EastEnders fans spot clue that Fatboy is alive


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EastEnders fans are convinced that Arthur “Fatboy” Chubb is still alive after spotting a clue in a recent episode.

Following Tuesday’s (December 13) episode, which saw the Square attend Dot Cotton’s funeral, eagle-eyed viewers are speculating about Fatboy’s fate after they saw a message in a condolence card read by Dot’s great-nephew Reiss Colwell.

The message read: “Mrs B – Forever in my heart. Arthur x.”

eastenders' fatboy card

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Considering that Fatboy’s real name is Arthur and he used to refer to Dot as Mrs B, the message has certainly caused fans to speculate, with several taking to Twitter to question whether or not the character is alive.

One person tweeted: “The card that Reiss was holding at Sonias said ‘Mrs B’ from ‘Arthur’ does that mean that fatboy is alive????”

“Omg the card it’s from Arthur “fatboy” Chubb ! He is alive!” another added.

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Played by Ricky Norwood, Fatboy first appeared in Walford in 2010 and quickly formed a close bond with Dot, adding more weight to the theory.

ricky norwood as fatboy in eastenders

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He appeared on the show for five years until he was seemingly killed off in a grisly car crush. Ronnie Mitchell had initially planned for her husband Vincent Hubbard to be murdered in the car, however a mix-up led to Fatboy ending up in the car instead.

Norwood had previously teased a potential comeback to the soap a couple of years ago, telling OK! Magazine that he would love to return: “Anything is possible. EastEnders is such a big machine, they’re going in 100 different directions right now.

“They know my number, I’m still a friend of the family there. There ain’t no hate, there ain’t no animosity.”

EastEnders airs on Mondays – Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.

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