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EastEnders exit as Nancy Carter forces Frankie Lewis to leave the Square?

Nov 7, 2021

EastEnders: Frankie Lewis knocks down Nancy with her car

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Nancy (played by Maddy Hill) and Frankie (Rose Ayling-Ellis) have had a complicated relationship since they met each other earlier this year on EastEnders. They have both fought for the affections of their father, Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) and their sisterly bond was partly destroyed when it was revealed Frankie had run over Nancy when she was having a driving lesson with heartthrob, Zack Hudson (James Farrar). However, in upcoming scenes on the BBC soap, Frankie might leave the Square but is she being forced to by her younger sister?

During Friday night’s episode, their feud took its most disturbing turn yet when Nancy locked her older sister in the back of a car.

No one was able to hear Frankie’s cries for help and by the end of the instalment, she was being driven around at a fast pace after Liam Butcher (Alfie Deegan) stole the vehicle and took it on a joyride.

Although it seemed Mick’s daughter was in grave danger, by next week she will be back inside the Queen Vic thanks to Janine Butcher (Charlie Brookes).

She has to come to terms with what Nancy did to her and it will be clear the latter feels awful about her behaviour.

Confiding in his youngest daughter about why she trapped her sister in the boot of a car, Nancy will admit she is insanely jealous.

The Carter’s youngest daughter admits she doesn’t know how Mick and Frankie still have such a strong relationship after the latter ran her over.

There could be a chance Frankie overhears this conversation and she will be heartbroken to realise how her sister feels about her.

Not wanting to cause any more harm to her father’s relationship with his youngest daughter, she could try to make amends.

However, when she speaks to Nancy about the situation, the troublemaker could tell her sister the only thing she could do is leave and stay away from the Carters.

Feeling more pushed out than ever, the character would have no choice but to pack her bags and leave her life in Walford behind her.

EastEnders gave me time off

Rose Ayling Ellis

Frankie has left the Square before, as viewers will remember she went to stay with a friend in Manchester a few weeks ago.

The young woman could decide she is going to go back up North and let the dust settle before trying to make amends with her sister again.

Whilst she’s away, however, Nancy could manipulate her father to make him believe his eldest isn’t who she says she is.

By the time Frankie returns to the Square, will she find she has been cast out by the family because of the lies her sibling has spread?

This could have been written in to coincide with the actress who plays Frankie, Rose’s work schedule for the autumn.

The soap star is currently starring in Strictly Come Dancing with Giovanni Pernice and bosses at the show has given her time off to take part.

Rose explained of her work hectic schedule: “Normally, EastEnders makes you work at the same time as doing Strictly.

“But EastEnders gave me time off, so I can just focus on Strictly completely,” she said in an interview with Metro.co.uk.

Whether or not Nancy and Frankie are able to put their feud behind them, the latter will be leaving very soon in some capacity.

Will she return a different woman who fans have grown to love or will she ever return following Nancy forcing her off the Square?

Although she might be leaving, the Carters have become the most precious thing to Frankie and she will want to ensure she makes it up to them somehow.

Discussing how her character feels about her new family, Rose said: “Frankie is feeling very stuck. She doesn’t want to lose her family, they’re all she’s got.

“She’s already lost her mother and the life she had before she came to Walford,” the soap star explained but will running away from the situation make things worse?

Rose also teased things were going to be frosty between the pair when Nancy returned to the show earlier this year.

The actress said: “There was some initial awkwardness for sure, they were thrown together under the worst circumstances.”

“I think Frankie was expecting some hostility from Nancy. I hope they can settle into getting to know each other and that things aren’t too frosty,” she continued.

“I think they would have got on really well in the long term, they are both outspoken and I think that dynamic is going to be fun to play as sisters.

“Maddy is super smart and lovely. She is very keen to learn more British Sign Language and I love her for that,” Rose said.

With so much having happened between the sisters over the past few months, will they ever be able to leave the past where it should be?

EastEnders continues Monday at 8:05pm on BBC One.

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