“I shall miss you and I shall always love you as I know you love me. So, goodbye my dearest girl, your loving grandma, Dot,” she added.

But fans jumped to the conclusion this was a final goodbye from the EastEnders legend. 

One wrote: “I get nervous whenever Dot goes on one of her sabbaticals. #EastEnders.”

“Dot will probably die when she’s in Ireland visiting Charlie. Her goodbye sounded so final. #Eastenders,” a second shared.

A third tweeted: “I think Dot’s departure tonight was very final hope this isn’t the end of her. She deserves so much more than that exit #EastEnders.”

EastEnders continues Friday on BBC One at 8pm.


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