When does Lola Pearce die on EastEnders?

EASTENDERS’ fans have been on an emotional roller coaster watching poor Lola Pearce’s final days.

The young mum has terminal cancer and will sadly die, leaving her grieving friends and family behind.

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When will Lola Pearce die in EastEnders?

EastEnders’ viewers have been left in tears watching Lola Pearce getting more and more sick.

The young mum-of-one doesn’t have long until she passes away from terminal cancer.

We can now confirm that Lola will die during the EastEnders episode on May 31, 2023.

Her last scenes were filmed in April 2023 and her funeral has also already been shot, so this will likely to follow not long after she passes away.

What cancer does Lola Pearce have?

It was revealed in 2022 that Lola had an untreatable brain tumour.

Doctors were hopeful they could cut out the majority of the tumour and then treat her with chemo and radiotherapy to get the rest of it.

But sadly, this wasn’t the case and she was told she didn’t have long to live

The beloved hairstylist has since been determined to make happy memories with her loved ones as her time quickly runs out.

Who plays Lola Pearce?

Actress Danielle Harold plays the young mum.

The star first joined the EastEnders cast as Lola in 2011, before being written out of the show in 2015.

The character then made a dramatic return in 2019, and over the years has been involved in some big storylines.

Dannielle previously told the BBC: “Lola’s story has been a very hard one to tell and one that sadly affects so many people.

“Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer yet historically only 1% of research is allocated to this devastating disease.

“I would like to take a moment for everybody that has reached out to me and shared their experiences with me, I have read every message and hold all of your messages close to my heart whilst playing this story.

“I have been blessed to meet the most incredible people and work with some wonderful charities along the way and I want to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for all your support, advice and love.”