EastEnders: James Willmott-Brown plots Walford takeover – new details revealed

The residents of Albert Square are in for a big shock

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Unscrupulous James Willmott-Brown (William Boyde) will further his plan to take over Albert Square in tomorrow’s EastEnders as he plots with brother in law Hugo (Simon Williams).


The villainous businessman – who raped Kathy Beale back in 1988 – made a surprise return to the BBC1 soap last Friday, when he revealed to be the owner of the shadowy Weyland and Co.

Working in conjunction with Hugo and offspring Fi, Luke and Josh, Willmott-Brown won’t think twice about destroying anyone and everything that gets in his way, including Kathy, who he holds responsible for ruining his life.

Monday’s episode sees the upper-class rotter step up his scheme when he talks business with Hugo, all the while poring over a map of the local area. Just what havoc will Willmott-Brown wreak?

Of the upcoming drama, a show spokesperson said: “Family loyalties will be questioned, tested and exposed but one thing is for sure, with ruthless Willmott-Brown ruling the clan, the residents of Walford are in for a huge shock.

Speaking of his return to EastEnders, William Boyde said “I’m delighted to immerse myself once more in the fascinating world of soap land.”

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