EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley teases Billy and Karen’s wet and wild bath romp as she jokes they will ‘do it anywhere’

EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley teases Billy and Karen’s wet and wild bath romp as she jokes they will ‘do it anywhere’

EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley has dished where her character Karen Taylor and Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) should romp next.

The actress, 43, said the randy pair are “bonking everywhere” and admitted she’d love to do a sex scene in the bath.

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EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley thinks Karen Taylor and Billy Mitchell should romp in the bath[/caption]

She told Inside Soap: “Oh, they are just bonking everywhere, aren’t they? If there is a skip on set Perry and I will say, ‘Yep, Karen and Billy will be in there soon, having it off!

“They’re missing a trick really, because the Taylors have a double bath in their flat, and I’d love to do a scene in that bath.”

She added: “Karen would have a beer in one hand! It’d be an absolute scream!”

Lorraine also revealed she always thought her character would end up with Billy, saying their relatively new romance “never surprised” her.

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She joked, “They are just bonking everywhere, aren’t they?”[/caption]

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Karen will leave Billy behind when she bids farwell to Walford[/caption]

It comes after the actress dropped a hint about how her character will leave EastEnders.

Karen was offered a life-changing amount of money from Ian Beale on the condition that she relocated without baby Kayden out of Albert Square on the BBC One soap.

After some deliberation, she finally made up her mind and decided to accept Ian’s offer.

It spells the end for Karen and Billy, as she’ll have to leave him behind. 

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Karen can’t bear the thought of leaving son Keegan and wife Tiffany to fend for themselves[/caption]

And it doesn’t get any easier for the single mother, who will also leave behind love interest Billy Mitchell.

Lorraine told Digital Spy: “She’s not going too far, but she is gutted. She really likes him and it’s a new relationship. But she’s got to do what she’s got to do and what’s best for Kayden.”

And it’s also hard for the mother-of-six in terms of her children’s fate.

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Lorraine joined the show in 2016[/caption]


Lorraine said: “Obviously, as a mother, she doesn’t want to leave her children. But she feels that she’s doing the right thing for Kayden. She couldn’t bear him to go into care so it’s her only option.”

She later admitted the character may find it tough leaving son Keegan after he was arrested.

She added: “Plus he’s newly married and things are going a bit wrong for him so I think she’s thinking he’s vulnerable.”

EastEnders continues Monday 25 May at 8:40pm on BBC One.