Vicki Michelle, an EastEnders actress, pays homage to her “baby sister” following her untimely passing

Vicki Michelle, an EastEnders actor, has paid homage to her younger sister Suzie after learning of her terrible passing.

Before securing the part of Jo Cotton in the BBC One soap opera earlier this year, Michelle, who is best known for playing Yvette in ‘Allo ‘Allo and later featured in Emmerdale, announced the tragic news on Instagram.

The actress wrote: “Said Goodbye to my lovely baby sister Suzie last week” beside a photo of herself and her sibling. both inside and exterior are lovely.

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“Hundreds of people showed up to bid their goodbyes. She was adored a lot. Fantastic memories with Suzie and Suzie, her daughter. RIP Lovely sister. Enjoy your new house. Thank you. #Heartbroken.”

In the post’s comments, fans and followers expressed their sympathies.

The actress has two more sisters. Most recently, she posted a photo on Instagram from a publicity photo session she took with her sister Ann and the late comedian Ronnie Barker.

Michelle celebrated her late mother Shirley’s birthday two weeks ago on Instagram. Happy Heavenly Birthday to my Wonderful Mum, she said beside a photo of the two of them. both inside and exterior are lovely. I miss her every day. She always said, “If you can’t speak kind things about someone, don’t say anything at all.” #Mum.”

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Jo Cotton made an appearance in some dramatic EastEnders scenes earlier this year. She later made another appearance in the summer to tell her ex-husband Rocky that he couldn’t marry Kathy Beale since he hadn’t yet had a divorce.

She ultimately signed the divorce papers and departed, but she was overheard saying to an unknown caller, “I’m on my way back,” so the door is still open. I got everything I wanted, and there is still enough available.

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BBC One broadcasts EastEnders from Monday through Thursday at 7.30 p.m. The program is also available on BBC iPlayer.

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