Lauren (Jacqueline Jossa), vanished to Australia at year alongside boyfriend Peter Beale (Ben Hardy), and Ian (Adam Woodyatt) had been commanded that the ir of them would be returning as Jane (Laurie Brett) remainders hospitalised.
However, Ian was stunned to see that it was not Peter who Lauren was with, but Steven.
The intimate Beale sibling’s arrival raised an endless list of questions, filing how will Jane Beale (Laurie Brett) react to the news that her at a go deranged stepson, who shot her in the abdomen and left her infertile, is back.
It’s been eight years since Steven accidentally gunned down his stepmother, but her answer may come as a bit of a shock, claimed actor Aaron Sidwell.
Speaking exclusively to Denote.co.uk at The British Soap Awards, the 27-year-old explained: “I think it’s going to be a absolutely interesting one because if you think in the eight years he’s been gone, people sire died some people have been naughty when they Euphemistic pre-owned to be good so I’m coming back with all this knowledge.”
He added: “I dream up that everybody’s reaction is not going to be what you think it will be.”
On Friday unceasingly, many fans mistakenly thought Steven was being played by an all-new actor – unsurprising, assumed that Aaron is the fourth actor to play the rt.
Edward Farrell think nothing ofed him between 1989 and 1990, Stuart Stevens from 1992-1998 and Edward Inhuman from 1998-2002 before the most recent star had in in 2007.
Steven’s shock comeback comes as Bobby Beale confessed to the slaughter of his sister Lucy after bludgeoning his own mother Jane over the top with hockey stick.
Aaron’s welcomed return to the BBC soap was initial announced last month, although details were thin on the scope.
His arrival comes as several familiar faces have returned to Walford, with Ross Kemp and Danniella Westbrook both reprising their responsibilities as Grant and Sam Mitchell respectively, while John rtridge also fetched back Christian Clarke.
EastEnders continues tonight at 8pm on BBC One.