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EastEnders theory: Tina Carter’s son arrives in Walford as family secret exposed

Tina Carter may be dead, but according to a new theory published by Express.co.uk, she could still be central to a major storyline as her loved ones realize they didn’t know her as well as they thought.

Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) was tragically killed by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) on EastEnders in December 2020, but her body was only recently discovered and her family was able to give her the proper send-off she deserved. On the BBC soap, her sister Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) and nephew Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) will have to come to terms with their grief and how they will live their lives without her in the coming weeks and months. When a newcomer claims to be a relative of theirs and arrives on the Square, they may be completely taken aback, opening up yet another Pandora’s Box from the family’s past.

According to The Sun, Aidan O’Callaghan, who previously starred in Emmerdale, will join the cast of the weeknight serial drama in a role that will replace Tina.

The heartthrob will take over as manager of The Prince Albert gay bar, and it’s likely he’ll come up with a variety of ways to attract customers.

It’s possible that, in addition to making friends with Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden), the youngster will initially observe the Carters from afar.

When they begin to suspect they are being followed, newcomer Lewis could emerge from the shadows and reveal that he believes Tina is his mother.

Tina had a daughter named Zsa Zsa Carter (Emer Kenny) who appeared on the show a few years before she did, and it was well known before she arrived on the Square.

The family, on the other hand, would not have been aware of it. Tina also had a son, despite the fact that she never mentioned having another child.

Shirley had given birth to Mick when she was a teenager, with the help of Aunt Babe, it was explained a few years ago (Annette Badland).

As part of a money-making scheme, the villain planned to kidnap the boy and give him away illegally.

Mick was given to Shirley’s mother to raise, and the pub landlord didn’t realize who his mother was until he arrived in Walford almost ten years ago.

Tina may have been in a similar situation when she became pregnant with Lewis, and she may have been worried about being a mother at such a young age.

Aunt Babe could have agreed to take the baby away once it was born for what she believed was a legal adoption process because she saw her as a mother figure.

Tina would have been completely unaware that she was a part of the farming process, and her child would have been given to someone illegally rather than legally.

Tina could have completely blocked out the trauma of being torn apart from her son and thus never told her family because of the trauma.

Lewis may have only recently discovered he was related to the Carters after his birth mother made national headlines.

Knowing the woman who would have given them the gift of a son, his parents could have had a strong reaction to her death.

Lewis could have interrogated his parents about how they knew who Tina was if he had noticed they were acting suspiciously.

They could have told him they accepted him from Aunt Babe because they weren’t sure social services would have deemed them responsible enough to have a child if they sat down with him and finally confessed their sins.

The newcomer may have arrived in Walford thinking it would be a quick stop to meet his real family and pay his respects to his mother.

He could have applied for the job after hearing from locals that his mother used to be the manager of the Prince Albert.

He would have made himself the standout candidate in order to be closer to Tina in some way.

When the Carters find out about the newcomer’s connection to them, they’ll want to know how they didn’t know about him and why Tina kept him hidden from them.

They could learn that Lewis was subjected to the same treatment as Mick by calling Aunt Babe, which would make them hate her even more.

The clan could welcome Lewis with open arms, not wanting him to feel excluded or as if he is the last piece of Tina they have.

Only time would tell if he had any secrets of his own to keep hidden, and what the consequences would be if they were revealed.

He could also be on the lookout for a new love interest, with his sights set on Ben, a married man.
Jon Sen, the show’s former executive producer, announced last year that he would be leaving and would be replaced by Chris Clenshaw.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to Walford to work with the hugely talented team on a British institution that, for over three decades, has given us some of the most memorable moments in popular culture,” Chris said of his new position. It’s a huge honor to be the custodian of one of Britain’s greatest dramas.”

“It is with great excitement that we look forward to Chris Clenshaw arriving back in Albert Square, this time at the helm of the show,” said Kate Oates, the BBC’s head of continuing drama.

“I know he’s already looking forward to telling new and exciting stories and celebrating the best of our iconic characters because of his deep love for the show.”

So, with the addition of Lewis, could the new boss be steering the Carter family in a new direction?

