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EastEnders death as beloved family suffer heartbreaking loss?

Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) has been in prison since being arrested on terrorist charges earlier this year on EastEnders for his role in a plot to detonate a bomb in Trafalgar Square. The member of a far-right group has had limited communication with his father, Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman), and sister, Dana Monroe, since his arrest (Barbara Smith). Official spoilers have revealed that in upcoming moments on the BBC serial, they will make another attempt to see the troubled character behind bars, which could be one of the last times they see him alive.

As Harvey and Dana come home following a visit to the prison, the drama begins in next week’s installments of the weeknight serial drama.

They are understandably unhappy, as Aaron has canceled their visit because he is unable to cope behind bars.

Later in the week, though, everything is flipped upside down when Harvey visits his son in prison and the father and son meet face to face.

The Monroe family patriarch was the one who reported his child to the police, so tensions have been high between them, but Harvey is taken aback by Aaron’s condition.

Aaron is being beaten up by other convicts for his membership in the far-right organization, which he is unaware of because he hasn’t seen his son in several weeks.

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Harvey is heartbroken to see his son’s battered face and astounded to learn that nothing is being done to stop the abuse.

The patriarch of the Monroe family is prepared to inform the officers on duty about Aaron’s mistreatment, but the child does not want to cause a commotion.

He assures his father that he is alright and that all he wants is for them to spend some time together before he returns to his cell.

It might be a somber encounter as they sit and converse, knowing that this is Aaron’s last chance to see his father.

According to a fresh theory, he will be killed by the men who have been abusing him for the previous few months.

The Monroe family could be told Aaron has died in prison, similar to what happened to Jags Panesar (Amar Adatia) last year.

The news of the attack, as well as the consequences that have followed, would completely devastate both Harvey and Dana.

Harvey will feel enormous guilt over his son’s death, and the father and daughter will have to come to terms with their loss.

Harvey would believe that Aaron’s death could have been avoided if he had gotten outside help for his son before reporting him to the authorities.

He wouldn’t be able to undo previous events, but seeing her father’s distress, Dana could tell him that he made the correct decision.

Aaron was beyond any help they could have given him or sought for him, and he needed to be in prison to pay for his sins, Dana could explain.

The youngster may decide that the family should focus their efforts on achieving justice for Aaron, who died in prison just a few months ago.

Dana and Harvey could team up with the Panesar family to file a petition calling for an investigation into why the inmates perished.

Will they receive the answers they seek, or will their efforts be in vain when the truth about Aaron’s death is revealed?

It’s possible he was looking for a method to vent his rage at his involvement with the far-right group by picking fights with other convicts.

Aaron had no intention of dying, but the pain and desire to fight could have been his way of coping with life behind bars.

Unfortunately, those fighting him would not have known, and they may have become tired of him repeatedly provoking them.

This could have prompted one of them to take matters into their own hands and permanently silence the young Monroe man.

He might not have anticipated things to progress very far, preferring to warn Aaron that he wouldn’t put up with the fighting.

Will Harvey be able to let go of his guilt as he confronts his son’s killer, or will he seek vengeance?

This twist might also see the Monroe matriarch emerge after her family has mentioned her on-screen but she has never been seen.

Barbara, who portrays Dana, has spoken out about a new arrival in Walford, saying that she believes it would offer a whole new aspect to the show.

“I’m desperate to meet Dana’s mother,” Barbara explained. If we saw Dana connect with her mother, I believe we’d learn a lot about her, and I believe she harbors a lot of resentment.

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Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) has been in prison since being arrested on terrorist charges earlier this year on EastEnders for his role in a plot to detonate a bomb in Trafalgar Square. The member of a far-right group has had limited communication with his father, Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman), and sister, Dana Monroe, since his arrest (Barbara Smith). Official spoilers have revealed that in upcoming moments on the BBC serial, they will make another attempt to see the troubled character behind bars, which could be one of the last times they see him alive.

As Harvey and Dana come home following a visit to the prison, the drama begins in next week’s installments of the weeknight serial drama.

They are understandably unhappy, as Aaron has canceled their visit because he is unable to cope behind bars.

Later in the week, though, everything is flipped upside down when Harvey visits his son in prison and the father and son meet face to face.

The Monroe family patriarch was the one who reported his child to the police, so tensions have been high between them, but Harvey is taken aback by Aaron’s condition.

Aaron is being beaten up by other convicts for his membership in the far-right organization, which he is unaware of because he hasn’t seen his son in several weeks.

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Harvey is heartbroken to see his son’s battered face and astounded to learn that nothing is being done to stop the abuse.

The patriarch of the Monroe family is prepared to inform the officers on duty about Aaron’s mistreatment, but the child does not want to cause a commotion.

He assures his father that he is alright and that all he wants is for them to spend some time together before he returns to his cell.

It might be a somber encounter as they sit and converse, knowing that this is Aaron’s last chance to see his father.

According to a fresh theory, he will be killed by the men who have been abusing him for the previous few months.

The Monroe family could be told Aaron has died in prison, similar to what happened to Jags Panesar (Amar Adatia) last year.

The news of the attack, as well as the consequences that have followed, would completely devastate both Harvey and Dana.

