Casualty star George Rainsford has dropped ANOTHER big hint that he is exiting the soap as Ethan Hardy.
The actor, 40, fuels leaving rumours further by posting a bobblehead figurine of his character on his Instagram page.
He wrote: "Immortalised in toy form! What a keepsake. Thank you @ironmintstudio and Casualty. Very pleased they got my head-to-body size ratio spot on! #bobblehead #EthanHardy".
Fans rushed to comment their fears that Ethan will be leaving the BBC medical drama.
One said: "I hope you're not leaving, we need Ethan".
Another wrote: "Nooooo that means you're LEAVING."
A third penned: "Is this goodbye???"
George panicked fans last week as he reminisced about an old emotional episode in another social media post.
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The script shows the scene where Ethan found out his brother Cal (Richard Winsor) had died.
He captioned the pic: "Just clearing out my dressing room drawer and look what scene I found!"
George has given us previous clues that suggest an exit for the character.
Last month, George tweeted "Just finished reading a very consequential episode for Ethan."
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He also praised director Duncan Foster: "Lovely last [episode] of Casualty. Some gorgeous shots (relatives room through the window, post crash birds-eye view etc!)"
Duncan replied: "Glad they've got you back, I won't be around then! Until next time!"
Could this be the end for the beloved Ethan?
Casualty airs on Saturdays on BBC One.
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