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Cindy and George grow closer after Anna is mugged in EastEnders

What will this mean for Ian?


When Cindy hears from Ian that Anna has been mugged, she's horrified and things get worse when Kathy blames her for being a bad mum.

Rushing to The Vic with Jack, they try and get Anna to make a statement, but she refuses despite Cindy and George’s pleas.

Later, when Ian tries to apologise to her for Kathy’s earlier rudeness, Cindy makes it clear he’s not a priority to her and she and George both head to the Boxing Den to check the CCTV footage.

At No.55, as they talk about how to help Anna, Cindy tries to get closer to George, but when Anna arrives to talk to her dad, she is shocked to find him drinking with Cindy.

When Anna leaves, Cindy renews her attempts to reel George in, but he shows her out, as Junior watches from the shadows.

On a mission to get George back, Cindy engineers a family dinner and movie night with their girls with Elaine offering The Vic flat living room to Anna for the occasion.

Whilst George makes dinner, Cindy and Ian have a row, and later, when she arrives dressed to the nines, Ian waits at home with a surprise romantic dinner he’s cooked for her.

Meanwhile, when Junior gets bad news about his business deal George eventually offers to become a silent partner on the project. Reluctantly, Junior agrees to think about it.

Later, Junior faces an uncertain future, so he agrees to George’s investment proposal.

EastEnders continues Mondays to Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One with first look episodes available from 6am on BBC iPlayer


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