Spoilers: Jack exposes Denise's sex secret as he stalks Ravi in EastEnders?

Spoilers: Jack exposes Denise's sex secret as he stalks Ravi in EastEnders?

Denise Fox (Diane Parish) is feeling guilty after giving into temptation with Ravi Gulati (Aaron Thiara) in EastEnders, but could husband Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) be set to uncover their sordid secret?

Denise and Ravi finally kissed on Valentine’s day, after Denise learnt that Jack’s date night had all been planned by Amy Mitchell (Ellie Dadd).

Hurt that he had so easily forgotten her and overcome by the emotion, she fell into Ravi’s arms for a bit of support.

When Denise runs into Ravi in the Minute Mart in upcoming episodes, she is reminded once more of her betrayal.

Guilty, she returns home and makes an effort of seducing Jack while he works.

However, things take a turn when she spots a picture of Ravi on his screen and learns that he is the subject of Jack’s latest investigation.

Denise is horrified that the truth of her affair may soon come to light.

What exactly does Jack already know, and what more could he possibly uncover?

Jack finding out the truth would be devastating for Denise, as her heart belongs to him ‘one hundred percent’, according to actress Diane Parish.

She believes that Denise’s fling with Ravi is not about love, but something else entirely.

‘The Ravi thing is about igniting sexual desires, tension, validation, and Denise not wanting to be middle-aged and forgotten and invisible. She wants to get old with her husband but she still wants to be seen.

‘I think that’s true for a lot of women – when you’re in a relationship at this age you want to be seen, you’re not dead! [Laughs] It’s a bit of a crisis point for her.’

With Jack on Ravi’s case, is this the beginning of the end of his marriage to Denise?

Whatever happens, it’s going to be a turbulent year for Denise – as by the time Christmas comes, she will be staring at a dead body, as confirmed in a recent episode.

Has she lashed out and killed one of the men in her life?

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