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The murderer was revealed as Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) during a live episode titled “EastEnders Live”, broadcast on 19 February 2010, the show’s 25th anniversary. Turner was told thirty minutes before the broadcast that Stacey was the killer, and actors rehearsed several possible endings.
Archibald “Archie” Mitchell is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Larry Lamb….
|Last appearance||Episode 3920 28 December 2009 (appearance) Episode 4036 19 July 2010 (video voiceover)|
|Created by||Dominic Treadwell-Collins|
Stacey Slater has made a sad exit from EastEnders as she went down for a crime she didn’t commit. Cast member Lacey Turner recently went on maternity leave from the BBC One soap to spend some precious time with her newborn son Trilby Fox.
The surprise baby of the Fowler clan (Pauline was in her forties when she conceived him) and the first tot to be born in EastEnders. After shacking up, splitting up and then giving it another go with Sonia, Martin is back to stay in Walford. He is now happily married to Stacey.
At first Martin believed he was the biological father of Stacey’s son Arthur. However it was revealed Arthur’s biological father is Kush, Martin’s best friend. In 2017, Stacey gave birth to baby Hope, who is Martin’s daughter.
Ruby Allen in EastEnders: Is she pregnant with Martin Fowler’s baby? A few months ago, Ruby told Martin she wanted a baby but he was against the idea, as he is already a father to four. Ruby ended up telling Martin she was pregnant, when she wasn’t.
Ruby had been lying to Martin and pretending she was pregnant to try to keep him from leaving her, but she realised afterwards that she actually was pregnant after all. But Ruby suffered a miscarriage after falling down the stairs during a row with her nemesis Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) and tragically lost the baby.
EastEnders spoilers follow. Ruby (Louisa Lytton) was left devastated after she lost her baby earlier in the year, and went on to discover that she had endometriosis – which could affect her fertility.
EastEnders star Louisa Lytton recently announced her pregnancy, and while it was an exciting time for her, she was also filming very tough scenes on the soap. Her character Ruby will tragically suffer a second miscarriage next week after her recent endometriosis diagnosis.