EastEnders: Karen and Mitch’s socially-distanced kiss divides viewers

Karen and Mitch have two children together

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EastEnders viewers were left divided at Karen and Mitch’s socially-distanced kiss in last night’s episode (Tuesday, September 29).

In the episode, Mitch joined Karen to choose a photo for their daughter, Chantelle’s, funeral.

EastEnders: Karen and Mitch socially-distanced kiss

As the two looked back, Mitch felt guilty for not being there for Chanterelle growing up. He told Karen that he never should’ve left her and the two ended up slowly moving in for a kiss.

Karen and Mitch kissed (Credit: BBC)

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Of course, at the moment actors can’t actually kiss. So the shot was done using perspex glass to make it look like the two were having an intimate moment.

But some fans weren’t impressed with the socially-distanced kiss.

But others applauded the soap for the scene.

EastEnders: Socially distanced kiss

Karen and Mitch’s kiss wasn’t the only socially distanced kiss in the show last night.

That was a funny kiss between Karen and Mitch.

In the episode, Stuart and Rainie’s wedding day didn’t quite go to plan when Stuart ended up getting locked in the hearse.

Stuart and Rainie had a kiss through a car window (Credit: BBC)

As they missed their wedding, they decided to get married on the Square with Stuart still locked in the car.

When they were told they were married, the two ended up kissing with the car window in between them.

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As Karen and Mitch started kissing, Chantelle’s husband Gray walked in on them.

Later this week Mitch will be left devastated when Gray turns the tables on him.

The solicitor tells Mitch that he was a terrible father to Chantelle, leaving Mitch devastated.

Gray has a go at Mitch but he is hiding his own guilt (Credit: BBC)

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But what Mitch doesn’t know is that Gray is trying to cover his own guilt, as he is the one who killed Chantelle and staged her death to look like an accident.

Will the truth about Gray’s abuse towards Chantelle ever come out?

EastEnders airs Mondays at 8.05pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.35pm and Fridays at 8.30pm on BBC One.

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