In recent EastEnders scenes, Peter Beale (Thomas Law) made his way back to Walford after discovering a startling family secret.
After finding that his mother was still alive and had been residing in witness protection for the previous 25 years, Peter’s parents, Ian and Cindy Beale (Adam Woodyatt and Michelle Collins), were recently discovered to have been residing in France.
Peter soon discovered them in subsequent episodes, but there were still more surprises in store for him.
Anna Knight (Molly Rainford) informed her father and sister that she had received her mother Rose’s phone number from the private investigator she had hired to find her back in Walford.
Dad George (Colin Salmon), incensed, revealed that he had Rose’s phone number all along and that she just didn’t want to be discovered.
He and Gina (Francesca Henry), who were both distraught, were encouraged to rethink their minds by Elaine Peacock (Harriet Thorpe), who said that Anna undoubtedly had many questions concerning her mother’s abduction nine years before.
Anna sent a message for her mother after gaining George’s approval to get in touch with her, admitting that she understood she had lied about her identity and expressing her desire to find out who she really was.
Viewers will be aware that Cindy Beale changed her name to Rose Knight after entering witness protection, but now that her protection is up, she may return living as Cindy.
Anna wrote her mother a sharp text after waiting for a response, confessing that they didn’t need her in their life if she couldn’t be bothered to respond.
Shortly after the SMS was sent, but not by Cindy, it was picked up.
Peter pondered if he need to return to Walford to assist with the matter after receiving a call from Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell) alerting him that Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) was selling the chip store.
Knowing that George and Cindy’s daughters were now residing at the Queen Vic, Ian was adamantly opposed to the notion and made reasons as to why he couldn’t go.
Peter immediately changed his mind, though, after listening to an intriguing message on Cindy’s phone.
Peter couldn’t help but be curious after receiving the letter from Anna referring to Cindy as her mother; he immediately started listening to the message, which indicated that Anna resided in Albert Square.
Peter looked to Ian in confusion, and Ian was forced to reveal Cindy’s covert family.
To Ian’s astonishment, Peter quickly reserved a seat on the Eurostar and left for London after learning that he has two sisters.
He went directly to the Queen Vic after landing in Walford to see Gina and Anna there for the first time.
Will he reveal his true identity to them or will he keep it a secret?