EastEnders fans predict tragic Jean Slater death as she foreshadows beginning of the end


EASTENDERS fans have been left worried that show bosses have foreshadowed a sad ending for Jean Slater as she hinted she wanted things to “go quiet”.

Jean (Gillian Wright) has had an awful year after being diagnosed with cancer.

Jean admitted she was ready for things to ‘go quiet’

Jean (Gillian Wright) has had an awful year after being diagnosed with cancer.

The Slater matriarch is now facing losing her home after the Panesar brothers revealed they were buying daughter Kat Slater’s house, and she is also finding it hard to cope with the death of Daniel, whom she met while receiving treatment.

Daniel, as viewers know however, is not dead and has been secretly watching Jean – which Kush has become aware of.

But on last night’s episode, Jean told Kush Kazemi: “I just want to close my eyes and for everything to go quiet.

“It feels like the beginning of the end.”

One viewer commented on the heartbreaking scenes: “Jean talking about it being the beginning of the end, dont let that be foreshadowing.”

Another added: “Awww Jean dont say that, it cant be the end, we arent ready to say goodbye.”

Soap star Gillian has previously spoken out about playing Jean’s cancer storyline and revealed its made her better at living in the moment.

Gillians character Jean was diagnosed with ovarian cancer earlier this year, and viewers have watched the cleaner undergo gruelling surgery and chemotherapy.

Jean has become close to Kush

But the Slaters may be about to lose their home

Its not known how Jeans battle with cancer will end in EastEnders.

EastEnders producer Kate Oates said: “I know an actor of Gillians (Wright) calibre will approach the story with great truth and depth.

“The Slaters are an amazing ensemble family and this story is a completely fresh subject for them to tackle.

“I know they will do it justice and raise awareness of such an important issue that affects so many people.”

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