EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter future ‘revealed’ as he leaves Queen Vic

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EastEnders viewers have watched Mick Carter (played by Danny Dyer) and Linda (Kellie Bright) get ready for the big move out of The Queen Vic after the former realised he had to get the pair out of the pub to ensure his wife’s recovery from alcoholism would continue. However, as it remains unclear as to where the much-loved couple will end up, it’s now been suspected Mick may end up with a brand-new shiny business venture to occupy him in the form of the car lot. 

Mick and Linda have always seemed one of the more solid couples on the Square but were dealt with some difficult news last year.

When their young son Ollie (Harry Farr) was diagnosed with autism, the pair both found it difficult to compute.

Mick was seen suffering from worsening anxiety issues whereas Linda ended up reaching for the bottle in an attempt to deal with things. 

However, her habit soon spiralled into an addiction and it began to impact her relationship with her family and those around her.

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When Linda backed into one of the school mum’s cars last year, she was reluctant to tell Mick about her accident due to having drunk heavily the night before. 

Linda was later arrested and it was hoped this would be enough of a wake-up call to sort out her issues with alcohol. 

Unfortunately, she only became more reliant on the substance and it saw her relationship with Mick tested to the max as the months went on.

After a difficult Christmas, things didn’t seem to be getting back on track and Linda drunkenly told her husband she wanted a divorce earlier this year.

However, when the pair both nearly perished in the boat tragedy back in March, it acted as a catalyst to finally bring them back closer – and stronger – together.

Mick realised he would have to do something drastic to ensure Linda’s recovery was not halted in any way, so made a huge decision about their future. 

He told Linda he believed they needed to leave their beloved pub behind so she was not in an environment to be tempted by her demons. 

This week saw the end of their tenure at The Vic after nearly seven years and it was revealed who would be taking over in a fantastic finale scene. 

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Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) decided to get behind the bar with best mate Sharon (Letitia Dean) right by his side.

Many fans have praised the move due to the duo being the longest-running characters within the soap, meaning it only seems right they are back at the centre of the action in Walford. 

But where does the move leave Mick? Well, it’s now been suggested he could turn his talents of charming punters to another popular Walford business site.

The Radio Times have noted the car lot is free for business and Mick seems to be the ideal candidate to take it over.

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The publication said: “It’s been called Deals on Wheels, Maximum Motors and Square Dealz among other names, but I can see Carters’ Cars emblazoned above the Portakabin, with Mick using his cheeky cockney patter to persuade people to part with their cash in exchange for a second-hand Ford Focus.”

So will Mick decide to take over the car lot?

He is sure to be desperate to find a new business venture to make his mark on and he would make the perfect salesman with his classic wheeler-dealer tendencies.

But with it still unknown where viewers will find the residents of Walford when the soap comes back to screens this autumn, will Mick be found in the car lot, or will he have a quieter life planned?

EastEnders returns later this year to BBC One.

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