EastEnders star Bobby Brazier has lifted the lid on his return to the soap following his Strictly Come Dancing stint.
The Freddie Slater actor , 20, made it all the way to the final of the long-running dancing series, which was won by Ellie Leach over the weekend.
While fans expressed how proud they were over Bobby’s Strictly journey many are wondering when Freddie will be back on Albert Square.
Recently speaking to Heat Magazine, the model revealed: ‘I don’t know when or how, but I am going back after the Strictly tour. I
‘I miss everyone and I miss acting. Every so often, a dance will feel like a scene – like when I was being Patrick Swayze [in Movies Week] – and it feels like I’m stepping into a role, which makes me miss work.’
Bobby’s character Freddie left Walford in the back of Harvey Monroe’s (Ross Boatman) taxi in recent EastEnders scenes, after being released on bail.
Freddie was charged with attempted murder after beating Theo Hawthorne (William Ellis) with an iron after he walked in on him trying to rape Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).
Theo has been harassing Stacey for months, though the police failed to do anything about it.
Terrified that he would feel the pressure and end up accidentally revealing their lie, Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) suggested that he go and visit mum Little Mo, until the news of his arrest had blown over.
Convinced, Freddie agreed, and was soon being waved off in the back of Harvey’s taxi.
Despite the risks, Jack agreed too keep Stacey’s secret, insisting that nobody needs to know what really happened.
He made it clear that what Stacey had done was wrong, but that she had done it for the right reasons, given what could have happened if Freddie hadn’t intervened.