Bobby Brazier, the son of Jade Goody, will make an appearance at Albert Square.
The 19-year-old model has been cast in an episode of Eastenders, and she will make her debut in the BBC serial opera this fall.
In the well-known soap opera, Bobby will portray Little Mo Slater’s son, who was last seen in Walford 15 years ago.
In response to getting the part, Bobby expressed his gratitude and excitement about joining the group.
He stated: “I’m very appreciative. So far, I’ve enjoyed every second of Freddie. I’m thrilled to be joining the EastEnders cast; thus far, everything has gone perfectly.
“Everyone has been very lovely to me and has made adjusting here more simpler than I could have imagined. It has always been a goal of mine to enter the acting field, so getting the chance to do it with EastEnders as a Slater is wonderful.
“I’m incredibly appreciative. Freddie is wonderful, and I can’t wait to see what Walford has in store for him.”
Executive Producer Chris Clenshaw continued, “Freddie Slater is a troubled 18-year-old with a tender soul.
“a young man of the current age who is spiritually attuned. He is welcoming and philosophic, but he is also mischievous and prone to error.
“I can’t wait for viewers to get to know Bobby, who is a wonderful new youthful addition to the EastEnders cast and who gives heart and humility to the role of Freddie Slater.
When Jade Goody tragically passed away from cervical cancer in 2009 at the age of 27, Bobby was just five years old.
He is Jeff Brazier’s ex-wife Jade’s oldest child.