Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) and her secret past in EastEnders have remained a mystery ever since she first appeared on the show back in May.
Back on the soap again tonight, Frankie has accepted a position at the Prince Albert and everything seems to be going swimmingly.
But when Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) takes Frankie to The Vic and she starts covertly taking photos of the Carters, it raises the question, does Frankie’s secret past have something to do with the Carters?
Who is Frankie in EastEnders?
Frankie was first introduced to Albert Square as a friend of Ben Mitchell’s (Max Bowden).
Callum Highway (Tony Clay) introduced Frankie to Ben after he was diagnosed with hearing loss and Frankie, who also lives with deafness, had been helping Ben as he struggled with his loss of hearing.
We still don’t know a lot about Frankie, but recent spoilers suggested that a character was going to take a particular interest in the Carters and with Frankie secretly snapping pictures of the family and showing a specific interest in Ollie, it’s safe to assume that the person in question is, in fact, Frankie.
What Frankie’s link to the Carters is and why she is so interested in young Ollie is still a secret for now, but we do know that Frankie has somewhat of a sad past in her own family – having lost a sibling when she was growing up.
This glimpse in her past will come out in coming episodes when over a drink after work, Tina sees a photo of a young boy on Frankie’s phone, who she goes on to reveal is actually her late brother, who died ten years ago.
EastEnders continues at 8:30pm on BBC One tonight
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