TWO characters from EastEnders should have an affair, but they won’t be able to kiss on screen.
The bosses of the soap continue the main scenario despite the suppression of sex scenes due to rules of social distancing.
⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news and updates
The future of Vic Vic Square is also in the air as British pubs wait to reopen after the coronavirus.
Insiders has revealed that two of the BBC show’s biggest stars will begin a passionate adventure, but will not be seen to become intimate.
A source said, “The writers have worked on an explosive story, but now they have to get around social distancing.
“All of the sexy scenes between the characters were rejected.
“The case will continue but all the passionate scenes will be suggested and nuanced, rather than staged on the screen.
“All the scripts we are currently working on have been tinkered with and are being reworked.
“The bosses are convinced that the story of the case can go ahead and be filmed safely.
“The well-being of the actors is the priority, but they also want to keep the level of EastEnders high – and that means shocking scenarios in the months to come. EastEnders resumes filming next week after a two-month hiatus due to Covid-19.
GET A DOBLE ROOM!
Strictly possible to film from the hotel so that the actors and the crew can isolate themselves during filming
TAKEN A SHIIIIIINE
Molly Moorish finds love with the model and even got dad Liam’s approval
David Beckham has filed his initials for use in hotels like Neville and Giggs
SHE IS A BG-TEASE
Amanda Holden admits to flashing her breasts on purpose during her BGT
KROES THIS GIRL?
Doutzen Kroes proves to be a true page turner in the new Summer Stories swimwear
The source added: “EastEnders will refer to the lockdown in the dialogue and, obviously, all drinkers in the UK having been closed, they determine if the Vic will remain open.
“They want to find the right balance between giving viewers a sense of realism and a show where they can escape from the real world.”
CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – STAY IN KNOWLEDGE
Don’t miss the latest news and figures – and essential tips for you and your family.
To receive The Sun’s Coronavirus newsletter in your inbox every tea hour, sign up here.
To follow us on Facebook, all you need to do is like our Coronavirus page.
Get Britain’s best-selling daily newspaper on your smartphone or tablet – learn more.