EastEnders actresses Tilly Keeper and Jessica Plummer swap Walford for Milan at MFW

Now that Milan Fashion Week has kicked off, all eyes are on the front row. In fact, some familiar faces have been spotted in the midst of the celebs and influencers, including a few from Albert Square.

The third day of Milan Fashion Week began with the Tod's show, whereEastendersalumniTilly Keepercould be seen sitting on the front row. The actress is known for her role as Louse Mitchell on the BBC soap from 2016until her exit in 2020and more recently as Lady Phoebe an aristocratic socialite who becomes caught up in Joe Goldberg's (Penn Badgley) twisted schemes in season 4 of Netflix show You.

Tilly sported a tonal ensemble, with a matching shirt and long skirt in various shades of brown, paired with beige mules. Her make up was kept simple and natural and she wore her blonde tresses down in loose waves.

Jessica Plummerwas another EastEnders star swapping the screen for the front row. Jessica was known for her role as Chantelle Atkins who was murdered as part of the soap’s harrowing domestic abuse storyline.

Seen at the Emporio Armani fashion show, Jessica cut a stylish figure in a form-fitting, scoop neck dress that went all the way down to her ankles. She paired this understated outfit with a sequin bag and black and silver heels. The actress wore her hair in bouncy curls that complimented the elegant look.

Elsewhere, EastEnders viewers have beenteased with a huge storylinethat will be the main focus of the popular BBC soap for a large part of 2023 as the show airs first flash forward scenes nearly a year in advance.

In a show first, soap fans were shownChristmas2023 flash forward scenes of six of Walford’s key characters, Denise (Diane Parish), Kathy (Gillian Taylforth), Linda (Kellie Bright), Sharon (Letitia Dean), Stacey (Lacey Turner) and Suki (Balvinder Sopal) faced with a dead body. What is not revealed is whose body it is and what has happened to them.

EastEnders executive producer Chris Clenshaw revealed that the flashforward has been in the pipeline since late last year after he’d been looking for a “blockbuster story”.

“There was clearly an appetite for a ‘whodunnit’,” he said. “But I was reluctant to play a ‘whodunnit’ in the traditional form, largely due to the spectacularly brilliant ‘Who Killed Lucy’ storyline, that was not just hugely successful but also incredibly gripping throughout.”

Chris went on: “I therefore tasked the writing and story team that if we were to do another ‘whodunnit’ it would have to be different, have to feel different, and have to have a very different mechanic at its core.

“A couple of our writers and story team took that brief on board and came back with the idea of flashing forward and, in doing so, we’re promising a ‘whodunnit’ is coming in the future. We developed the idea and thought it would be even more exciting if we didn’t reveal who the victim is – becoming so much more than a ‘whodunnit’… It’s a ‘who-is-it’ as well.”


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