EastEnders

BBC EastEnders rumble Cindy Beale’s past link to George’s dad as huge secret ‘exposed’

EastEnders character Cindy Beale rushed out of the Queen Vic last night after George Knight's father and mother arrived in Walford on New Year's Day - and fans now think they know the real reason why

EastEnders fans are convinced they’ve worked out why Cindy Beale seems so scared of George Knight’s father.

George’s parents arrived in Walford yesterday evening to share some news about his past with him, but Cindy Beale – who was known to them as Rose Knight when she was in witness protection – seemed horrified by their arrival and rushed out of the pub.

Today, she revealed to her partner Ian Beale that she was terrified in seeing them again as they didn’t know about the witness protection – and what her true identity was – and she didn’t want to explain in front of a packed pub.

George Knight and his parents

The arrival of George’s parents causes trouble for the landlord Image: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

However, some fans are convinced there’s a past link between Cindy and George’s father that goes way back past her involvement with George Knight when she was known under her alias Rose.

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“Anybody else get the vibe that maybe Anna isn’t George’s daughter and his dad knows Cindy had an affair? The comment about two kids being so different,” one fan mused – as they shared their thoughts on why the dad treated Anna and Gina differently.

Another replied: “Interesting theory because Cindy clearly is scared of him in some way. If it was the racism thing making her uneasy she’d have just shot him down and torn him a new one – he must have some dirt on her. Whatever you think of her, she’s not one to back down and will protect those who she loves. To be honest, it’d give Anna a storyline too as she’s very much second fiddle to Gina these days. Maybe Eddie was involved back in the day with that gang that Cindy was on the run from?”

George will be part of a huge new storyline, as he discovers more about his identity and that his parents had been paid to take him. It’s soon revealed that Eddie has racist ideologies that his family challenge him over, but how will he react?

Of the storyline, executive producer Chris Clenshaw said: “EastEnders has a rich history of telling challenging yet truthful stories which reflect past and present events. George Knight’s storyline will force him to question the identity his parents gave him from childhood as he discovers the true means by which he was adopted. It was imperative that we worked with experts and people with lived experience of farming to ensure the storyline is handled as sensitively and as accurately as possible.”

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