EastEnders reveals big spoilers as huge week for Cindy's return is confirmed

Cindy Beale (Michelle Collins) finally heads back to Walford in upcoming episodes of EastEnders.

The beloved character made a shock return a few months ago, when it was confirmed that she had been living undercover as Rose Knight following her arrest.

Cindy was told that she didn’t need to live as Rose anymore and could move back to England from France if she wanted. Understandably, this news shocked her but towards the end of August, Cindy decides to take the plunge and return to Albert Square, the place she called home for so long.

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The programme information released by the BBC allows us to learn a little bit about what’s ahead for Cindy, Ian (Adam Woodyatt) and Peter (Thomas Law) as well as the Knight family, who remain unaware that Rose Knight is actually Cindy.

So, let’s get into it:

Monday, August 28: After 25 years, Cindy is back in Walford while the Knight family prepare for Anna’s (Molly Rainford) 21st birthday in the pub.

As the celebrations get underway, Kathy (Gillian Taylforth) comes face to face with a ghost from her past.

Who’s putting money on this being Cindy?

Tuesday: George (Colin Salmon) finally learns the truth, Peter prepares to face the music with Kathy, and Ian has a very awkward reunion with friends and foes (we’re still not over Sharon feeding Ian that carbonara, by the way).

Wednesday: Cindy and Ian’s arrival sends shockwaves through the square, Gina (Francesca Henry) goes into self-destruct mode, while Bobby (Clay Milner Russell) fears for his relationship.

Thursday: The Knights reel from recent events, Cindy makes a decision, and Alfie (Shane Richie) puts a roof over an old friend’s head.

We cannot wait for this!

‘It was easier [to slip back into the role of Peter] in a way because they wanted to show a more mature and put-together side of Peter this time around,’ Thomas Law said of reprising his role.

‘I played Peter for such a long time so I felt like I really knew him but Adam and Michelle made it easy for me to get back into the role too as I had to harness onto the fact that Peter just really loves his mum and dad.

‘That was pretty easy for me to do, because I do love them both. That’s not to say that I wasn’t nervous on the first day on set but all my nerves went away when I started to work with them.’

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