What's wrong with baby Ollie Carter in EastEnders?
The Carter family are set to face more difficulties in the next few weeks when they notice some strange behaviour from baby Ollie.
During a picnic arranged by Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley), Bailey (Kara-Leah Fernandes) tells the Carters that Ollie hit Dennis (Bleu Landau) in the face.
Mick and Linda decide to take him to the doctors to see if there is anything wrong.
So what is wrong with The Carter’s youngest son and do they need to be concerned?
What is wrong with Ollie Carter?
Linda (Kellie Bright) and Mick’s (Danny Dyer) initial concerns for Ollie came when she was pregnant and the two of them had an argument.
When Linda attempted to run after Mick she tripped and fell down some stairs, losing consciousness.
After she woke up she realised that her waters had broken but she couldn’t feel the baby.
Linda was then rushed to hospital after being discovered by Kat Moon (Jessie Wallace) and Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy) and she was able to safely give birth to Ollie in May 2015.
Things got worse when Ollie fell out of his high chair as a baby, and Mick and Linda were told that initial tests were fine, but it was difficult to know if there would be any lasting damage.
In 2016 Linda had discovered him not responding in his cot and he was rushed to hospital where they discovered bleeding on the brain.
Viewers have been speculating that the brain injury could have been worse than initially thought, or that Ollie may have autism, which caused him to lash out on Dennis.
You’ll have to tune in to find out what the doctor thinks of Ollie’s unusual behaviour.
EastEnders airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday on BBC One.
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