EastEnders fans believe that show legend will buy the Queen Vic pub in major twist

EastEnders,07-09-2022,6552,Linda Carter (KELLIE BRIGHT);Sharon Watts (LETITIA DEAN),***EMBARGOED TILL TUESDAY 30TH AUGUST 2022***, BBC, Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron

WHILE Linda Carter sits in despair as she grieves for Mick, Eastenders fans have revealed a theory that could be a plausible solution to all Linda’s problems.

Following Mick Carter’s tragic death in December last year and Janine in prison awaiting trial, Linda is tasked with figuring out the future of the Queen Vic pub.

Linda and Sharon in happier times

She appears adamant that the constant reminders of Mick makes it impossible for her to keep the pub but fans have found a solution – Sharon Watts.

Fans of the BBC soap think Sharon, who is Linda’s best pal, should co-run the pub as not only does she have the experience, but she’s been a pillar of support for Linda.

One fan said: “Linda should run the pub with Sharon as she can’t sell the pub without Mick’s permission”

Another added: “Sharon: She isn’t thinking straight. PREACH IT SHARON!!!!! You need to run the Vic with Linda.!”

And a third added: “I really hope Sharon runs the Vic with Linda. She has been there for Linda in her darkest times, she’s an auntie to Linda’s children & she cares so much for Linda and her family. She’s the only acceptable offer for me <3.”

Mick has been lost at sea since Christmas Day when he tried to save Linda and Janine Butcher from drowning.

And although Mick married Janine, it seems Linda has now been left with the hard decision of whether to keep the pub or not.

Linda revealed to Alfie that she didn’t feel able to sell the pub without Mick’s permission.

But Sharon is more than equipped as she spent her childhood growing up in the Queen Vic, under the ownership of her parents Den and Ange Watts.

Viewers saw Linda in pieces after learning Mick was lost at sea after he tried to save her from drowning

Sharon and Linda have been best friends for many years

Throwback: Den, Ange and Sharon Watts at the Queen Vic

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