Mr Selfridge star Lauren Crace has revealed she always knew her character was going to be killed off this series – it was just a matter of how.
Lauren played Doris Grove in the ITV period drama, but met her end in a shock twist in last night’s episode.
The fiery teen soon began a relationship with Bradley (Charlie Clements), but it was thrown into jeopardy when she fell pregnant and he urged her to have an abortion.
This drove her into the arms of Bradley’s father, Max Branning, and the pair enjoyed an affair behind the backs of Bradley and Max’s wife, Tanya (Jo Joyner).
Appearing on This Morning, she said: “I knew I was going to die before I started filming this series.
At first it was influenza, then die through childbirth, but then they thought, ‘No, just hit her with a truck!
And then I was pregnant with my twins in the last series, who were born in November and we shot those last scenes in August, so I was pretty big.
SHE tried for years to get Ronnie's attention but tragically died after being hit by Janine's car on the night she was finally acknowledged by her mother.
Inside the BFI, other guests including Adele Silva, Cat Sandion, Dan Snow, Lady Edwina Grosvenor, Elaine Cassidy, Esther Rantzen, Fearne Cotton, Grace Woodward, Harry Hadden-Paton, Imogen Thomas, Jasmine Harman, JB Gill, Jennifer Saunders, Jess Smith and Berry (previous sun baby and new sun baby), Karen Hardy, Lilia Kopylova, Laura Carmichael, Laura Hamilton, Olivia Hallinan, Lauren Crace, Tom Pellereau, Vanessa Feltz and Vas J Morgan were transported into the bright and colourful world of the , and entertained with face painters, balloon modellers and original props from the new series including ‘Noo-noo’ and the brand new ‘Tubby Custard Ride’.Following the death of her best friend Danielle Jones (Lauren Crace), Stacey began behaving erratically, stealing, sleeping around, lying compulsively, and drinking heavily.Halifax, NS – 26 October 2015 – DHX Brands, the dedicated brand-management and consumer-products arm of DHX Media (“DHX” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: DHXM; TSX: DHX. B), premiered the highly anticipated new series of November, this weekend at the BFI on London’s South Bank with an array of famous faces in attendance.’” But she said the dramatic death hadn’t upset her: “I just feel it’s always a bit more exciting to leave on a bit of a bang, than to walk off into the sunset, so I didn’t mind having a dramatic exit.“Originally I was only booked for the first series and a little bit for the second series, so when they asked me back for the third series I was quite surprised, so to have a few extra episodes was a treat really.” She explained: “I had my son two weeks after we finished filming the first series, so I spent the entire time holding boxes and hiding behind desks.