Cheeky youngster Shenice Quinn to make an ''Eastenders'' comeback but mother Martina may not

Set the cute factor up to full as Lacey Turner's little sister Lily Harvey is make a return to Eastenders! The youngster who played Shenice Quinn on the programme for a few episodes earlier this year will be back on the Square as the cheeky youngster returns to stay with Kat and Alfie Moon (Jessica Wallace and Shane Richie).

Lily's sister Lacey Turner played the highly popular Stacey Slater for six years on the BBC soap winning many awards in the process before the character made her exit on Boxing Day 2010. However the Harvey-Turner legacy lives on as Lacey's little sister is returning as Shenice for at least a few weeks with the possibility of a regular role. Shenice and her mum Martina (Tamara Wall) turned up on the Square in January to see Martina's friend Kat as their life in Spain began to turn sour however the pair made a quick exit after just a handful of episodes.

However, in the upcoming weeks, Kat and AlfieĀ  who were recently reunited with Tommy, the baby they thought was dead will go on holiday to Spain where they catch up with Martina and Shenice off-screen. Viewers will then see Shenice return to Walford with Kat and Alfie with the couple seemingly convincing Martina that Shenice is better off living with them in England.

A source told The Sun: ''Kat and Alfie have just got their family back together when they turn up with another child in tow. Poor old Shenice has not been having a great time in Spain with her mum, who won't be winning any prizes for mum of the year. Martina may be a friend, but Kat is getting fed up because she keeps neglecting her daughter and going on the razz. She seems incapable of settling down. So she and Alfie convince Martina that Shenice would be better off back with them in Walford. Alfie has been missing her like mad.''

Lily and Lacey's sister Daisy is also familiar to soap fans as she played mysterious Jenny in Hollyoaks who was killed by Silas earlier this week. If reaction to the youngster is generally positive, rumours has it that the young girl may become a permanent fixture in Walford. We can but hope!

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