Casualty’s Fenisha and Ethan reunion ‘sealed’ as baby secret is finally unveiled

Casualty 's Fenisha Khatri and Ethan Hardy might share a "future romance" as odds have revealed they could get together by the end of the year.

Fenisha, played by Olivia D'Lima, is currently pregnant with Ethan's (George Rainsford) child.

After discovering she was expecting a baby, paramedic Fenisha's secret was unveiled to Ethan.

Fenisha wanted a termination at first, but then realised she wanted to keep her baby, but Ethan still believes she had the abortion.

It looks like a romance between the co-workers could be on the cards as Ladbrokes have revealed that the odds of Fenisha and Evan getting together this year are at 10/11.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "It's looking increasingly likely Fenisha and Ethan will get together before the year is out – especially with a baby on the way."

Viewers are also keep for the characters to get together, with many sharing their thoughts on Twitter.

One said: "I hope Ethan and Fenisha get together they'd make a cute couple and amazing parents #Casualty."

While another wrote: "Ethan and Fenisha have way more chemistry than she has with Will #Casualty."

"I am still hoping Ethan and Fenisha will get together," added a third.

Last month the BBC confirmed that Casualty would have some time off air, with filming reportedly suspended until this month.

It's not been confirmed yet whether filming has begun, but spin-off Holby City has started production on set once again.

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BBC Studios' head of continuing drama Kate Oates said: "It's with great pleasure that we open the doors at Elstree to welcome back the exceptional cast and crew of Holby City.

"We have some gripping stories to tell as we explore how the lives of our characters have been irrevocably changed since the start of the pandemic – and how our heroes battle against the odds, come what may."

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