EastEnders ' Tins Carter is leaving Albert Square next week after actress Luisa Bradshaw-White quit the role after seven years.

Food truck manager Tina was already left homeless earlier this year, when Linda and Mick Carter decided to sell up the Queen Vic.

Iqra Ahmed (Priya Davdra) noticed Tina's sleeping bag hidden behind the bar and was heartbroken to realise she was sleeping there.

She offered her a bed in one of her spare rooms, but tensions begin to rise next week when Iqra realises it's not working out.

Tina begs her sister Shirley to let her move in

Iqra's girlfriend Ash Panesar (Gurlaine Kaur Garcha)lies about her whereabouts to Iqra, and eventually admits she hates living with Tina.

Iqra tells Ash that Tina must move out - and Tina overhears.

Desperate, she asks Kathy Beale if she can stay with her, but Kathy declines as she is already struggling to cope with her son Ian.

Luisa Bradshaw-White confirmed she is moving on to other projects

Tina then arrives at her sister Shirley's house, and asks her if she can stay there.

Shirley (Linda Henry) initially says no, but Gray (Toby-Alexander Smith), who is living with Linda, manages to persuade her.

Will something go horribly wrong at Shirley's house, forcing Tina to leave Albert Square for good?

Tina will leave the soap shortly after moving in with her sister Shirley and her murderous housemate Gray

After Luisa confirmed she was leaving the soap, she told Metro : "I just wanted everyone to know from me that I am leaving EastEnders at the end of the year!

"After seven awesome years, it’s time for me to move on and get excited about other projects! I have had the most amazing time on EastEnders and will miss the cast and crew so much. But I am also completely excited about the new adventures that await me.

"It’s been an amazing ride. Being part of the 30th anniversary, the live eps, the Carter family, working every day with my best friends. Danny Dyer, Kellie Bright and Linda Henry, I love you more than anything in the world."

Luisa went on to thank all of her "amazing fans" for their support over the years.

And she teased that there's still plenty of drama to come for Tina before her exit, telling fans to "keep watching".

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