EastEnders’ Lee Carter set for surprise return to help struggling parents Mick and Linda

EastEnders’ Lee Carter set for surprise return to help struggling parents Mick and Linda

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EASTENDERS character Lee Carter is making a comeback on the show as his parents Mick and Linda struggle to keep it together.

Actor Danny-Boy Hatchard left the soap three years ago when his character was seen heading to Dover following the breakdown of his marriage to Whitney.

Danny-Boy Hatchard’s character Lee Carter is returning to the soap
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He will now return just in time to help his parents who have had a hard time since Mick’s stint in prison.

Danny-Boy told The Mirror: “The way things are going with the Carters at the minute, it makes total sense that Lee would return, even for a short stint.

“I will always be loyal to the Carter Clan and the show, and am very excited to be back on set with some immensely talented people whom I love dearly.”

His on-screen dad Mick ( Danny Dyer) is currently suffering panic attacks after being in prison, but he is keeping it secret from Linda.

He played Lee on the show from 2014- 2019
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He fled to Dover after the breakdown of his marriage to Whitney
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The couple are also trying to deal with the fact their son Ollie might have autism and Linda has been hitting the bottle.

When Danny-Boy left the soap he moaned that then producer Sean O’Connor hadn’t done enough with his exit.

He said: “I was disappointed how my character left with the mental health story.

Danny will help his parents Mick and Linda
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“He could have left with something similar but with a little more attention to detail. I feel it got a little brushed off a bit.”

Of Sean’s decision, he said: “I had to respect that, just in terms of how my storyline came to an end. That is just the way it is.”

Danny-Boy had played the troubled former Army man since 2014.


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