EastEnders Aaron Sidwell Coronavirus. Following Boris Johnson’s speech — where he ordered the nation into lockdown — on Monday

[ EastEnders star Aaron Sidwell was left fearing he wouldn’t see his children amid Coronavirus lockdown ]
EastEnders star Aaron Sidwell was worried that he wouldn’t see his children amid the Coronavirus shutdown.

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Following Boris Johnson‘s speech ‘ where he ordered the nation into lockdown ‘ on Monday night, Aaron was confused on what this meant for children of separated parents, and whether or not they’d be able to move from house to house.

The actor ‘ who’s best known for his iconic portrayal of Steven Beale in The BBC One serial drama ‘ said on Twitter: ‘Remember when you’re moaning about having to home school your kids, I just lost the ability to see mine!’

However, the cabinet minister Michael Gove appeared on BBC News to clarify comments he’d previously made on Good Morning Britain ‘ in regards to the situation of moving kids from home to home ‘ and said:

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Date: 2020-03-25T10:15:28+0000
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Ex EastEnders star Aaron Sidwell fears he won’t see children after Michael Gove blunder as UK is sent into l

Last night Boris Johnson announced that people should stay at home as much as possible ‘ however it wasn’t made entirely clear if children of separated parents could move from house to house.

Concerned about the situation, Aaron ‘ who is dad to two girls ‘ tweeted: ‘Remember when you’re moaning about having to home school your kids, I just lost the ability to see mine!’

The star’s fears were further exasperated earlier today when Michael Gove wrongly suggested that kids of divorced parents cannot see both of them during the lockdown.

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EastEnders: Gray Atkins’ shocking past explained as actor Toby-Alexander Smith reveals he ‘isn’t a monst

EASTENDERS’ Gray Atkins is set to finally admit to his abusive behaviour in an upcoming therapy session and also make a shock revelation about his past.

Fans of the BBC One soap have been horrified by Gray’s domestic abuse over the past few months – but actor Toby-Alexander Smith has since spoken out to say that his character ‘isn’t a monster’. So, what does he reveal?

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Chantelle Atkins is left shocked when he finally tells the truth, but is even more stunned when Gray makes a revelation about his past.

EastEnders fans will have to tune in to find out what Gray reveals, as exact plot details are being kept firmly under wraps for now.

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Date: 2019-11-29T12:15:55+00:00
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EastEnders Spoiler: Jack Branning and Honey Mitchell for shock AFFAIR? Roxy Mitchell has news for Ronnie

EASTENDERS character Roxy Mitchell grows suspicious of Jack Branning next week ahead of his wedding to her sister Ronnie.

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Honey and Jack have bonded recently over their worries, with Honey recently having issues at home with husband Billy.

In upcoming scenes, to air on December 1st, Roxy will think something is going on between Jack and Honey.

She spots the characters laughing together and thinks they’re a little bit cosy ‘ will she confront them?

After seeing them together, her suspicions continue to build until she believes Jack is cheating on Ronnie with Honey.

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Nepal earthquake: Terrifying video shows moment avalanche hits climbers at Everest base camp

German climber Jost Kobusch filmed the footage as he and fellow trekkers surveyed the snow-covered camp site in the Himalayas

A huge cloud of snow and debris can then be seen coming towards them, and so the panicking adventurers dash inside their tents.

Mr Kobusch posted the clip on his YouTube page, on which he described himself as a former special forces member in the German Amps Mountaineering Army.

Describing the footage, he wrote: “The ground was shaking from the earthquake and as soon as we saw people running we were running ourselves to save our lives.”

A number of climbers have been able to post tweets, blogs, pictures and footage from base camp following the disaster.

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