This year’s festive edition of Call the Midwife is set to see the departure of two much-loved characters. A pair of midwife nuns will depart Poplar after four years on the BBC series. One, Sister Hilda, played by Fenella Woolgar, will already be absent when the Christmas special begins. She will have been called away for God’s work at the Mother House, reports the Mirror. She’ll be followed by Sister Frances, portrayed by Ella Bruccoleri. Sister Frances is sent to join Sister Hilda after falling off her bike in the snow during a birth emergency. The show will air, as is traditional now, on Christmas Day on BBC One. It will be a feature-length special. Fans will know that the Mother House is a place from where nuns never return to Poplar – and Sister Frances will be no exception. One insider said: “Ella and Fenella are off doing other things now – but that doesn’t mean they won’t come back again at some point. They’ll both be missed.” Actress Jenny Agutter, who plays Nonnatus House head nun Sister Julienne, agreed: “The door is always open.” Both actors joined the long-running series in 2019. Their departures are offset by the return of original cast member Helen George as reformed alcoholic Trixie Franklin. The actress was written out during the last series as she took maternity leave for her second child.
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