Posting on their official Instagram page, the team behind the show, who are currently filming the festive episode for later this year, posted a photo of the character looking stunning in a teal dress as a crew member tends to her hair.
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The caption reads: " Behind the scenes on the Call The Midwife Christmas Special 2022: Trixie prepares..." One person wrote: "Oh no… she looks sad," followed by sad-faced emoji. Another was equally worried, commenting: "Her dress is stunning, she looks very apprehensive here though, hope her character is OK."
A third excitedly added: "TRIXIE PREPARES WHAT." Many others picked up on Trixie's previous heartbreak and mentioned they were hoping for her happy ending.
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"I'm praying for a happy ending for Trixie she's had so much heartache," a fourth fan wrote. A fifth said: "Give trixie an happy ending we want to see her thrive," as a sixth shared their theory: "Beautiful Trixie, I think she is preparing for her wedding to widower Matthew. Both deserve happiness."
Meanwhile, the beloved drama shared they were back filming the festive episode last month when they shared a heartwarming photo of the Turner family on Christmas morning.
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The snap sees the Turner family, consisting of actors Laura Main, Stephen McGann, Max Macmillan, Alice Brown, April Rae Hoang and Ned Shaw, in their Christmas pyjamas enjoying the festivities as they filmed scenes.
"It's a Turner Christmas!!" the caption read in part: "It was SO lovely to see our much-loved screen family at work once more – and we made sure we grabbed this exclusive photo before the cameras rolled."
It continued: "Haven't they grown! Ned is getting so big now, and the girls are becoming very sassy young ladies! Stephen and Laura just love having them around…. Although Stephen’s silliness with them can be a bit disrupting…!"
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