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Who is the father of Sharon Mitchell's baby in EastEnders?

If you’ve been watching EastEnders in recent weeks you’ll know that there’s a double pregnancy in the Mitchell family – with Sharon (Letitia Dean) discovering she is expecting just weeks after Louise found that she also had a baby on the way.

Having decided to keep her baby, Louise (Tilly Keeper) and Keanu (Danny Walters) have been looking pretty loved up – but it’s a different story for Sharon.

Because not only has she had to cope with being pregnant at 48, and a delighted Phil (Steve McFadden) finding it impossible to keep the news to himself – she’s also faced with the dilemma that she doesn’t know who her baby’s father is.

So just who is responsible for Sharon’s bun in the oven? Here’s what you need to know…

Who is the father of Sharon Mitchell’s baby?

As it stands we’re not sure yet who the father of Sharon’s baby is – as it could be one of two people.

One of those people is of course her husband Phil Mitchell – but it’s also possible that Keanu Taylor could have fathered her baby as well as Louise’s.

Although the pair had ended their affair they rekindled it last month – meaning that there’s every chance Keanu could be hearing the patter of tiny feet twice in the coming months.

Tuesday’s episode of the soap saw Louise and Keanu get engaged, in the wake of her own pregnancy, and Sharon gearing up up to tell Phil something – leaving viewers to wonder if she was about to confess all about her fling with Keanu and him possibly being her baby’s dad.

We can guess that news won’t go down too well with Phil – with the cast promising major scenes and twists as her affair with Keanu comes to light.

For now though, expect even more drama on Thursday as Keanu is kidnapped and finds himself tied up and blindfolded in a warehouse – leaving him to wonder whether Phil has found out about the baby and taken his revenge.

But has he? You’ll have to tune in to find out – but expect this one to get a lot more complicated as the story unfolds.

EastEnders airs on Mondays and Wednesdays on BBC One at 8pm and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm.

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