Although Callum (played by Tony Clay) has been dealing with emotional turmoil related to his sexuality, he’s still pressing on with his plans to marry Whitney (Shona McGarty).
He’s picked Mick (Danny Dyer) to be his best man on the BBC soap and it’s clear the pub landlord has found his role stressful.
The EastEnders wedding is set to kick off following Mick’s recent health concerns.
Mick had collapsed several times before finally being taken to the doctors by Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ).
He was shocked to learn there was nothing wrong with his heart and that he had in fact been enduring panic attacks.
Following a trip to the doctors, Mick received advice on how to handle the condition and what he could do to help himself.
Although, with some explosive scenes set to air soon Mick could could be put to the test at a critical moment.
With tensions about hit boiling point, will Mick suffer another attack at the altar?
Thursday’s episode of the soap saw Callum come clean to Whitney about his affair with Ben.
But spoilers have revealed the wedding is still set to go ahead so it seems Whitney will make it down the aisle.
As best man, the pressure is on for Mick so could it all get too much for him on the big day?
The wedding could act as a huge stress for Mick so he may find himself suffering at a crucial moment.
There is set to be a major ordeal at The Vic next week as Hunter Owen (Charlie Winter) arrives at the pub with a gun.
Having taken it from mum Mel Owen (Tamzin Outhwaite), Hunter wants to use the weapon against Jack Branning (Scott Maslen).
Hunter is after revenge following his escape from prison as Jack’s the one who played a part in sending him there.
However, an innocent party could be caught in the crossfire.
It has been revealed that one character will die in the commotion on Albert Square.
But the pub will be packed with the wedding party, so Mick’s life could be one of those at risk too.
Whatever happens, its bound to cause shockwaves throughout the Square for some time.
EastEnders continues Monday at 8pm on BBC One.