A month after he was murdered, the day of Archie’s funeral finally arrives – but one question still remains, who murdered him? Janine tries to join the Mitchells on the way to the church, but Roxy tells her she’s not welcome at the funeral.
On their way to the funeral, Ian asks Phil to let bygones by bygones after everything that has happened. Phil agrees. But it’s just a show for the police who are watching…
The funeral carriage, car and other mourners leave the Square for the church…
Trailing behind, Janine stops to pick up a flower which has fallen from a wreath.
Ben, Phil and Peggy arrive at the church.
After the church service, the mourners gather around Archie’s grave.
Roxy struggles to hold it together as she says a final goodbye to her dad, throwing some soil on to his coffin…
Keeping with tradition, Peggy also throws some soil on the coffin.
DCI Marsden turns up to keep a close eye on the mourners. She’s still convinced that one of them killed Archie…
The presence of the determined detective puts Ian and Jane on edge.
Jack turns up to pay his respects and to support his on/off lover Ronnie.
Charlie persuades Stacey and Bradley to go to the funeral. If only he knew what Archie assaulted Stacey and is the father of her baby!
As the mourning party leaves the cemetary, Stacey hangs back…
Bradley gets a shock when Stacey spits on the grave! She tells him she will never be able to forgive Archie…
Worried that someone will see her spitting on Archie’s grave, Bradley pulls his girlfriend away…
The couple head home. Bradley is angry, but Stacey says she doesn’t care. Did she kill Archie?
Watch the people of Walford say goodbye to Archie next week in EastEnders on BBC1.