EastEnders have released another teaser for the upcoming The Six storyline, and this time Sharon Watts is the focus.
With Christmas just a month away, EastEnders have put Sharon at the focus of The Six storyline, leading fans to speculate who the dead body belongs to that had been previously teased in a flash-forward in February.
In the latest trailer, the focus is on Letitia Dean's Sharon, who is seen standing in The Vic holding a bouquet whilst in a wedding dress.
The 36 second long clip sees Sharon looking scared before throwing the bouquet in the air.
The clip then goes back to Sharon before showing the images of the other women – Kathy Beale, Suki Panesar, Denise Fox, Linda Carter – and then returning to Sharon.
You can watch the trailer below.
It could be possible that the events take place on Sharon's wedding day. As per spoilers for next week's EastEnders, Sharon asks Keanu to propose to her again so she can accept and, soon after, they're preparing to celebrate their engagement at The Vic.
Sharon has been having a difficult time recently on EastEnders, with her son Albie being at the centre of a kidnap plot.
While Sharon believes someone has kidnapped her son and is asking for a ransom, viewers are well aware that it is Keanu who fakes a ransom note after staging the kidnapping of their son.
Executive producer Chris Clenshaw has teased what is to come of Sharon and Keanu this winter.
Speaking to RadioTimes.com, Clenshaw said: "They're in a very different place. They're not having an affair, everything's quite honest - well, apart from Keanu’s plans - but I don't think they necessarily have as much in common as they would like to have in common.
"I think that they're very much attracted to each other, but I think when you kind of break that open, I'm not sure that they are soulmates.
"I think that [the fact] he's planned to stage Albie's abduction kind of shows his immaturity as well, and perhaps why Sharon and Keanu aren't necessarily destined to be together."
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EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7:30pm on BBC One and from 6am on BBC iPlayer.
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