After spending three years away from Walford, EastEnders legend Ian Beale recently made a comeback to the BBC soap opera.
Adam Woodyatt, who portrays Ian Beale, recently teased a reunion between his character and Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) and Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean). Ian Beale made a surprise comeback.
Following the revelation that Cindy Beale (Michelle Collins) had been in witness protection for the past 25 years, Ian and Cindy made a comeback together last week.
Adam, the actor, spoke candidly about his experience returning to Walford and the upcoming conversation between Ian, Kathy, and Sharon.
I have to be careful because I know, but there are a lot of conversations that need to be had, Adam said in a statement to maiil.online and other media.
“I believe that making carbonara with Sharon will be one of the most intriguing.
Speaking with my mother about the years she has missed, but there is a lot of water to be dealt with, which we will.
We just say each other’s names, so I believe it to be one of the lines with Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden), and I know for a fact that it will be hilarious.
When asked if he was looking forward to seeing actor Steve again, he replied, “No, I just saw him last week.
We took all the necessary selfies when I ran into him in London, but we couldn’t post them to social media because doing so would have revealed our identities.
In February 2020, Ian learned that Bobby Beale (Clay Milner Russell), a Christian, had been harassed by Sharon’s teenage son, Dennis Rickman Jr. (Bleu Landau).
After an Islamophobic attack on Bobby, who was soon hospitalized, Ian became furious and confronted Dennis at the Queen Vic boat party.
After a heated argument, he angrily locked him in a cabin; however, when Phil and Keanu Taylor’s (Danny Walters) fight caused the boat to crash, Ian hurried to save Dennis.
Ian felt bad because Dennis passed away despite his best efforts. Later on, Ian started to feel something for Sharon.
His feelings, however, were not returned, and Phil soon launched an attack against him on Sharon’s behalf after she discovered Ian’s involvement in her son’s death.
When they discovered he had a brain bleed after Sharon and Kathy took him to the hospital and worried he might not survive, Ian proposed to Sharon, who accepted.
Later, after arranging a romantic evening, Phil bought a fatal poison for Sharon to mix into Ian’s dinner in order to murder Ian with Sharon once more while they planned to make it appear as though Ian had committed suicide.
Just as Ian was about to eat Sharon’s poisoned pasta, he learned the truth and confronted her about her murderous scheme.
Fortunately, Sharon changed her mind and forced Ian to vomit the food, saving his life and allowing Ian to leave the Square.
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