EastEnders' Nancy Carter makes exit plan after Zack betrayal

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Nancy Carter has made an exit plan following her boyfriend Zack's betrayal in EastEnders.

Earlier this week, Nancy learned the truth that Zack cheated on her with Sam Mitchell after they'd had a row about Linda's future. Zack tried to get things back on track by proposing, leaving Nancy shocked.

There was a lot of drama in Wednesday's (June 22) episode as Nancy considered whether she could ever give Zack another chance.

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Zack was determined to make things right with his girlfriend, even though roommate Martin Fowler encouraged him to see these latest events as a sign to call off the relationship.

He orchestrated a meeting between Nancy and Linda after their tension last week. As mother and daughter had a heartfelt chat, Nancy admitted part of her wanted to work things out with Zack.

Just when it looked like the Carters were making progress, Nancy found a bottle of vodka. Linda insisted she wasn't going to drink the alcohol, but her daughter admitted their trust was now broken.

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Nancy decided it was time to make a break from Zack too. She dropped the bombshell that their relationship is over for good — but that's not all.

The episode had a shocking cliffhanger where Nancy announced she'd be leaving Walford forever, telling Zack: "I love you… but I don't trust you. Neither of you. You're just going to keep letting me down.

"Even if you don't, I'm just going to spend the rest of our relationship thinking you are. I don't want to live like that."

Can Zack and Linda convince Nancy to stay?

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EastEnders airs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One and streams on BBC iPlayer.

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