EastEnders' Chantelle Atkins will tragically lose her life at the hands of her abuser and her husband Gray on Friday night.
The BBC soap recently confirmed the devastating twist, as Chantelle tried to make her escape with her two children.
Scenes this week have seen her put that plan into motion, hoping to use a family trip away to make her move and leave Gray for good.
But, amid her dad Mitch Baker's suspicions, Gray thwarted her plan and on Thursday he forced her and their two kids to return home.
Friday's difficult episode will see Chantelle lose her life, as her husband kills her.
Now, a clip from her final episode and some of her last scenes has been revealed.
In the tense and harrowing clip, shown on ITV's Lorraine on Friday, a fearful Chantelle is forced to make a call to Kheerat Panesar by her husband, who is watching her every move.
After she planned to flee with Kheerat, who wanted to look after her and revealed his feelings for her, Gray found out.
He confronts her over this, after previously thinking there was something going on between them, before forcing her to call him.
Chantelle is shown leaving him a message in the clip, the last time he will ever hear from her, with her telling him an emotional lie.
She claims she's decided against leaving Gray or leaving with him, instead wanting to make her marriage work.
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As a menacing Gray watches on, it's clear Chantelle fears for her life in some of her final moments.
Some point after the call, Chantelle will be killed while it has not been revealed how he kills her, or what will be shown.
Viewers were devastated on Thursday night, as the final scenes of the episode saw her say goodbye to her mum and dad on holiday.
It was clear from her voice and her face that she knew something bad was going to happen, and that her escape wouldn't work.
Gray takes Chantelle home, where she will sadly meet a tragic end in scenes that will no doubt be difficult to watch.
EastEnders airs Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One.