EastEnders Fi Browning to LEAVE the Square for good in James Willmott Brown twist


by A Jakes |
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Once upon a time, EastEnders consisted of Walford residents arguing about the price of carrots, Ian Beale being a weird crush of ours, whilst also being annoyingly snivilling and Denise Fox once ate chicken out of a bin, she was so poor.

Now 'Enders has eaten some of those blue smarties (we all know the horror when your eldest chomps on blue smarties and is then hyper for 3930203 years ish) and things have gone completely MAD.

In the last few weeks, there have been shootings, gas explosions, ambulance crashes, brain tumour fakin' and now, 'Enders baddie James Willmott Brown is back and wants control of the entire Square.


What is going to happen? No one is quite sure. However, what we do know is that Fi Brown is leaving the Square for good.

Read more: EastEnders movers: Your definitive guide to who's leaving, arriving and returning to Albert Square

Fi Brown has been secretly working for Weyland & Co, the company owned by her father, which plans to take over the businesses of the entire Square.

Actress Lisa Faulkner confirmed Fi's departure from the BBC1 soap and told the Radio Times, '‘We were always clear that there would be a beginning, middle and end – Fi was coming in to do a job. She was never going to be a new regular living on the Square and I have absolutely loved it.

‘I’m really pleased the secret about Willmott-Brown is now finally out, because it’s been so huge and I’ve not been able to tell anybody! It’s been the best fun to play – I have to say I’ve loved every single minute of it, I really have.’

But how will Fi leave the soap? Now, we can't tell you everything can we!

The best is yet to come.

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