EastEnders fans predict Linda Carter and Max Branning romance in ‘affair’ plot
EastEnders fans are predicting a potential romance between Linda Carter and Max Branning as they're convinced they'll have an "affair".
It was revealed that Linda had been having regular Zoom chats with several of Walford's finest in lockdown, including Max.
Max confirmed this when he claimed baby Abi loved her Zoom playdates with Ollie.
During a scene where the pair were chatting in the launderette, viewers were certain there was a potential spark between them.
One said: "Max and Linda are so gonna have an affair."
While another wrote: "Max and Linda seem to be getting quite close. Wonder if something is going to happen there."
A third added: "Max and Linda's friendship could be so great, so of course they're going to spoil it by the end of the week."
Others didn't want their friendship to flourish into romance, as one penned: "Max and Linda's friendship is extremely adorable so please don't ruin it by making them kiss one day."
"Max and Linda's friendship is so iconic," tweeted another.
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