Chris Clenshaw, the head of EastEnders, has stated that Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) should be concerned about Cindy’s (Michelle Collins) allegiance. It was always going to happen.
The intense tension that exists between Cindy and her former partner is expected to escalate this Christmas, perhaps resulting in significant temptation.
Additionally, her intimacy with George Knight (Colin Salmon) will cause grief and resentment as Ian and Elaine’s (Harriet Thorpe) holiday season comes to an end.
Cindy has a history of cheating on Ian, and even though she has said for months that he is the right guy for her, it is clear that she never really lets go of her previous behavior.
Boss Chris issued an exclusive warning, saying, “Ian should be scared.” Is he anxious? Most likely not!
We know that he was quite afraid to go back to Walford after learning that George, Cindy’s ex-husband, was the owner of the Queen Vic; he evidently discovered this before she did.
“I don’t believe he should be confident in his connection with Cindy, but I think he is quite confident in it.” We all know who Cindy is, and I believe that temptation may seize her at any time.
Everything will come to a head as the volatile and still very much present sentiments between Cindy and George, as well as familial relationships, play out.
Chris said, “There’s clearly a lot of connection between her and George at Christmas.”
“The Beales and the Knights get together for Christmas to celebrate Cindy’s first Christmas with her daughters and Peter in ten years, but what really shines through is the bond between her and George as they begin to reminisce about past Christmases spent together in Marbella—which is the last thing that anyone, particularly Ian or Elaine, wants to hear on Christmas Day!”
The bond between Cindy and George as they start reminiscing about previous Christmases spent together in Marbella—which is the last thing that anyone, especially Ian or Elaine, wants to hear on Christmas Day—really shines through when the Beales and the Knights get together for Christmas to celebrate Cindy’s first Christmas with her daughters and Peter in ten years!”