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Tina Carter may be dead, but according to a new theory published by Express.co.uk, she could still be central to a major storyline as her loved ones realize they didn’t know her as well as they thought.

Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) was tragically killed by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) on EastEnders in December 2020, but her body was only recently discovered and her family was able to give her the proper send-off she deserved. On the BBC soap, her sister Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) and nephew Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) will have to come to terms with their grief and how they will live their lives without her in the coming weeks and months. When a newcomer claims to be a relative of theirs and arrives on the Square, they may be completely taken aback, opening up yet another Pandora’s Box from the family’s past.

According to The Sun, Aidan O’Callaghan, who previously starred in Emmerdale, will join the cast of the weeknight serial drama in a role that will replace Tina.

The heartthrob will take over as manager of The Prince Albert gay bar, and it’s likely he’ll come up with a variety of ways to attract customers.

It’s possible that, in addition to making friends with Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden), the youngster will initially observe the Carters from afar.

When they begin to suspect they are being followed, newcomer Lewis could emerge from the shadows and reveal that he believes Tina is his mother.

Tina had a daughter named Zsa Zsa Carter (Emer Kenny) who appeared on the show a few years before she did, and it was well known before she arrived on the Square.

The family, on the other hand, would not have been aware of it. Tina also had a son, despite the fact that she never mentioned having another child.

Shirley had given birth to Mick when she was a teenager, with the help of Aunt Babe, it was explained a few years ago (Annette Badland).

As part of a money-making scheme, the villain planned to kidnap the boy and give him away illegally.

Mick was given to Shirley’s mother to raise, and the pub landlord didn’t realize who his mother was until he arrived in Walford almost ten years ago.

Tina may have been in a similar situation when she became pregnant with Lewis, and she may have been worried about being a mother at such a young age.

Aunt Babe could have agreed to take the baby away once it was born for what she believed was a legal adoption process because she saw her as a mother figure.

Tina would have been completely unaware that she was a part of the farming process, and her child would have been given to someone illegally rather than legally.

Tina could have completely blocked out the trauma of being torn apart from her son and thus never told her family because of the trauma.

Lewis may have only recently discovered he was related to the Carters after his birth mother made national headlines.

Knowing the woman who would have given them the gift of a son, his parents could have had a strong reaction to her death.

Lewis could have interrogated his parents about how they knew who Tina was if he had noticed they were acting suspiciously.

They could have told him they accepted him from Aunt Babe because they weren’t sure social services would have deemed them responsible enough to have a child if they sat down with him and finally confessed their sins.

The newcomer may have arrived in Walford thinking it would be a quick stop to meet his real family and pay his respects to his mother.

He could have applied for the job after hearing from locals that his mother used to be the manager of the Prince Albert.

He would have made himself the standout candidate in order to be closer to Tina in some way.

When the Carters find out about the newcomer’s connection to them, they’ll want to know how they didn’t know about him and why Tina kept him hidden from them.

They could learn that Lewis was subjected to the same treatment as Mick by calling Aunt Babe, which would make them hate her even more.

The clan could welcome Lewis with open arms, not wanting him to feel excluded or as if he is the last piece of Tina they have.

Only time would tell if he had any secrets of his own to keep hidden, and what the consequences would be if they were revealed.

He could also be on the lookout for a new love interest, with his sights set on Ben, a married man.
Jon Sen, the show’s former executive producer, announced last year that he would be leaving and would be replaced by Chris Clenshaw.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to Walford to work with the hugely talented team on a British institution that, for over three decades, has given us some of the most memorable moments in popular culture,” Chris said of his new position. It’s a huge honor to be the custodian of one of Britain’s greatest dramas.”

“It is with great excitement that we look forward to Chris Clenshaw arriving back in Albert Square, this time at the helm of the show,” said Kate Oates, the BBC’s head of continuing drama.

“I know he’s already looking forward to telling new and exciting stories and celebrating the best of our iconic characters because of his deep love for the show.”

So, with the addition of Lewis, could the new boss be steering the Carter family in a new direction?

