Our Girl fans DEVASTATED after this fan favourite is killed off

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Tuesday's episode of Our Girl was a very emotional one...

Our Girl returned to our screens for series four last month, and it's already been an emotional one.

Viewers were close to tears during the first episode after heartbreaking flashbacks (opens in new tab), and the fourth episode only upped the emotions.

In dramatic scenes, Frankie "Fingers" Stille (Sean Ward) died after suffering a bleed and collapsed lung.

Long time friend and sister-in-law  Georgie Lane (Michelle Keegan) tried her best to save him from the fatal gunshot wound, but was unsuccessful.

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Fingers' death scene devastated Our Girl fans.

Fingers has been a long-time member of the Our Girl cast, and has been on our screens since the very first episode.

Fans were naturally devastated by the news, with many taking to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One wrote, "Never cried so much whilst watching a programme. Can’t believe Fingers has gone #OurGirl"

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Another added, "my whole day is offically ruined just want fingers back #OurGirl"

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A third said, "Feel so emotional goodbye fingers @seanjward #OurGirl"

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And a fourth added, "I’m still upset from watching fingers die last night #ourgirl"

Prior to his death, Fingers had just married Georgie's sister Marie Lane (Linzey Cocker) which only added more emotion to the scene.

Fingers actor Sean Ward spoke to Digital Spy (opens in new tab) recently about his devastating exit.

He revealed, "I don't think it's properly hit me yet. It's been seven years and I feel like I've actually grown up on the show."

"When I first joined the show I was a little kid and we just got dropped in Africa, I had no agent, I was just getting back into acting and a lot of the skills that you learn behind the show with the army training and the camaraderie, the team and the families you build I think has helped me grow as a man a lot."

Our Girl continues on BBC1 next Tuesday, 21st April.

Lucy Buglass
Senior Staff Writer

Lucy joined the WhatToWatch.com team in 2021, where she writes series guides for must-watch programmes, reviews and the latest TV news. Originally from Northumberland, she graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a degree in Film Studies and moved to London to begin a career writing about entertainment.


She is a Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic and has a huge passion for cinema. She especially loves horror, thriller and anything crime-related. Her favourite TV programmes include Inside No 9, American Horror Story, Stranger Things and Black Mirror but she is also partial to a quiz show or a bit of Say Yes to the Dress