Spoilers for EastEnders: the mystery surrounding the Christmas murder case deepens with the revelation of Sharon’s disastrous wedding gown

Sharon is going through an exhilarating moment, but it won’t last long (picture: BBC)

In forthcoming episodes of EastEnders, Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) will have a disastrous wedding dress experience, throwing off her entire wedding preparation.

On Christmas Day, Sharon and Danny Walters’ character, Keanu, are getting married. They’ve both had a challenging year as a result of several obstacles that have put their relationship to the test.

As of right now, Sharon is concealing a big secret from Keanu since he doesn’t know that Phil (Steve McFadden) is Albie’s real father and not him.

As soon as Sharon and Linda (Kellie Bright) go into town to pick out Sharon’s ideal wedding dress, the anticipation for her big day grows.

Tommy (Sonny Kendall), nevertheless, unintentionally sends her dress flying into the road as they get back to Walford.

Oh no!

Back at the bar, Sharon believes Tommy’s accident must mean that she should call off the wedding. However, after hearing some supportive remarks from Linda and receiving a new dress from Kathy (Gillian Taylforth), Sharon decides to go ahead and marry Tommy after all.

An irate Dean turns to face Sharon and Linda (Picture: BBC)

Only a few days remain until the Christmas Day murder is ultimately made public. These scenes will air.

A fan-favorite flash-forward scene from back in February revealed that this Christmas, a body will be discovered on the bar’s floor.

Everyone is curious about who dies and how The Six—Kathy, Linda, Sharon, Suki (Balvinder Sopal), and Denise (Diane Parish)—are implicated, and months have passed with ideas still flying.

Speaking about the plot, showrunner Chris Clenshaw stated, “We wanted it to be a tale that genuinely draws the fans together, so we’re absolutely over the moon that it seems to be accomplishing that and the fans are enjoying being a part of it.”

Although there is always a lot of pressure to perform, EastEnders’ Christmas scenes are usually amazing, and this year is especially wonderful, in my opinion. And until the very end, I predict that you will be speculating.

Since there are six ladies this year, there are six distinct storylines that cover almost the whole Square and the whole ensemble.

As a result, “it is an ensemble work, and those storylines begin to knit, weave, and clash together.”

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