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EastEnders recasts character in Stacey and Jean Slater row storyline

In the ongoing feud between Stacey and Jean Slater, EastEnders has recast young Arthur Fowler.

Rocco Brenner, a young actor who recently made his first appearance as Stacey Slater’s son Arthur, is set to play a major role in this week’s episodes.

Hunter Bell, Arthur’s predecessor, recently revealed on Instagram that he filmed his final scenes as a six-year-old in order to “try different things in life.”

“I’ve spent the last six years of my life as a character on #bbcone’s most popular soap, EastEnders. The amazing @desouzie84 chose me to play #BabyArthur when I was a baby “read a statement that was not written by his parents in any way.

“Since then, I’ve grown into the little Arthur Fowler you’ve grown to love.”

The Monday (March 21) episode began a week-long sequence of scenes in which Stacey and her mother Jean’s relationship is strained, partly due to a disagreement over Arthur.

Jean argued that Stacey should tell her young son the truth about his father Kush Kazemi’s murder by Gray Atkins before he hears it from other kids in the Square.

“The right thing isn’t always the easy thing when it comes to family,” Jean told her daughter.

After Tommy Moon’s troubles, Jean surprised Martin by announcing she’d ordered a bouncy castle to help keep the kids’ spirits up. Honey Mitchell was irritated because the castle was obstructing the road.

“Please tell me, what is wrong with that?” I’m trying to cheer up my grandson, whose father was murdered. Honey inquired of Jean.

Jean enthusiastically joined the children in playing in the bouncy castle, but Arthur revealed to Stacey and Eve that he’d been hurt during all the jumping.

“It was done by Nanny Jean,” Arthur explained.

Stacey tried to persuade Jean to leave the bouncy castle, but she was shoved by her mother. While other residents gawked and laughed, Stacey was concerned as Harvey joined Jean in the bouncy castle.

After everyone had gone home, Stacey confronted Jean, accusing her of injuring Arthur when she pushed him. She made the decision that Jean couldn’t be alone with the kids until she was “feeling better and calmer.”

“You can see them,” Stacey insisted, “but not on your own.” “You’re not feeling well. You require assistance. You need to see a doctor, and you’re not going to see those kids until you do.”

As the episode ended, a tearful Jean was taken aback by her daughter’s ultimatum.

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In the ongoing feud between Stacey and Jean Slater, EastEnders has recast young Arthur Fowler.

Rocco Brenner, a young actor who recently made his first appearance as Stacey Slater’s son Arthur, is set to play a major role in this week’s episodes.

Hunter Bell, Arthur’s predecessor, recently revealed on Instagram that he filmed his final scenes as a six-year-old in order to “try different things in life.”

“I’ve spent the last six years of my life as a character on #bbcone’s most popular soap, EastEnders. The amazing @desouzie84 chose me to play #BabyArthur when I was a baby “read a statement that was not written by his parents in any way.

“Since then, I’ve grown into the little Arthur Fowler you’ve grown to love.”

The Monday (March 21) episode began a week-long sequence of scenes in which Stacey and her mother Jean’s relationship is strained, partly due to a disagreement over Arthur.

Jean argued that Stacey should tell her young son the truth about his father Kush Kazemi’s murder by Gray Atkins before he hears it from other kids in the Square.

“The right thing isn’t always the easy thing when it comes to family,” Jean told her daughter.

After Tommy Moon’s troubles, Jean surprised Martin by announcing she’d ordered a bouncy castle to help keep the kids’ spirits up. Honey Mitchell was irritated because the castle was obstructing the road.

“Please tell me, what is wrong with that?” I’m trying to cheer up my grandson, whose father was murdered. Honey inquired of Jean.

Jean enthusiastically joined the children in playing in the bouncy castle, but Arthur revealed to Stacey and Eve that he’d been hurt during all the jumping.

“It was done by Nanny Jean,” Arthur explained.

Stacey tried to persuade Jean to leave the bouncy castle, but she was shoved by her mother. While other residents gawked and laughed, Stacey was concerned as Harvey joined Jean in the bouncy castle.

After everyone had gone home, Stacey confronted Jean, accusing her of injuring Arthur when she pushed him. She made the decision that Jean couldn’t be alone with the kids until she was “feeling better and calmer.”

“You can see them,” Stacey insisted, “but not on your own.” “You’re not feeling well. You require assistance. You need to see a doctor, and you’re not going to see those kids until you do.”

As the episode ended, a tearful Jean was taken aback by her daughter’s ultimatum.

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In the ongoing feud between Stacey and Jean Slater, EastEnders has recast young Arthur Fowler.

Rocco Brenner, a young actor who recently made his first appearance as Stacey Slater’s son Arthur, is set to play a major role in this week’s episodes.

Hunter Bell, Arthur’s predecessor, recently revealed on Instagram that he filmed his final scenes as a six-year-old in order to “try different things in life.”

“I’ve spent the last six years of my life as a character on #bbcone’s most popular soap, EastEnders. The amazing @desouzie84 chose me to play #BabyArthur when I was a baby “read a statement that was not written by his parents in any way.

“Since then, I’ve grown into the little Arthur Fowler you’ve grown to love.”

The Monday (March 21) episode began a week-long sequence of scenes in which Stacey and her mother Jean’s relationship is strained, partly due to a disagreement over Arthur.

Jean argued that Stacey should tell her young son the truth about his father Kush Kazemi’s murder by Gray Atkins before he hears it from other kids in the Square.

“The right thing isn’t always the easy thing when it comes to family,” Jean told her daughter.

After Tommy Moon’s troubles, Jean surprised Martin by announcing she’d ordered a bouncy castle to help keep the kids’ spirits up. Honey Mitchell was irritated because the castle was obstructing the road.

“Please tell me, what is wrong with that?” I’m trying to cheer up my grandson, whose father was murdered. Honey inquired of Jean.

Jean enthusiastically joined the children in playing in the bouncy castle, but Arthur revealed to Stacey and Eve that he’d been hurt during all the jumping.

“It was done by Nanny Jean,” Arthur explained.

Stacey tried to persuade Jean to leave the bouncy castle, but she was shoved by her mother. While other residents gawked and laughed, Stacey was concerned as Harvey joined Jean in the bouncy castle.

After everyone had gone home, Stacey confronted Jean, accusing her of injuring Arthur when she pushed him. She made the decision that Jean couldn’t be alone with the kids until she was “feeling better and calmer.”

“You can see them,” Stacey insisted, “but not on your own.” “You’re not feeling well. You require assistance. You need to see a doctor, and you’re not going to see those kids until you do.”

As the episode ended, a tearful Jean was taken aback by her daughter’s ultimatum.

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