Posted: 01:18 GMT, Jan. February 2021 | Updated: 01:54 GMT, Jan. February 2021

EastEnders fans sadly said goodbye to Max Branning on Friday night when the character left Walford for good

Max turned his back on Albert Square after realizing there was nothing left for him there, and in a heartbreaking moment, left his granddaughter Abi after realizing it would be better for her to leave Rainie and Stuart being raised

After leaving the soap for 15 years, Jacqueline Jossa paid tribute to her onscreen dad Jake Wood with an abundance of setbacks when she raved, “You’re a legend ‘

Goodbye Max: EastEnders fans sadly say goodbye to Max Branning on Friday night when the character finally left Walford

The wicked Walford boy decided to say goodbye after his one-time love Linda Carter rejected him again, stating that she didn’t love him even though he got the Queen Vic back for her

And in one more blow, his brother Jack gave him some harsh house truths, and Max then decided to disappear with the beloved granddaughter Abi

But after his car didn’t start, he went to the subway station with the little one in tow

Tribute: After quitting after 15 years on the soap, Jacqueline Jossa paid tribute to her onscreen dad Jake Wood with an abundance of throwback snaps when she gushed, ‘You’re a legend’

The duo then bumped into his former love, Stacy Slater, and Max said cryptically

But then he noticed that little Abi was looking up at her great-aunt Rainie’s window and at that moment decided to leave the toddler on her doorstep and decide that Abi would have a better life with Rainie and husband Stuart

After leaving Abi on Rainie’s doorstep, a tearful Max grabbed his bags and made his way to the subway station while EastEnders’ Heart played Julia’s theme in the background

After the emotional scenes, actress Jacqueline Jossa, who played Lauren Branning, shared a touching message in honor of actor Jake Wood, who plays Max

Time to go: Max turned his back on Albert Square after realizing there was nothing left for him there, and in a heartbreaking moment, left his granddaughter Abi

behind

The TV star shared a variety of throwback photos of the couple, including their characters, at an awards ceremony and with onscreen sister Abi (Lorna Fitzgerald)

She wrote: “For the only other man I call dad thanks for everything I learned everything I know from you and had the best time playing your daughter goodbye now max ♥ ️

‘Cant wait to see what’s next in store for you, and hope that one day we will work together again

Like father like daughter: After the emotional scenes, actress Jacqueline Jossa, who played Lauren Branning, shared a touching message in honor of actor Jake Wood, who plays Max

TV Family: The TV star shared a variety of setbacks from the couple, including their characters, at an awards ceremony and with onscreen sister Abi (Lorna Fitzgerald)

Jake replied to her post, writing, “Love you Jac, wrong daughter Like your fake father, all I can say is that I am so proud of the young woman you have become”‘

Actor Jake filmed his final scenes in December and heartily said goodbye to Max Branning as he filmed his final scenes

Jake, who played Max for 15 years, took to his Instagram to share a farewell video as he ran through the famous BBC set

Sweet: She wrote: ‘To the only other guy I call daddy thanks for everything I learned everything I know from you and had the best time playing your daughter goodbye now max ♥ ️’

‘Fake Dad’: Jake replied to her post and wrote: ‘Love ya Jac Fake Daughter’, like your Fake Dad I can only say, I am so proud of the young woman you have become ‘

He said ‘this is a wrap’ as he thanked fans for their support as his time portraying the Albert Square businessman came to an end

He added, “I will miss the place, it’s the people to me, I’ve made some amazing friends, and it’s been an incredible life changing experience”

‘Thank you all for your love and support messages I really appreciated it all Who knows what the future holds? I just wanted to say goodbye to Max Branning and share this with all of you ‘


Done and Dusty: Last month, Jake said, ‘This is a wrap,’ as he thanked fans for their support as his time portraying the bad boy in Albert Square came to an end

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