KEANU Taylor has been desperately trying to be involved in his children’s lives and even came up with a devious plan.
However, next week in EastEnders, Sharon Watts makes a huge decision that could make his efforts vain.
Sharon (portrayed by soap legend Letitia Dean) recently shared her thoughts about a big move to Abu Dhabi.
Alarmed, her former fiancé Keanu (Danny Walters) knew this would mean he would only rarely see his son Albie and after losing access to his daughter Peggy, the hunk decided to step in.
His mother, Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley) hatched a plan to help him – dupe Sharon into marrying him, find a way to get onto Albie’s birth certificate before snatching both the tot and her cash away and leaving her in the dust.
Keanu has been working hard to seduce Sharon again and the blonde bombshell is none the wiser.
But in scenes airing next week on BBC One, she makes a shocking decision that could leave Keanu taking things to a new, sickening level.
Coming up, Sharon is bemused by Reiss Colwell’s “Make Your Own Will” birthday present which gives her food for thought.
After Keanu and Zack Hudson (James Farrar) have an emotional conversation, the chef reasons that the hunk is a good father.
He later manages to persuade his sister Sharon to put Keanu’s name on Albie’s birth certificate.
But things take an unfortunate turn in later scenes when Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick) bumps into Keanu and the pair almost fight, completely unaware that Sharon is watching.
This altercation is enough for Sharon to change her mind about Keanu.
Later on, Sharon drops a bombshell and decides against making Keanu Albie’s legal guardian following his altercation with Jay.
How will Keanu react to Sharon’s decision?
While this remains to be seen, soap viewers believe Keanu is in danger and could even be the mystery corpse that is due to be found in the Vic at Christmas.
But many other residents are speculated to also be the victim shown in the now famous flashforward scene aired earlier this year.
EastEnders airs from Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.