It's official. One of the most famous women to ever cross Albert Square will be doing so for the last time in a special episode of EastEnders on Tuesday, 17 May.
No-nonsense mum to Grant and Phil, Peggy Mitchell is also one of the best-loved Queen Vic landladies in the soap's history. So in tribute to Peggy - and to the always bubbly Barbara Windsor - these famous faces have been trying out her infamous line: "GET OUTTA MY PUB!"
Actor Dominic West gives a convincing rendition from the comfort of The One Show couch
While Graham Norton gets straight to the point
Even the cast of new Doctor Who spin-off, Class got involved
Meanwhile, Carol Kirkwood is predicting a Peggy storm
And news of Peggy's departure even reached Brentford's premier radio station
We reckon EastEnders' casting agents would be impressed with Dermot's attempt
This lot tried out a new catchphrase for the day
And Lord Sugar showed how a fellow east-Londoner does it
But of course, no-one nailed it quite like the EastEnders cast themselves
Watch Barbara Windsor's take on the line over the years
Peggy Mitchell's final episode of EastEnders is broadcast on Tuesday, 17 May at 7.25pm on BBC One. It will be available to watch in BBC iPlayer for 30 days after broadcast.
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