnders (June 28-July 1)

Check out pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes of EastEnders.

Next week on EastEnders, Isaac continues his obsessive research into Johnny Allen.

Elsewhere, Bernie finds out about the surrogacy decision, Mick and Linda get some intel on Max and Kat gears up for the opening of her new businesses.

Read on for pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes!


Monday, June 28 (Episode 6297)

Writer: Natalie Mitchell
Director: John Howlett, David Moor and Sean Healy

Aware that Rainie and Stuart are about to make a decision on the surrogacy, Bernie pleads with Tiff for stronger diet pills.

Tiff on EastEnders on June 28, 2021© BBC

Bernie on EastEnders on June 28, 2021© BBC

Also: Rocky plays matchmaker between Mila and Iqra, while Isaac takes Lola to Patrick's shed...

This episode airs Monday, June 28 at 7pm on BBC One


Monday, June 28 (Episode 6298)

Writer: Natalie Mitchell
Director: John Howlett, David Moor and Sean Healy

Isaac continues his research, while Lola assures Sheree that he's fine.

Isaac on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Tiff reluctantly hands over more diet pills to Bernie. Later at the weight loss class, Bernie's disappointed not to have lost as much as she thought - but she's soon cheered when Rainie and Stuart ask her to be their surrogate.

Rainie on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Tiff on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Bernie on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Ruby and Jean are having a heart to heart at the club when Isaac suddenly arrives with plenty to say.

Jean, Ruby and Isaac on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Jean on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Isaac on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

Mila makes the first steps to become Kioni's guardian.

Rocky and Mila on EastEnders on June 29, 2021© BBC

This episode airs Monday, June 28 at 7.25pm on BBC One


Thursday, July 1 (Episode 6299)

Writer: Kevin Rundle
Director: John Howlett, David Moor and Sean Healy

Linda declines Frankie's suggestion that they hold a party for her birthday but she forges ahead anyway. Meanwhile Mick and Linda are surprised to find that Max has sent a present and the postmark says it's come from Croatia. What will they do with this information?

Mick on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Frankie on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Nancy on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Linda on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Sonia warns Kathy that Frankie is playing cupid between her dad and Shirley.

Sonia on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Sonia on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Kathy on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Jean continues to counsel Ruby, who's learned that she needs a new procedure if she wants to continue trying for a baby with Martin.

Jean on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

Ruby on EastEnders on July 1, 2021© BBC

This episode airs Thursday, July 1 at 7.40pm on BBC One


Thursday, July 1 (Episode 6300)

Writer: Kevin Rundle
Director: John Howlett, David Moor and Sean Healy

Rainie, Stuart and Bernie head off to their first insemination appointment.

Bernie on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Rainie and Stuart on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Rainie gives Bernie her first instalment of money but it's less than agreed, so Rainie admits the truth about why she's strapped for cash.

Bernie and Tiff on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Bernie on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Rainie on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Nancy tells Linda that she needs to apologise Frankie for berating her about the party - and says it's also time that Frankie and Shirley learned that Max is the father of the baby.

Mick on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Nancy on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Linda on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Phil tells Kat that he wants to tell Raymond the truth about who he is, but Kat encourages him to play the long game.

Kat on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Phil on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

Kat gives Mitch a job as a cabbie.

Kat and Mitch on EastEnders on July 2, 2021© BBC

This episode airs Thursday, July 1 at 8.05pm on BBC One


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