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Mick Carter and Gray Atkins bond as they help Tina when a journalist arrives at the Prince Albert

THERE'S a new bromance brewing in Walford as Mick Carter and Gray Atkins bond in the newly opened Prince Albert bar in EastEnders next week.

As Pride week gets underway, Mick’s aunt Tina – who’s played by Luisa Bradshaw – White -is feeling the pressure and seeks out Whitney Dean’s help to make Pride shirts for the club.

The following day Tina’s feeling even more flustered and Gray and Mick step in to help her.

They end up bonding when Mick – Danny Dyer – opens up to Gray about his young son, Ollie, potentially being autistic.

When a journalist from the Walford Gazette arrives and doesn’t appear to be impressed by the bar, Tina turns to Gray and Mick for help.

Gray – Walford newcomer Toby-Alexander Smith – manages to knock the socks of the journo when he turns on the charm and it’s not long before Mick joins in with him.


Will they convince the journalist to give The Prince Albert a good write up?

While Gray is impressing the locals, he’s so far not been able to win round his wife’s dad, Mitch Baker.

This week fans of the BBC One soap will watch as Gray overhears Mitch telling Karen Taylor that he doesn’t like him.

Gray’s wife, Chantelle, will come up with a plan to help Gray win her dad over, but she’s left fuming when it falls flat.

She’ll later furiously confront her dad about his attitude towards Gray, before dishing out a few home truths.

Will Mitch change his tune about the hunky lawyer?

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