In EastEnders, Linda Carter’s (Kellie Bright) closest friend Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) has been her for a long time, but their relationship is placed in risk when Sharon discovers that Linda has sold the Queen Vic behind her back.
Linda has been looking for a buyer for the renowned boozer for a number of months after being forced to sell up when Mick Carter vanished.
Linda resorted to the one person she could trust more, her mother Elaine Peacock (Harriet Thorpe), despite the fact that Sharon, her closest friend, was ready and eager to complete the deal.
According to actress Kellie Bright, Sharon will find out about Linda’s treachery very soon, and this will undoubtedly kick things off between them.
She said, “The issue is that Elaine showed up without warning and walked right into Linda trying to make peace with Sharon, which made the whole situation ten times worse.”
Linda attempts to justify herself to Sharon, but Kellie said she’d have come up with an entirely different justification.
“For me, Kellie, that would be my get-out clause the moment Sharon abruptly announced she was marrying Keanu and there would be three of them moving in,” she said.
If I were Linda, I wouldn’t have agreed to live with a married couple. Fair enough if it were just you and I.
Linda will quickly come to the conclusion that maybe it wasn’t the greatest choice to choose her mother above her closest friend.
Linda’s choice probably backfired a little since Elaine is changing, but it’s different because it’s her mother, Kellie said.
Even if you and your mother disagree, you know that both of you will forgive the other.
Additionally, Linda lived and worked with her mother for years before to this, so she is aware of Elaine’s personality and the fact that she will have to let go of certain things.
Viewers will be aware that Sharon and Linda will soon be involved in a murder together, around the time of Christmas, even though they are still very much enemies as a result of this incident.
Both Sharon and Linda are members of The Six, who may have committed a murder together, according to a flash-forward episode.
By that time, would the two still be friends and support one another through that difficult moment, or will they be ready to call one other names?
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