Since her mother Elaine Peacock (Harriet Thorpe) joined her in managing the Queen Vic in EastEnders, Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) has had to deal with a lot of changes.
So far, she has had to cope with Elaine changing the chips and saying goodbye to Alfie Moon (Shane Richie) behind the bar.
However, Linda’s situation is about to grow much worse when a brand-new family announces that they would be moving in.
Before meeting his children, Anna and Gina (Molly Rainford and Francesca Henry), George Knight (Colin Salmon) tells a frightened and, to be honest, very perplexed Linda that he is Elaine’s boyfriend.
Linda is extremely taken aback when he reveals that they have come from Marbella and are here to assist in running the Vic.
Elaine has been observed secretly calling her sweetheart, which shows how desperate she is for him to join her in the bar.
When Linda quickly discovers that inviting the Knights to move in was always her intention, she is upset. Will this result in a split between the mother and daughter?
He fully understands. Colin Salmon, an actor, described Linda’s rage. “The Knights break in and create a commotion in her house!”
He was unaware that Elaine had not informed Linda of their arrival, but when George became overexcited and arrived early, it was just as much his fault as Elaine’s.
But if George is persistent, Linda should finally become to like him, I hope! Simply said, it’s quite challenging right now since they cohabitate.
Although Linda seems to despise George right away, Colin said that it is not true of the other way around.
He recognised a fellow warrior, and we’ll examine some intriguing connections between them. He clarified.
He is quite pleased by Linda’s ability to remain composed in the wake of Mick’s passing. George is equally astounded by Linda’s courage, but he shouldn’t be: she is Elaine’s daughter. He appreciates the powerful fighter she is.
Recently, Linda has had a lot of conflict related to the ownership of the Queen Vic, especially with her closest friend Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean).
Sharon was obviously disappointed to find that, despite Linda having duped her for many months, she wouldn’t be joining the Vic.
The two got into a heated argument about it, with Sharon declaring she was done with Linda forever.
The similar betrayal was experienced by Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry), albeit once Elaine put him in his place, his initially peaceful acceptance quickly led to anger.
What will Linda and the other inhabitants of Walford think of the fresh blood at the Queen Vic now that George has taken his position behind the bar?