Will Trixie Franklin find love in Call The Midwife season 10?
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Call The Midwife season 10 returned to the BBC with an emotional episode that saw Trixie (played by Helen George) take on a secondment. She was transferred to a private clinic for a six-week trial as part of a plan to save Nonnatus House. She may be a brilliant midwife, but fans are hoping Trixie finds love in the new season.
Will Trixie find love in Call The Midwife season 10?
The latest season of Call The Midwife marks a decade since the period drama first aired on BBC One.
In the premiere episode, Trixie was given the opportunity to join a private maternity clinic called The Lady Emily.
The nuns and midwives at Nonnatus House hoped she would be able to bring in much-needed funding as part of the move.
Trixie impressed the clinic’s owner, Mr Scarisbrick (Richard Dillane), and there is a chance they could form a romantic relationship.
Fans took to Facebook to share their thoughts on how deeply they wished for Trixie to find a man.
One said: “I love the idea of Trixie finding true love, but I also LOVE the idea of her opening her own healthcare facility for women.
“Maybe she will find a doctor who can run it with her. That would be great.”
Another fan added: “I think we all want to see Trixie find happiness – by falling in love again and/or perhaps advancing her career.”
“I’d love to see Trixie find her purpose or find love or both,” were the words of another viewer.
Trixie has not had the best of times when it comes to her love life and she has lost many people who were close to her.
In the second season, she had a bad experience with television host named Clifford Raines (Tristan Gemmill) when he made unwanted sexual advances.
By season three, she came across Reverand Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) at a female prison and they started dating.
In the fourth season, he proposed to Trixie and she accepted, but the engagement broke down after he was asked to relocate to Newcastle.
Her break-up with Tom caused her drinking problem to spiral out of control and she joined a support group.
In season five, Tom started dating Trixie’s colleague Barbara (Charlotte Ritchie) and it caused friction between the two nurses.
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In the seasons that followed she met dentist Christopher Dockerill (Jack Hawkins), who had a six-year-old daughter.
However, she broke off the relationship after showing concerns for his daughter’s future.
Fans are hoping that this is the season she is able to find love and keep the romance alive.
One added: “I would like to see Trixie meet someone and marry”, while another said: “I’d like Trixie to find her soulmate and maybe do more training.”
Some viewers believe the midwife has been “pigeon-holed” while other characters have had the chance to blossom.
One said: “Trix is just suspended in time with a drinking problem and two failed relationships.
“If not personal growth then definitely professional growth and promotion – she doesn’t need a man to save her.”
Some viewers have suggested she may marry Tom in the new season as both characters have matured since they were last together.
Barbara sadly died from septicaemia, leaving Tom as a widower. One viewer said: “They [Tom and Trixie] had a true love for each other and both loved Barbara too.”
In the first episode, one of the new fathers asked Trixie whether she was familiar with blind dates.
She said had experience, and it could mean she will be meeting some new men in the upcoming episodes.
Call The Midwife returns on Sunday at 8pm on BBC One.
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