EastEnders spoilers: Ted Murray to be killed off after devastating health scare?
In upcoming episodes on EastEnders, Ted (played by Christopher Timothy) will continue to struggle without Joyce by his side, keeping him on track.
While young Bernadette Taylor (Claire Norris) is always looking out for her neighbour, it seems she will overlook an important part of his life.
When Ted receives a letter from his late wife, he will be forced to make some big decisions, which could alter the course of his life.
However, as he tries to work out what Joyce would have wanted him to do, he ends up in trouble himself.
This Autumn, viewers will see Ted suffer a health scare, which he will hide from the Albert square residents.
His worries will only get worse as he tries to keep the news from those closest to him while continuing to mourn the loss of his wife.
Will Ted unravel from the devastating news and should the Walford residents prepare for another heart wrenching exit from the BBC soap?
Fans will just have to wait to find out how Ted copes but he won’t be the only one who is having a hard time.
Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami) will also face a struggle of his own as he is hit hard by his grief for younger brother Shakil (Shaheen Jafargholi), who was tragically stabbed earlier this year.
He will struggle with his grief and mum Carmel (Bonnie Langford) and girlfriend Denise will be left worrying about what they can do to help.
Speaking about Kush’s painful journey later this year, soap star Davood told Metro.co.uk: “When one person is falling apart like Carmel, there is someone around to hold them up.
“At some point, that is going to change and that will happen to Kush – he’ll be the one falling apart.”
Will Kush open up to his family about his grief and will they be able to help?
Meanwhile, despite worrying about her son, it seems the loss of Shakil will become too much for Carmel.
She tried to set up a campaign to stop youngsters from carrying knives after Shakil’s death but it seems its not enough to fill the hole left by her son.
Actress Bonnie confirmed earlier this year that she would be leaving the BBC series.
Speaking about her exit, she said: “I’ve had a wonderful three-and-a-half years at EastEnders and it’s been a privilege to be part of such an iconic show.
“My storyline has been such an incredible experience and I’m honoured to be part of something so powerful and poignant.
“However, I’ve known since the beginning of this storyline it would always lead to Carmel having to take a break from Walford.”
EastEnders continues Monday on BBC One at 8pm.