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After Rose Ayling-Ellis' departure scenes were broadcast on Thursday (September 22), EastEnders has released a message from her.
Frankie, her character from the soap, walked out of Albert Square in bittersweet scenes as she left for Scotland to pursue a new job.
Rose has sent her final words of goodbye via her Twitter feed, saying, "Hello, my last day today. "
The video then switches to her receiving an Albert Square plaque as her cast and crew cheer her on.
Frankie Lewis and the lovely @RoseAylingEllis are our last goodbyes tonight! Walford will not be the same without you. #EastEnders pic.twitter.com/nIhUtX2Cie
The most important thing I'll miss is the Carters. We've become so close, said the mother.
The actress then addressed the fans for their loyalty and support for her character.
Without you fans, the program would not be made, and Frankie would not even be born.
She claims that her plaque will definitely stay with her for the rest of her life.
Im going to miss everyone here. And I want to say the most sincere thanks to everyone who supports and works hard. Bye-bye for now, and Ill see you later! She closes her message with a big flying kiss for the camera.
Frankie didnt leave without getting to be a part of her own sweet twist at the end, as is similar to EastEnders.
Frankie decided to make the journey to Scotland on her own and told the Carters about it, and she was rewarded with a lot of love and support from them.
Mick aided her in putting on her backpack, she noticed that it had her name stamped as Frankie Carter, which sparked a very upsetting moment as she told him, I haven't made it official, but it just felt right.
Fans will not have to wait to see Rose again on their television screens for a long time, as she is currently working on a comedy series.
EastEnders airs on BBC One Mondays-Thursdays at 7.30pm. The program is also available on BBC iPlayer.
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