EastEnders fans convinced Linda will kill Louise on Christmas Day as soap teases bigger secret


EASTENDERS fans are convinced that Linda Carter will kill Louise Mitchell on Christmas Day after the soap teased a bigger secret than Sharons baby daddy was due to unfurl.

HOAR Online recently revealed that Louise, played by Tilly Keeper, was leaving the soap and viewers now think she will be killed off by a drunk Linda in a hit and run.

Fans are convinced that Louise will be killed off

In recent weeks, the soap has hinted at Linda having wider drinking issues after she was banned from driving after being over the limit.

Those watching at home think she could get behind the wheel again and end up killing new mum Louise.

One fan speculated: My money is on Linda hitting and killing Louise in a drunken hit and run on New Years Eve.

“Mick will help Linda cover it up leading to the Mitchells finding out anniversary time leading to Ben killing Mick in a shock storyline.”

Could Linda kill Louise in a hit and run?
Lindas drink issues have become increasingly concerning

Another said: The spoilers hint heavily to the secret being held by the Carters, and Linda goes missing on Xmas day and doesnt tell Mick what happened until New Year.

“At this point Im convinced Louise is dying, caused by Linda drink driving and Keanu being forced to go on the run to stop getting the blame.

Someone else added: “Tilly seemed to finish filming before Danny Walters did, I just cant shake the feeling that Louise will die.”

Louise has recently had a baby with Keanu

Teasing what is to come over the festive season EastEnders said: “More than one family is torn apart following the past events of Christmas Day and despite Walfords biggest secret being exposed; an even bigger has now formed.

“Only a handful of people know the truth and whether or not it will remain hidden, only time will tell.

“One thing is certain however, if it ever did come out, the consequences would be catastrophic.”


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