Nadia Sawalha, a star of Loose Women, has spoken about one particularly “weird” plotline from her time on EastEnders that she battled with before leaving the programme.
Between 1997 and 1999, the actress and presenter took on the character of Annie Palmer on the BBC One soap opera and was a part of a number of significant storylines at the time.
Nadia recalled wondering how she and Adam Woodyatt would survive if they were to perform their terrible narrative for one more week during a certain time period on the programme when Annie worked with Ian Beale actor Adam Woodyatt.
“Because my storyline got a little weird at one point when I was working for the council and dealing with the trash,” I responded.
Nadia, 58, said that she was ‘glad’ when she originally earned the job on EastEnders despite the ‘strange’ plot line and claimed that she was ‘broke’ at the time.
She told the Daily Star, “I remember thinking there wasn’t going to be a Christmas that year, that’s how broke I was.”
It was really amazing since “I was literally thinking about pennies on the street.”
In 1999, Annie Palmer relocated to New Zealand and departed the Square.
Chris Clenshaw, the show’s executive producer who has overseen operations for the past year and helped return EastEnders to its former glory, recently said that Annie’s name was brought up in the story office of the programme.
He hinted, “Max Branning is also in New Zealand.” “Perhaps they got together.” now have their own spin-off.
Sincerity says that nothing would surprise us.
While EastEnders has been a must-watch soap this year, a brand-new era for the programme is poised to begin with the impending arrival of new Vic owners.
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Monday through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, EastEnders airs.