Fans of EastEnders have seen Eve Unwin struggle to cope with facing the person who killed her twin sister.
Actress Heather Peace from EastEnders has indicated that Eve Unwin has a darker side that people haven’t yet seen.
Fans of the BBC soap opera recently watched in disbelief when her date Caz (played by Bryony Afferson) revealed that she was responsible for the murder of Erica, her twin sister, 30 years prior.
Eve sat down with Caz to try to gain some type of closure because it was obvious that she was racked with guilt. However, things took a turn when Caz admitted that she had been intoxicated when she killed her sister.
When Caz was being dragged out of Walford East, Eve lost her cool and burst in wrath since she was unaware that this was the situation.
Eve broke the kitchen in rage while her emotions were still running hot, which led to Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) ejecting her.
However, Eve has a history of losing her anger, as evidenced by the fact that the former solicitor received a three-year prison term for attacking a man.
Actress Heather Peace said to Digital Spy about fans viewing her in a different light: “It was exciting for me to go back and explore that darker side of Eve.
There is a lot more in her background that we could examine, and it’s the reason why her entire world came crashing down.
The situation for Eve appears to be getting worse after her ex-lover Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal) discovers her dozing off on a bench after a night of drinking.
Suki follows Eve to the police station where she provides fresh information on her sister’s case after explaining the revelation regarding her sister.
She learns that the matter is now closed because Caz has completed her sentence, which prevents everything from going as planned.
She rushes to the pub to drown her sorrows after becoming enraged that her sister will not receive any more justice.
Suki resolves to enlist Stacey’s assistance to try to get Eve back on track out of concern for her well-being.
It’s wonderful to watch Suki and Stacey work together to save Eve, and there’s a beautiful relationship between them, said Heather. Both of those connections are my favorites.
On two quite separate levels, they are incredibly priceless. These are her two loves in life—one is a platonic partner, the other is a romantic one.
Can Suki and Stacey stop Eve from taking a dangerous turn? Will her admirers notice a different side of her?