Harvey will feel enormous guilt over his son’s death, and the father and daughter will have to come to terms with their loss.

Harvey would believe that Aaron’s death could have been avoided if he had gotten outside help for his son before reporting him to the authorities.

He wouldn’t be able to undo previous events, but seeing her father’s distress, Dana could tell him that he made the correct decision.

Aaron was beyond any help they could have given him or sought for him, and he needed to be in prison to pay for his sins, Dana could explain.

The youngster may decide that the family should focus their efforts on achieving justice for Aaron, who died in prison just a few months ago.

Dana and Harvey could team up with the Panesar family to file a petition calling for an investigation into why the inmates perished.

Will they receive the answers they seek, or will their efforts be in vain when the truth about Aaron’s death is revealed?

It’s possible he was looking for a method to vent his rage at his involvement with the far-right group by picking fights with other convicts.

Aaron had no intention of dying, but the pain and desire to fight could have been his way of coping with life behind bars.

Unfortunately, those fighting him would not have known, and they may have become tired of him repeatedly provoking them.

This could have prompted one of them to take matters into their own hands and permanently silence the young Monroe man.

He might not have anticipated things to progress very far, preferring to warn Aaron that he wouldn’t put up with the fighting.

Will Harvey be able to let go of his guilt as he confronts his son’s killer, or will he seek vengeance?

This twist might also see the Monroe matriarch emerge after her family has mentioned her on-screen but she has never been seen.

Barbara, who portrays Dana, has spoken out about a new arrival in Walford, saying that she believes it would offer a whole new aspect to the show.

“I’m desperate to meet Dana’s mother,” Barbara explained. If we saw Dana connect with her mother, I believe we’d learn a lot about her, and I believe she harbors a lot of resentment.

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Aaron Monroe (Charlie Wernham) has been in prison since being arrested on terrorist charges earlier this year on EastEnders for his role in a plot to detonate a bomb in Trafalgar Square. The member of a far-right group has had limited communication with his father, Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman), and sister, Dana Monroe, since his arrest (Barbara Smith). Official spoilers have revealed that in upcoming moments on the BBC serial, they will make another attempt to see the troubled character behind bars, which could be one of the last times they see him alive.

As Harvey and Dana come home following a visit to the prison, the drama begins in next week’s installments of the weeknight serial drama.

They are understandably unhappy, as Aaron has canceled their visit because he is unable to cope behind bars.

Later in the week, though, everything is flipped upside down when Harvey visits his son in prison and the father and son meet face to face.

The Monroe family patriarch was the one who reported his child to the police, so tensions have been high between them, but Harvey is taken aback by Aaron’s condition.

Aaron is being beaten up by other convicts for his membership in the far-right organization, which he is unaware of because he hasn’t seen his son in several weeks.

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Harvey is heartbroken to see his son’s battered face and astounded to learn that nothing is being done to stop the abuse.

The patriarch of the Monroe family is prepared to inform the officers on duty about Aaron’s mistreatment, but the child does not want to cause a commotion.

He assures his father that he is alright and that all he wants is for them to spend some time together before he returns to his cell.

It might be a somber encounter as they sit and converse, knowing that this is Aaron’s last chance to see his father.

According to a fresh theory, he will be killed by the men who have been abusing him for the previous few months.

The Monroe family could be told Aaron has died in prison, similar to what happened to Jags Panesar (Amar Adatia) last year.

The news of the attack, as well as the consequences that have followed, would completely devastate both Harvey and Dana.

Harvey will feel enormous guilt over his son’s death, and the father and daughter will have to come to terms with their loss.

Harvey would believe that Aaron’s death could have been avoided if he had gotten outside help for his son before reporting him to the authorities.

He wouldn’t be able to undo previous events, but seeing her father’s distress, Dana could tell him that he made the correct decision.

Aaron was beyond any help they could have given him or sought for him, and he needed to be in prison to pay for his sins, Dana could explain.

The youngster may decide that the family should focus their efforts on achieving justice for Aaron, who died in prison just a few months ago.

Dana and Harvey could team up with the Panesar family to file a petition calling for an investigation into why the inmates perished.

Will they receive the answers they seek, or will their efforts be in vain when the truth about Aaron’s death is revealed?

It’s possible he was looking for a method to vent his rage at his involvement with the far-right group by picking fights with other convicts.

Aaron had no intention of dying, but the pain and desire to fight could have been his way of coping with life behind bars.

Unfortunately, those fighting him would not have known, and they may have become tired of him repeatedly provoking them.

This could have prompted one of them to take matters into their own hands and permanently silence the young Monroe man.

He might not have anticipated things to progress very far, preferring to warn Aaron that he wouldn’t put up with the fighting.

Will Harvey be able to let go of his guilt as he confronts his son’s killer, or will he seek vengeance?

This twist might also see the Monroe matriarch emerge after her family has mentioned her on-screen but she has never been seen.

Barbara, who portrays Dana, has spoken out about a new arrival in Walford, saying that she believes it would offer a whole new aspect to the show.

“I’m desperate to meet Dana’s mother,” Barbara explained. If we saw Dana connect with her mother, I believe we’d learn a lot about her, and I believe she harbors a lot of resentment.

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