Another familiar face is set to return to ‘EastEnders’ later this year, as Libby Fox will be making a brief comeback.
The character - played by Belinda Owusu - made her last appearance in Walford back in May 2014, when she returned for Lucy Beale’s funeral.
Now, actress Belinda is reprising her role for two episodes that will be screened later this year.
There's no word yet on what her return storyline will entail, however.
The star has shared her excitement ahead of filming, stating: "It's great to be back again! I'm always excited to see how Libby has grown and be back with the Fox family!"
Belinda first appeared in ‘EastEnders’ back in 2006, when she moved to the Square with her mum Denise and sister Chelsea.
She had a number of huge storylines, and was in a long-term relationship with Darren Miller when she left to go to Oxford University in 2010.
The Fox family has undergone some changes recently, and Kim and her baby are now a permanent fixture, along with Richard Blackwood’s character Vincent.
There have been a number of new arrivals recently, including Bonnie Langford - who is playing Kush’s mum - and Les and Pam’s grandson Paul Coker.
Dean Gaffney is also set to return as Robbie Jackson.