The Only Fools and Horses star has joined the Walford cleanser in a visitor job.
Sue Holderness as of late showed up on Albert Square subsequent to handling a visitor spot on EastEnders.
Be that as it may, the entertainer nearly made her cleanser debut years sooner when she was offered a job on Emmerdale.
The Only Fools and Horses symbol clarified (by means of What’s on TV): “They were extremely keen on having me on Emmerdale in 1985.
“I had recently brought forth my little girl Harriet and we’d moved to Windsor, where my better half was running the theater.
“To evacuate and head toward Yorkshire, I didn’t think about it.”
She added: “I have no clue about which job it was for, and didn’t explore it any further.
“I would not like to understand what the part was or who planned to play it, since I might want to have done it.”
Holderness conceded that she’s been quick to join EastEnders since it began in 1985.
“I typically played rich birds – I don’t have the foggiest idea why.
“So I thought, ‘Incredible, I have Marlene added to my repertoire, perhaps they’ll welcome me to be on the show’, since I’d shown I can do downmarket just as luxurious.”
Holderness’s character Estelle joins the show as the demonstrating specialist of Janet, the girl of Billy and Honey Mitchell.
Fancying Billy, she welcomes him for a beverage, with the 71-year familiar adage: “I don’t believe they’re fit by any means,
“Estelle clearly considers him to be somebody totally extraordinary to her standard thing! I feel that Billy may be somewhat captivated by this opulent woman checking out him and I think Billy needs some fun in his life!
“Estelle is surely altogether different to Marlene [in Only Fools and Horses]! She’s a dramatic specialist and the greater part of her customers are kids.
“She’s a fun time young lady, she’s not that circumspect about costs, she cherishes high-end food and when she meets Billy she very likes becoming acquainted with this truly mindful, harsh round-the-edges father.
“She’s exceptionally captivated by him and rather savagely talks him up! Billy appears to be very quick to play along as well.”
EastEnders airs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings on BBC One.