The EastEnders relationship between Christian and Syed is about to come to an end once and for all, as they are set to leave Albert Square.
Christian and Syed, played by actors Marc Elliot and John Partridge, are set to leave Walford later this year, it's now been revealed.
Digital Spy have reported that Marc, 32, said that he wanted to leave the popular soap opera back in February, but it's not yet been revealed about how exactly the characters will make their exit. It'll be very dramatic and over-the-top no doubt - very Albert Square-esque!
Speaking about the characters exit, producer Lorraine Newman said: "Marc and John have been a fantastic part of EastEnders and the characters of Syed and Christian have been a huge success for the show. Their storylines have broken boundaries that have not been seen in a soap before and the love for them by the viewers can be seen in the 'Chryed' fans."
"When Marc announced he had decided to move on, we had a tough decision to make and after numerous conversations, which included John, it was decided that there is only one outcome for Syed and Christian. We wish them both all the best for the future."
Speaking about the show, where he has been since 2009 Marc said: "I have had a brilliant time on EastEnders over the last three and a half years and made some amazing friends. During this time, I have been blessed with some incredible storylines and am especially pleased that the show has tackled and raised awareness of the sensitive subject matter of being a gay muslim."
John then added: "I have had the time of my life at EastEnders - but I have always gone with my gut - and leaving at the same time as Marc felt like the ONLY thing to do."
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