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EastEnders heartache as Dana Monroe exits after Bobby Beale’s betrayal?

Dana Monroe, a kid on EASTENDERS, could be on her way out of the BBC serial in the near future, as it appears Bobby Beale will betray her in a way she can never forgive.

Dana (Barbara Smith) has had a supporting role in her brother Aaron Monroe’s (Charlie Wernham) far-right plot on EastEnders, which has put her relationship with Bobby (Clay Milner Russell) to the test. Unfortunately, the extremist’s influence over his sister’s romance was revealed in this week’s episodes, and he attempted to get Bobby off his case by pitting his sister against her fiancé. As a new week begins on the BBC serial, Dana appears to be leaving Walford, as her commitment to her family leads her to perceive her lover as a betrayer.

Dana ultimately learns the truth about her brother’s participation with the Far Right, as the drama starts up where Friday night’s episode left off.

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) assured his daughter Bobby that he had been correct about everything while the cops were looking for Aaron.

The Monroe girl asked her ex-boyfriend if they could get back together after the young pair had split earlier in the week.

Dana had turned her back on not just him, but also his religion, which devastated the young Beale lad the most.

By the conclusion of the week, it appeared like the couple had no future, and it appears that a betrayal could cement that in next week’s episode of the weeknight serial drama.

Dana and her father Harvey are concerned about Aaron, who had planned to leave the Square last week, as Monday approaches.

His sister rushes over to visit her ex-boyfriend as the cops are still trying to reach the fanatic.

Despite the fact that she knows her brother was wrong, the Monroe girl makes a request of Bobby, requesting that he not tell the authorities about what he suspects Aaron of doing.

It’ll be obvious right away Bobby is enraged by his ex-request girlfriend’s because it contradicts his religious beliefs.

The little Beale kid will be faced with a major choice, as he must decide whether or not to lie to the authorities in order to save Dana’s life.

Bobby’s decision hasn’t been made public yet, but after making such a strong statement about sticking to his beliefs, he could opt to betray Dana.

He may tell the authorities what he knows about Aaron now that they are no longer together, putting Harvey’s son in hot water.

He might tell the authorities how Aaron’s knowledge of the Quran piqued his interest, despite the fact that he was not a Muslim.

Bobby might also tell them about how the far-right member had a tattoo of the number 23 on his shoulder, which he noticed when the Monroe guy pulled his shift off after a drink was spilled on him.

The young Beale kid told his ex-girlfriend about his investigation and how he realized W was the alphabet’s 23rd letter.

White supremacy began with a W, and Bobby could tell the cops that he thought Aaron was a member of a far-right gang planning to detonate a bomb on the Arjee Bhajee’s premises.

Dana’s ex-boyfriend may inform the authorities that he believes Aaron was the one who was intended to blow the device, adding gasoline to the fire.

He may tell how he spotted the extremist acting suspiciously around his father Harvey, who prevented his son from detonating the bomb, and how he noticed this.

Following this treachery, the cops may arrest Harvey and prosecute him with the same offenses that they were planning to accuse Aaron with.

Because of what they were told about Bobby, Harvey could end up taking the fall for his son’s actions now that the young Monroe man is missing.

The young Monroe woman, enraged by the treachery and unwilling to forgive her ex-boyfriend, may decide to leave Walford.

With her father in prison, her brother missing, and her relationship in shambles, Dana may have no choice but to flee.

Dana was the first member of the Monroe family to be brought to the world of EastEnders, therefore it may be symbolic.

Bobby’s love interest could decide she needs to start a new chapter and do everything she wanted to do but couldn’t because she was afraid of leaving Harvey behind after almost a year.

Will she forgive Bobby for his betrayal or will she hold it against him for the rest of her life?

Dana isn’t the first character played by the actress who plays her Barbara on the BBC soap, since she previously appeared on the show.

Barbara portrayed Ellie, a girl who attended the same Oxford University open day as Bex Fowler (Jamie Armfield).

Discussing having multiple roles in the weeknight serial drama, the actress said: “I felt as if I was stepping into my television when I first walked on to the set and it was one of those moments where I had to pinch myself.

“I was obsessed with EastEnders as a kid, and it’s especially surreal if I ever see Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey.

“The reveal of Max and Stacey’s affair, followed by Bradley [Branning] later falling from the roof of the Queen Vic was my favourite storyline ever,” she told Inside Soap.