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Tina Carter may be dead, but according to a new theory published by Express.co.uk, she could still be central to a major storyline as her loved ones realize they didn’t know her as well as they thought.

Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) was tragically killed by Gray Atkins (Toby-Alexander Smith) on EastEnders in December 2020, but her body was only recently discovered and her family was able to give her the proper send-off she deserved. On the BBC soap, her sister Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) and nephew Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) will have to come to terms with their grief and how they will live their lives without her in the coming weeks and months. When a newcomer claims to be a relative of theirs and arrives on the Square, they may be completely taken aback, opening up yet another Pandora’s Box from the family’s past.

According to The Sun, Aidan O’Callaghan, who previously starred in Emmerdale, will join the cast of the weeknight serial drama in a role that will replace Tina.

The heartthrob will take over as manager of The Prince Albert gay bar, and it’s likely he’ll come up with a variety of ways to attract customers.

It’s possible that, in addition to making friends with Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden), the youngster will initially observe the Carters from afar.

When they begin to suspect they are being followed, newcomer Lewis could emerge from the shadows and reveal that he believes Tina is his mother.

Tina had a daughter named Zsa Zsa Carter (Emer Kenny) who appeared on the show a few years before she did, and it was well known before she arrived on the Square.

The family, on the other hand, would not have been aware of it. Tina also had a son, despite the fact that she never mentioned having another child.

Shirley had given birth to Mick when she was a teenager, with the help of Aunt Babe, it was explained a few years ago (Annette Badland).

As part of a money-making scheme, the villain planned to kidnap the boy and give him away illegally.

Mick was given to Shirley’s mother to raise, and the pub landlord didn’t realize who his mother was until he arrived in Walford almost ten years ago.

Tina may have been in a similar situation when she became pregnant with Lewis, and she may have been worried about being a mother at such a young age.

Aunt Babe could have agreed to take the baby away once it was born for what she believed was a legal adoption process because she saw her as a mother figure.

Tina would have been completely unaware that she was a part of the farming process, and her child would have been given to someone illegally rather than legally.

Tina could have completely blocked out the trauma of being torn apart from her son and thus never told her family because of the trauma.

Lewis may have only recently discovered he was related to the Carters after his birth mother made national headlines.

Knowing the woman who would have given them the gift of a son, his parents could have had a strong reaction to her death.

Lewis could have interrogated his parents about how they knew who Tina was if he had noticed they were acting suspiciously.

They could have told him they accepted him from Aunt Babe because they weren’t sure social services would have deemed them responsible enough to have a child if they sat down with him and finally confessed their sins.

The newcomer may have arrived in Walford thinking it would be a quick stop to meet his real family and pay his respects to his mother.

He could have applied for the job after hearing from locals that his mother used to be the manager of the Prince Albert.

He would have made himself the standout candidate in order to be closer to Tina in some way.

When the Carters find out about the newcomer’s connection to them, they’ll want to know how they didn’t know about him and why Tina kept him hidden from them.

They could learn that Lewis was subjected to the same treatment as Mick by calling Aunt Babe, which would make them hate her even more.

The clan could welcome Lewis with open arms, not wanting him to feel excluded or as if he is the last piece of Tina they have.

Only time would tell if he had any secrets of his own to keep hidden, and what the consequences would be if they were revealed.

He could also be on the lookout for a new love interest, with his sights set on Ben, a married man.
Jon Sen, the show’s former executive producer, announced last year that he would be leaving and would be replaced by Chris Clenshaw.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to Walford to work with the hugely talented team on a British institution that, for over three decades, has given us some of the most memorable moments in popular culture,” Chris said of his new position. It’s a huge honor to be the custodian of one of Britain’s greatest dramas.”

“It is with great excitement that we look forward to Chris Clenshaw arriving back in Albert Square, this time at the helm of the show,” said Kate Oates, the BBC’s head of continuing drama.

“I know he’s already looking forward to telling new and exciting stories and celebrating the best of our iconic characters because of his deep love for the show.”

So, with the addition of Lewis, could the new boss be steering the Carter family in a new direction?

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