Ian Bill of East Enders proposes to Sharon Watts, who dies in a tragic turn

Ian Bill of East Enders proposes to Sharon Watts, who dies in a tragic turn

Ian Bill (Adam Woodat) of East Enders proposed to turn Sharon Watts (Latia Dean) into a shocker on Tuesday’s episode.

Ian finds out that he had a brain haemorrhage after a mysterious attack by an unknown assailant, and his prognosis is not good.

She discusses karma with her doctor when she says she believes in reincarnation, and the conversation gives her some food for thought.

After previously declaring her unrequited love for him, Sharon was stunned when Ian comforted her on his bed.

Ina tells Sharon that she has always loved him

He said, “All I want is to spend your life.”

“When I told you I love you -“

Clearly uncomfortable, Sharon fell between: “Oh Ian please, we arranged that.”

Ian continued: “I’ve never stopped loving you, I’ve always loved you. I know you don’t feel that way about me, but please, let me take care of you.”

Ian told Sharon he wanted to take care of her in death

“Sharon, will you marry me?”

Sharon stared blankly at Ian, stunned, and he didn’t answer – but she’s unlikely to say yes, especially since many fans think she was the one who attacked him.

Dottie Kotton told Sharon that Ian was responsible for her son Dennis’ death, and while she doesn’t seem to believe him, if she’s gathered more evidence and it’s true, this could be her way to avenge her son. Is.

What would Sharon say?

One viewer tweeted: “I hope Sharon takes some pages out of the Angies book and takes the ions to the scavengers and leaves them to dry.”

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“Even on Ian’s” Death Bed “doesn’t he tell Sharon about Deroni? Instead she tells him to marry her? Mad Man #EastEnders, “Wrote another.

“Phil will better find out about this proposal then give it a mindset on Ian #EastEnders, “Added a third.

* EastEnders airs on Mondays and Fridays at 8pm and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One


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