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Dana Monroe, a kid on EASTENDERS, could be on her way out of the BBC serial in the near future, as it appears Bobby Beale will betray her in a way she can never forgive.

Dana (Barbara Smith) has had a supporting role in her brother Aaron Monroe’s (Charlie Wernham) far-right plot on EastEnders, which has put her relationship with Bobby (Clay Milner Russell) to the test. Unfortunately, the extremist’s influence over his sister’s romance was revealed in this week’s episodes, and he attempted to get Bobby off his case by pitting his sister against her fiancé. As a new week begins on the BBC serial, Dana appears to be leaving Walford, as her commitment to her family leads her to perceive her lover as a betrayer.

Dana ultimately learns the truth about her brother’s participation with the Far Right, as the drama starts up where Friday night’s episode left off.

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) assured his daughter Bobby that he had been correct about everything while the cops were looking for Aaron.

The Monroe girl asked her ex-boyfriend if they could get back together after the young pair had split earlier in the week.

Dana had turned her back on not just him, but also his religion, which devastated the young Beale lad the most.

By the conclusion of the week, it appeared like the couple had no future, and it appears that a betrayal could cement that in next week’s episode of the weeknight serial drama.

Dana and her father Harvey are concerned about Aaron, who had planned to leave the Square last week, as Monday approaches.

His sister rushes over to visit her ex-boyfriend as the cops are still trying to reach the fanatic.

Despite the fact that she knows her brother was wrong, the Monroe girl makes a request of Bobby, requesting that he not tell the authorities about what he suspects Aaron of doing.

It’ll be obvious right away Bobby is enraged by his ex-request girlfriend’s because it contradicts his religious beliefs.

The little Beale kid will be faced with a major choice, as he must decide whether or not to lie to the authorities in order to save Dana’s life.

Bobby’s decision hasn’t been made public yet, but after making such a strong statement about sticking to his beliefs, he could opt to betray Dana.

He may tell the authorities what he knows about Aaron now that they are no longer together, putting Harvey’s son in hot water.

He might tell the authorities how Aaron’s knowledge of the Quran piqued his interest, despite the fact that he was not a Muslim.

Bobby might also tell them about how the far-right member had a tattoo of the number 23 on his shoulder, which he noticed when the Monroe guy pulled his shift off after a drink was spilled on him.

The young Beale kid told his ex-girlfriend about his investigation and how he realized W was the alphabet’s 23rd letter.

White supremacy began with a W, and Bobby could tell the cops that he thought Aaron was a member of a far-right gang planning to detonate a bomb on the Arjee Bhajee’s premises.

Dana’s ex-boyfriend may inform the authorities that he believes Aaron was the one who was intended to blow the device, adding gasoline to the fire.

He may tell how he spotted the extremist acting suspiciously around his father Harvey, who prevented his son from detonating the bomb, and how he noticed this.

Following this treachery, the cops may arrest Harvey and prosecute him with the same offenses that they were planning to accuse Aaron with.

Because of what they were told about Bobby, Harvey could end up taking the fall for his son’s actions now that the young Monroe man is missing.

The young Monroe woman, enraged by the treachery and unwilling to forgive her ex-boyfriend, may decide to leave Walford.

With her father in prison, her brother missing, and her relationship in shambles, Dana may have no choice but to flee.

Dana was the first member of the Monroe family to be brought to the world of EastEnders, therefore it may be symbolic.

Bobby’s love interest could decide she needs to start a new chapter and do everything she wanted to do but couldn’t because she was afraid of leaving Harvey behind after almost a year.

Will she forgive Bobby for his betrayal or will she hold it against him for the rest of her life?

Dana isn’t the first character played by the actress who plays her Barbara on the BBC soap, since she previously appeared on the show.

Barbara portrayed Ellie, a girl who attended the same Oxford University open day as Bex Fowler (Jamie Armfield).

Discussing having multiple roles in the weeknight serial drama, the actress said: “I felt as if I was stepping into my television when I first walked on to the set and it was one of those moments where I had to pinch myself.

“I was obsessed with EastEnders as a kid, and it’s especially surreal if I ever see Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey.

“The reveal of Max and Stacey’s affair, followed by Bradley [Branning] later falling from the roof of the Queen Vic was my favourite storyline ever,” she told Inside Soap.

