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EastEnders viewers were left shocked after Phil Mitchell and Denise Fox’s son Raymond made a surprise return in Friday’s show.
Denise was seen overhearing a conversation between Callum Highway and Honey after Callum attended a road traffic accident.
She realises the family in question are the adoptive parents of the son she gave away, whose favourite toy is a cuddly lion.
Denise is seen reading a letter Raymond’s adoptive parents have sent her, with a photo of him clutching the toy and decides to go to the hospital to see him.
While there, she bumps into Raymond’s adoptive grandmother, who later finds out her son has also died in the crash, meaning both of his adoptive parents were killed in the collision.
Viewers were left emotional at the scenes, tweeting: ‘”Are you family?” “I am, I am” OMG is Denise actually gona try & get Raymond back now’.
Others added: ‘Awww poor Denise This is going to be a big storyline’ and ‘Denise wants her son back don’t she. My heart.’
Some wondered what the repercussions would be from Raymond’s reappearance, given that nobody knows the baby was fathered by Phil.
They commented: ‘OMG this Denise & Raymond story line has me on edge! What will Phil say?!’ and ‘Great episode of #EastEnders I’m looking forward to seeing where this Denise & Raymond storyline will lead. I’m also keen to see Phil’s reaction.’
Viewers are keen to see whether Denise will fight to get the little boy back and whether she will reveal the news to Phil, too.
While some were stunned to see the blast from the past return out of the blue, many were happy to see Denise get a huge storyline to sink her teeth into as the Raymond saga is set to continue.
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