Is Sam Mitchell leaving EastEnders?

Sam Mitchell could be departing the soap opera once again. (Image: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron for the BBC)

The return of Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) to Albert Square hasn’t exactly gone well.

The character returned to EastEnders in 2022, but since she left turmoil in her path, she wasn’t welcomed with open arms.

She and Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) had a falling-out over their son Ricky Jr. Mitchell (Frankie Day), who is devastated by her reappearance.

After she makes a flippant remark about parenting that irritates Ricky, things between the two start to become rough.

Her life, however, spirals out of control when she gets a call offering a rich business opportunity.

Sam Mitchell may be leaving EastEnders, however.

Sam Mitchell is departing from EastEnders.
Fans may exhale in comfort since it has not yet been revealed if Sam will be saying farewell to Walford.

The idea of Sam departing once again incenses Jack. (Image: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron for the BBC)

Yet, it seems that her character may be contemplating leaving the Square after receiving a pivotal phone call.

Sam shows up to Lily’s (Lillia Turner) gender reveal party to make peace after upsetting Ricky with a flippant remark about babies destroying your social life, but Ricky does not take this well.

Her fortune starts to turn around when her ex-fiance calls and asks her to run his new hotel in Spain.

Ricky has battled with his mother’s homecoming, and he could be abandoned once again. (Image: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron for the BBC)

She comes to Jack to discuss the future after her brother Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) rejected her efforts to speak about the call.

Jack is enraged. Sam is ready to leave Ricky once again, but Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton) advises her to go for it since she may be able to make enough money to support Ricky’s new child.

Sam now has a choice to make: would she take the position and leave Ricky behind, or will she stay and make an effort to be in her son’s life?

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