Spoilers: Is Ian Beale leaving in EastEnders and does he die?

Ian Beale’s (Adam Woodyatt) health is deteriorating rapidly in EastEnders as Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) continues to poison him.

It was confirmed last year that Adam Woodyatt exiting EastEnders, and with his exit looming, we’re here to give you a quick run down on what we know so far about Ian’s final scenes, and whether he dies…

While Adam is departing from the show, it’s important to note that his exit is only temporary and is said to be away from the show for about ten weeks. Ian Beale will be back, so we can safely answer ‘no’ to the question of whether he will die.

However, what we don’t know is just how Ian’s last few scenes will play out. Spoilers for next week show Kathy (Gillian Taylforth) worried that her son has died as no one can contact him, but given how determined Sharon is to destroy Ian, could she have done something to him?

Sharon discovered Ian played a key role in the moments leading up to Dennis’ (Bleu Landau) death on the boat last year. Ever since she learnt that Ian locked Dennis in a room on the boat, trapping him in as the boat crashed, Sharon has stopped at nothing to see an end to her oldest friend, lacing his food and drink with poison at any given opportunity.

After Sharon told Ian she’s making a special dinner to consummate their marriage in yesterday’s episode, Phil (Steve McFadden) arrived, telling Sharon he will be there for her.

Coming up tonight, it’s judgement day for Ian as Sharon finally puts the finishing touches to her revenge plan and indulges her husband in an especially deadly dinner.

Next week, suspicions continue to rise as Kathy worries about Ian going missing, but Sharon continues to hide her true feelings about him, leading us to question whether she will have anything to do with Ian’s disappearance.

Will Sharon be holding Ian hostage as part of a dark and shocking twist to her revenge plan?

Or perhaps, given Max’s (Jake Wood) suspicions that Sharon has done something, Ian will manage to escape just in time?

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