Cindy Beale (Michelle Collins) hits George Knight (Colin Salmon) right where it hurts in EastEnders soon.
The two characters were in a relationship when Cindy was living undercover as Rose Knight. During Cindy’s return to Walford, we discovered that she walked out on the Knight family shortly after Lucy Beale’s murder and couldn’t return because of safety reasons.
Hopes for a reunion are firmly out of the door given George is in a relationship with Elaine (Harriet Thorpe) now, but cunning and manipulative Cindy is very aware her ex-husband still has feelings for her.
Coming up, the Knights are excited when George reveals that he’s got a buyer for the bar in Marbella.
Meanwhile, following her row with the Panesars, Cindy hits up Phil (Steve McFadden) for the investment money and almost succeeds. The plan only fails because of Ian (Adam Woodyatt), who refuses to take cash from Phil.
Later, Cindy gets distracted when Peter (Thomas Law) shares his pain over being dismissed by Anna (Molly Rainford) and Gina (Francesca Henry). She goes to the pub to try and talk to them and ends up having a heart-to-heart with Gina.
The interaction is spotted by Anna, who tells Cindy that George has a buyer for the bar.
Cindy then interrupts George and Elaine, announcing that she’s come to stake her claim because half of the bar belongs to her.
Determined to keep things civil, George invites her and Ian to dinner to talk over the issue.
As the evening gets underway, tensions are high and when Cindy gets George alone, she turns on her manipulative streak, but will she get what she wants?
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