Fans start guessing as EastEnders teases ‘big news’

Fans start guessing as EastEnders teases ‘big news’

Fans start guessing as EastEnders teases ‘big news’

EastEnders has teased that some “big news” is coming.

The BBC soap’s press team posted a message on Twitter on Monday night, telling fans: “We think you might want to keep an eye on our account tomorrow… #EastEnders #BigNews.”

It accompanied a seven-second video clip of a deserted Walford East Station, suggesting somebody could be arriving in Albert Square.

Another post teased: “We’ll have some more clues tomorrow. It’ll be worth the wait!”

Fans of the soap have started sharing their theories on social media, with many suggesting that a major former character could be heading back to Walford.

Many people have speculated that it could be Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell, although they apparently died in a pool, or Kat and Alfie Moon.

One person posted on Twitter: “I take its a return because of the tube station hope it’s a kat and alfie,” while another begged: “Please Kat and Alfie Please Please.”

However, fans will have to wait until Tuesday to find out the soap’s secret.

EastEnders next airs on Tuesday on BBC1.


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