‘EastEnders’ viewers will know that the residents of Albert Square have been fussing over the creation of a nude calendar lately, and now, the finished item is set to go on sale for BBC Children In Need.
A number of the show’s characters posed for the racy shoot - which brought some much-needed fun to Walford - and fans can now snap up their very own calendar online.
The show's Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins has explained the reasons for the calendar's release, stating: "When we developed our calendar storyline featuring so many of Albert Square's residents as viewers have never seen them before, it seemed such a shame not to share the fun with our audience.
"It's been a long time since 'EastEnders' released a calendar - and this is the perfect opportunity for 'EastEnders' fans to get hold of something a little bit special while raising money for such a worthwhile cause."
The 2015 calendar costs £10, with £5 of each purchase going to the charity.
The item description reads: “The cast and crew of EastEnders and BBC Children in Need have got together to bring you this fantastic calendar showing the characters as they have never been seen before.
“This collectable item will bring the residents of Albert Square into your homes to add a touch of the East End to 2015.”
‘EastEnders’ has a long history of working with BBC Children In Need and Friday night’s (14 November) telethon will include a special sketch where Ian Beale is visited by the ghosts of his past.
One Direction will also be putting in an appearance in Walford, performing a new track ‘Night Changes’.
You can buy the ‘EastEnders’ 2015 Calendar here.