EastEnders fans convinced legendary character will 'return from the dead' after spotting giveaway clue | The Sun

EASTENDERS fans are convinced one legendary character will 'return from the dead' after spotting a clue.

Fans of the hit BBC One soap have been left hoping for Arthur "Fatboy" Chubb after he posed with a former co-star for a snap.

Ricky Norwood played the role between 2010 and 2015 when Fatboy was killed off.

Despite fans never actually seeing Fatboy's body, he was murdered under Ronnie Mitchell's scheme.

Vincent Hubbard was the intended target but his mother Claudette knew and had him replaced with Fatboy.

He then met his untimely death by being killed in the back of a car.

But in a picture posted to the show's official social media accounts, it could very well mean Fatboy is coming back from the dead.

Ricky, 36, posed with his former co-star James Bye, 38 as the account said: "Hands up if you missed Fatboy!"

Ricky looked noticeably older as grey roots were on show while he wore a brown t-shirt and black leather jacket.

James was all smiles as he wore a grey jumper while the pair had their arms over each other.

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Commenting underneath the post, fans are hoping for Fatboy to return to Albert Square.

"Can you just bring him back pls," said one fan.

Another posted: "We didn't see the body we need him back."

"Could bring him back didn't see the boy that's the rules lol," said a third.

While a fourth commented: "EastEnders could capitalize on bringing him back using Dot's funeral."

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