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Dana Monroe, a kid on EASTENDERS, could be on her way out of the BBC serial in the near future, as it appears Bobby Beale will betray her in a way she can never forgive.

Dana (Barbara Smith) has had a supporting role in her brother Aaron Monroe’s (Charlie Wernham) far-right plot on EastEnders, which has put her relationship with Bobby (Clay Milner Russell) to the test. Unfortunately, the extremist’s influence over his sister’s romance was revealed in this week’s episodes, and he attempted to get Bobby off his case by pitting his sister against her fiancé. As a new week begins on the BBC serial, Dana appears to be leaving Walford, as her commitment to her family leads her to perceive her lover as a betrayer.

Dana ultimately learns the truth about her brother’s participation with the Far Right, as the drama starts up where Friday night’s episode left off.

Harvey Monroe (Ross Boatman) assured his daughter Bobby that he had been correct about everything while the cops were looking for Aaron.

The Monroe girl asked her ex-boyfriend if they could get back together after the young pair had split earlier in the week.

Dana had turned her back on not just him, but also his religion, which devastated the young Beale lad the most.

By the conclusion of the week, it appeared like the couple had no future, and it appears that a betrayal could cement that in next week’s episode of the weeknight serial drama.

Dana and her father Harvey are concerned about Aaron, who had planned to leave the Square last week, as Monday approaches.

His sister rushes over to visit her ex-boyfriend as the cops are still trying to reach the fanatic.

Despite the fact that she knows her brother was wrong, the Monroe girl makes a request of Bobby, requesting that he not tell the authorities about what he suspects Aaron of doing.

It’ll be obvious right away Bobby is enraged by his ex-request girlfriend’s because it contradicts his religious beliefs.

The little Beale kid will be faced with a major choice, as he must decide whether or not to lie to the authorities in order to save Dana’s life.

Bobby’s decision hasn’t been made public yet, but after making such a strong statement about sticking to his beliefs, he could opt to betray Dana.

He may tell the authorities what he knows about Aaron now that they are no longer together, putting Harvey’s son in hot water.

He might tell the authorities how Aaron’s knowledge of the Quran piqued his interest, despite the fact that he was not a Muslim.

Bobby might also tell them about how the far-right member had a tattoo of the number 23 on his shoulder, which he noticed when the Monroe guy pulled his shift off after a drink was spilled on him.

The young Beale kid told his ex-girlfriend about his investigation and how he realized W was the alphabet’s 23rd letter.

White supremacy began with a W, and Bobby could tell the cops that he thought Aaron was a member of a far-right gang planning to detonate a bomb on the Arjee Bhajee’s premises.

Dana’s ex-boyfriend may inform the authorities that he believes Aaron was the one who was intended to blow the device, adding gasoline to the fire.

He may tell how he spotted the extremist acting suspiciously around his father Harvey, who prevented his son from detonating the bomb, and how he noticed this.

Following this treachery, the cops may arrest Harvey and prosecute him with the same offenses that they were planning to accuse Aaron with.

Because of what they were told about Bobby, Harvey could end up taking the fall for his son’s actions now that the young Monroe man is missing.

The young Monroe woman, enraged by the treachery and unwilling to forgive her ex-boyfriend, may decide to leave Walford.

With her father in prison, her brother missing, and her relationship in shambles, Dana may have no choice but to flee.

Dana was the first member of the Monroe family to be brought to the world of EastEnders, therefore it may be symbolic.

Bobby’s love interest could decide she needs to start a new chapter and do everything she wanted to do but couldn’t because she was afraid of leaving Harvey behind after almost a year.

Will she forgive Bobby for his betrayal or will she hold it against him for the rest of her life?

Dana isn’t the first character played by the actress who plays her Barbara on the BBC soap, since she previously appeared on the show.

Barbara portrayed Ellie, a girl who attended the same Oxford University open day as Bex Fowler (Jamie Armfield).

Discussing having multiple roles in the weeknight serial drama, the actress said: “I felt as if I was stepping into my television when I first walked on to the set and it was one of those moments where I had to pinch myself.

“I was obsessed with EastEnders as a kid, and it’s especially surreal if I ever see Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey.

“The reveal of Max and Stacey’s affair, followed by Bradley [Branning] later falling from the roof of the Queen Vic was my favourite storyline ever,” she told Inside Soap.

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