Jacqueline Jossa has betrothed an unmissable Christmas Day in EastEnders as she has suggested that the gratifying deteriorate will be the misfortune ever for the Brannings. The storyline is set to see the double exit of Jacqueline’s impression Lauren and her on screen sister, Abi, played by Lorna Fitzgerald.
At the centre of the large play will be their shop-worn father max and the family is ripped apart in intolerable scenes that will leave the jaws of viewers on the building as the movement plays out. And while the Brannings will have their many miserable time yet, viewers are in for a treat.
Jacqueline told Radio Times: ‘It doesn’t disappoint. In fact, it’s catastrophic, the misfortune one yet. We don’t even get to lay down for Christmas cooking this year. The episodes are wicked!’
Of course, the fun of being at the centre of such outrageous episodes is kaleidoscopic with unhappiness as Jacqueline says goodbye. And the singer certified that it will be tough to leave.
She went on: ‘I’m sad, but I’m leaving when everybody else goes on their Christmas break, so that helps. But I’m really looking brazen to spending some-more time with Ella. we do feel I’ve missed things these past two years.’
Creative executive John Yorke took the decision to write out the sisters when he returned as show boss but it’s transparent from the new and very renouned episodes on screen that he has a large devise in store for the Brannings’ many fantastic episodes yet.
Fans can balance into the Christmas Day special on BBC One at 9pm.