EastEnders spoilers: Shock proposal rocks Albert Square

Could shock EastEnders proposal from key Lucy Beale murder suspect mean more than we might think?

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by Kayleigh Dray |
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WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD

It's official; on Christmas Eve, Jane Beale (Laurie Brett) is going to decide to give her ex Ian (Adam Woodyatt) another chance.

Not only that, but she's going to PROPOSE to her ex-husband - through the medium of song.

Yup, joining the likes of Billy, Carol and Pam, Ian is set to perform for the Walford Community Choir out on Albert Square.

However, as the choir sing their hearts out, Ian (Adam Woodyatt) is taken aback when Jane gets up on stage and starts singing ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’.

Jane - who has been pipped by bookies to be Lucy Beale's killer - then gets down on one knee and asks Ian to marry her…

…but how will he respond? And does this mean, as some have suggested, that Jane is the one who killed Lucy?

Via BBC One
Via BBC One

Whatever happens, we already know that this Christmas won't be a happy one for the Beales, as they are set to be rocked by an unwelcome discovery on the 25th December.

When Cindy (Mimi Keene) spots a suspicious present at home that has been addressed to Beth, she decides to open it and is horrified to find an eerie gift inside.

The discovery leads to a sombre atmosphere among the Beales as they try to figure out who on earth would put such a strange present under the tree and why.

With Lucy's killer still on the loose, is someone playing with the Beales' emotions? Could an angry Peter (Ben Hardy) be lashing out at his father?

Or could the gift be a warning, from someone who believes that one of the Beales is Lucy's killer?

We guess we'll just have to wait and see - roll on Christmas!

EastEnders airs these scenes during Christmas week on BBC One.

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