Cheryl Fergison has admitted she’s keen to return to EastEnders, despite her character Heather Trott being killed off.
The actress, 54, took to Instagram over the weekend to talk about a possible return, and even suggested a storyline that could bring her back to the BBC soap.
Ben Mitchell murdered Heather in 2012 when he tried to rob her and use the money to flee Walford, with the yob later serving four years in prison for the crime after pleading guilty to manslaughter.
But Cheryl reckons she could see Albert Square once again if bosses wrote her back into the soap as Heather’s long lost twin.
She wrote: “Ok so I’ve had lots of people asking if I could go back to @bbceastenders as Hev’s long lost twin…
“So writers there’s a challenge and actually there is a storyline that could defo make that possible…”
Cheryl suggested that Hev’s twin could have been sold at birth by ex EastEnders villain Aunt Babe, who ran a baby farming business.
She also suggested that Hev’s “wicked” mum could have been involved somehow.
Cheryl continued: “Remember Hev’s mum (she was a wicked one) and Aunt Babe’s terrible past story of selling babies!!”
The brunette then asked her 7,800 Instagram followers to petition EastEnders bosses to bring her back.
She added: “If you would like to see this epic come back let @bbceastenders know…”
Heather was known for her close friendship with Shirley Carter (Linda Henry), who is still in the show.