Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton) has been the subject of much speculation among EastEnders fans over the last few months, as viewers wondered if she could possibly have an eating disorder. Tonight, the truth came to light, as she revealed all to Ash Panesar (Gurlaine Kaur Garcha).

With the Walford wife swap well underway, Honey found herself sharing her home with Ash — while partner Adam (Stephen Rahman-Hughes) was coupled with Iqra (Priya Davdra). Much like she always does, she prepared a big breakfast — and Ash was delighted. However, the young woman became suspicious, as Honey avoiding eating on several occasions throughout the day.

Later, Honey complimented Ash’s top, claiming that she wouldn’t be able to pull off something like that. However, Ash disagreed, and proceeded to tell her that she needs to stop putting herself down.

Honey’s house guest proceeded to pick out a nice outfit for her to wear for her lunch date with Adam, but the dentist didn’t take any notice. When Honey enquired as to what he thought of her new top, Adam wasted little time in criticising her — leaving Honey upset once more.

Convinced there was more to Honey’s odd behaviour than meets the eye, Ash continued to quiz the Minute Mart employee about why she constantly puts herself down.

However, Honey proceeded to tell Ash how she’s very happy with what she’s got in life, and that she’s ‘grateful’ to Adam for sticking by her. Ash outright asked Honey how Adam has coped with her eating disorder —  a comment which left Honey at a loss for words.

Instead of hiding it any longer, Honey proceeded to open up to her new pal about her eating disorder, revealing that she’d gone through something similar when she was in her teens.

Ash comforted Honey, but wasted little time in accusing Adam of not taking her under his notice, as she found it difficult to comprehend how he hadn’t realised what was going on, claiming that if she herself was able to notice in such a short space of time, then her own partner should’ve copped on.

Honey made Ash promise to keep shtum about her discovery, and Ash agreed to do so on the condition that she gets the help she needs.

Will Honey seek help?

EastEnders continues Monday 2nd December at 8pm on BBC One.

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