Ian Beale makes shock demand of Cindy after clash over Bobby in EastEnders | The Sun

IAN Beale makes a shock demand of Cindy after the couple clash over Bobby in EastEnders.

The pair recently returned to Walford – much to the shock of the other residents – and despite only planning to be there temporarily, they have ended up sticking around.

In fact, Ian kicked his mum Kathy and new husband Rocky out of his home so he could settle back in with Cindy, initially inviting sons Bobby and Peter to stay too.

However, this caused friction with Cindy, considering Bobby killed her daughter Lucy when he was a child.

Bobby has since moved in with Sonia, but in upcoming scenes, it's clear he's struggling with the set up.

It prompts Kathy to speak to Ian and implore him to convince Cindy to let Bobby move back to No.45.

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Ian duly follows his mother's advice, but all hell breaks loose when Ian tries to convince Cindy to let Bobby move back to home.

Will she back down to Ian's request?

Earlier this month, members of the EastEnders cast revealed how long Michelle Collins – who plays Cindy – could be around for.

Speaking at the National Television Awards, co-star Colin Salmon – who plays George Knight – told The Sun Online: "I think she will [stick around]. She's loving her daughters and she's loving Peter.

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"There are some lovely stories there. Michelle is great. Lovely having her."

Michelle then confirmed that the matriarch would "absolutely" be part of the plot at least until Christmas.

EastEnders airs on BBC One and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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