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EastEnders' Nancy Carter star Maddy quits soap just one year after reprising role

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EastEnders actress Maddy Hill has announced that she will be leaving Walford after returning to the BBC soap last year.The soap star who is known for playing Nancy Carter, the daughter of Linda (Kellie Bright) and Mick Carter (Danny Dyer.)Maddy said that she 'already misses' her co-stars and is 'grateful' to have worked with them.READ MORE:EastEnders' Jessie Wallace slapped with warning by bosses after drunken arrestMaddy said: “It’s been great revisiting Nancy and the Square over the past year but it felt like the right time to move on for now."I already miss everyone and feel so grateful to work with people I have so much love for.”An EastEnders spokesperson went on to add that they 'wish Maddy all the very best for the future'.Maddy Hill joined the cast of the BBC One soap as Nancy Carter back in 2014.Over the past eight years, the character has been part of some gripping storylines.

Speaking about joining EastEnders at the time, the 32-year-old actress said: "I feel incredibly privileged to have been given such an amazing opportunity and I can't wait to start work with such a talented cohort of actors."In 2016 It was announced that Maddy Hill would be leaving the show alongside Tamwar Masood (Himesh Patel.)She reprised her role after 5 years and returned on 13 April 2021.Speaking about her 2021 return to EastEnders, the TV personality has said she couldn’t wait to film with her old castmates."I’m so excited to be coming back and reconnecting with all the hilarious, warm, talented cast and crew and meeting some lovely new faces," she said."I absolutely loved playing Nancy and have often wondered what she's up to, so feel very grateful to be able to rediscover her five years on."Nancy's exit from the soap will of.

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