EastEnders fans confused by Denny ‘blunder’ as they question whose photo was used for touching memorial – The Sun

EASTENDERS viewers were baffled last night as Denny's memorial photo appeared to be of someone totally different.

Eagle-eyed soap fans were distracted by the shot of the youngster on the Square's railings as Ian Beale left his house.

One wrote on Twitter: "Why is there a photo of Janice Battersby on Denny’s memorial? #EastEnders."

Another shared: "#Eastenders they used the old actor's photo of Denny as a kid? It was TOTALLY a different actor. @bbceastenders."

Dennis Mitchell drowned in February's boat disaster – and it was revealed to be Ian's fault.

The tearaway teenager – who was played by actor Bleu Landau – had been locked in a room beneath deck by Ian after arranging for his son Bobby to be attacked.

Ian did try to rescue Dennis and managed to get him out of the room, but the boat had already filled with water and they were both dragged out by the current.

And while Ian was rushed to hospital, Dennis was pronounced dead at the scene.

Viewers are now convinced Ian is going to become a serial killer and murder Dotty Cotton after she blackmailed him over a voicemail she had of Dennis begging to be let out of a locked room on the boat.

It was left to Keanu Taylor to tell Dennis's mum Sharon what had happened at the boat party – just minutes after she had given birth to her new baby, a boy.

She blamed Keanu for Dennis's death and told him she never wanted to see him again, leaving him devastated too.

In the hospital Ian was told about the death by his mum Kathy, but he claimed to have tried to save Dennis and didn't admit to being the one who locked Dennis below deck.

He broke down in tears as the reality set in – but he still didn't confess and it left fans in shock.

One wrote: "Oh s**t I did not have it down that Dennis would die. How tragic he’s so young. #eastenders."

A second said: "Dennis the third tho Broken heart #eastenders."

Another added: "i know dennis was no angel but that was one of the most brutal deaths eastenders has ever had. there is no getting over that #EastEnders35."

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