As Gray abuse is revealed, EastEnders’ Ricky Butcher returns to support Whitney Dean.


As Gray abuse is revealed, EastEnders’ Ricky Butcher returns to support Whitney Dean.

When Gray Atkins’ abuse is discovered, EASTENDERS resident Ricky Butcher could make a surprise appearance in Walford to support step-daughter Whitney Dean.

Gray Atkins’ (Toby Alexander Smith) abuse of late wife Chantelle (Jessica Plummer) and his role in Tina Carter’s (Luisa Bradshaw White) death are now unknown to Whitney Dean (played by Shona McGarty). But, given the likelihood that Gray’s abuse will be exposed shortly, may Ricky Butcher (Sid Owen) return to the Square to assist his step-daughter?

Ricky was shown as a father figure to long-running character Whitney, who has been becoming closer to Gray in recent episodes.

Whitney was adamant about supporting and assisting Gray in the aftermath of his wife’s death, despite not knowing the truth about how she died.

Following her stalker Leo King’s trial, Whitney believed she owed Gray everything because he was also her lawyer (Tom Wells).

To keep Whitney under his control, Gray informed her that he thought there was something between them and that she would be his next victim, but she declined.

Gray killed Whitney’s love rival, Kush Kazemi (Davood Ghadami), when she sought to move on with him. As a result, Ray and Whitney are both grieving, and future episodes will be set up to address this.

Could the market trader’s mistreatment come to light as he comes closer to Gray once more?

Whitney had previously been abused, and her mother Bianca (Patsy Palmer) and stepfather Ricky were there to assist her.

Could Janine Butcher (Charlie Brookes) inform Ricky about Whitney’s trauma and lure him back to Walford now that she’s back on the EastEnders set?

Sid told Louise Minchin and Jon Kay on BBC Breakfast on Monday morning that he would be open to returning.

“Do you still have fond recollections of EastEnders?” Louise had inquired.

“Of course, I mean, it’s my life,” Sid replied. It’s an important part of my life, and thanks to EastEnders, I’m able to do other things like MasterChef and live a comfortable existence.” “Do people still call Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricky Louise inquired, and the actor said, “Every day.” It doesn’t go away, and I don’t think it ever will.”

“Would you consider doing it again?” Jon enquired further.

“Always, it’s one of those shows, it’s iconic,” Sid said. “Brinkwire Summary News” if they do.”


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