EastEnders stars Lacey Turner and Gillian Wright look downcast as they work on set in the rain

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They have been busy filming some dramatic scenes, which hinted at the moment EastEnders character Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) is diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

And Lacey Turner, Gillian and James Bye looked downcast as they got to work on set of the soap in the pouring rain on Monday.

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The actress, 30, who plays Jean's daughter Stacey in the show, kept off the winter chill in a furry black jacket, while she carries a warm beverage in one hand.

Completing her dark look, Lacey paired her striking jacket with denim jeans and black converse trainers.

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Her brunette locks were styled with a middle parting, and brushed into glamorous waves, while she wore light touches of make-up for the scene.

Gillian, meanwhile, wrapped up in three jackets, as she donned a black rain coat over a floral jacket and a red puffy under-layer.

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Gillian also wore beige faux-fur lined boots, which she paired with denim jeans for a casual chic flair.

James Bye, who plays Martin Fowler in the soap, braved the cold weather in a thin jacket and a blue scarf, and kept his hands warm by keeping them in his pockets.

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The actor finished off his look by donning denim jeans and heavy-duty boots, and, although he wore a grim expression while standing in the rain, he laughed as he chatted away with Lacey before cameras began to roll.

Their outing on set comes after it was revealed Gillian's character Jean would be diagnosed with ovarian cancer on the soap.

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Speaking to Radio Times, she said: 'It’s an honour and a huge responsibility to be taking on such an enormous issue, affecting so many women and their families.

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