what happened to ronnie in eastenders | what happened to charlie cotton eastenders
RONNIE and Roxy Mitchell have died in gruesome circumstances in EastEnders. The sisters both drowned hours after Ronnie married Jack Branning on New Year’s Day. … It’ll be the Mitchell sisters and the Branning brothers in the same hotel on the same night,” cackled Ronnie.
The tense storyline twist saw Charlie return in an attempt to threaten his wife Ronnie (Samantha Womack), warning that he would reveal she is a murderer if she didn’t hand Matthew over to him.
Ronnie appeared to crumble under the pressure of Charlie’s demands, but she wasn’t down on her luck for long. Bouncing back in true Mitchell style, Ronnie teamed up with her old flame Vincent Hubbard (Richard Blackwood) to turn the tables on her estranged husband.
Viewers weren’t shown what happened to Charlie after the pair confronted him at Dot’s house, but the signs weren’t looking too good when his wallet was found abandoned in a bin out on the street.
Could Ronnie and Vincent have resorted to murder to deal with Charlie once and for all, or did they simply scare him off? It looks like fans will be kept guessing for a while, but there are sure to be more clues tomorrow as Roxy’s questions continue to put Ronnie under pressure.
Declan Bennett’s departure from the role of Charlie was exclusively revealed by Digital Spy in July. Charlie has been appearing on screen since early 2014, when he was introduced as the grandson that Dot Branning never knew existed.
EastEnders continues on Friday (September 25) at 8pm on BBC One.