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Tonight the BBC show sent viewers into meltdown as they went from being confused at the on-screen absence of Julia Montague (played by Keeley Hawes) to complete shock when David Budd (Richard Madden) was told the Home Secretary hadn’t survived her injuries from the blast.

David was so devastated at the news he sobbed and tried to take his own life, but in an extraordinary twist someone had tampered with his gun and he ended up firing blank bullets.

While some thought the reason for his decision could have been as a result of his own guilt at trying to kill Julia, a new clue has come to light.

Putting the pieces together, one fan helpfully reminded everyone of one pivotal character from the show’s first instalment.

Viewers may remember the scorned employee who was fired by Julia for her unacceptable behaviour in office, who then tried to sell her story to a London journalist.

Turned away once more, the ex-employee sulked off before insisting she had her own driver and didn’t need a chauffeur from the Home Office.

Now, one still of Julia’s speech in last week’s episode appears to depict the same actress standing off to the side of the stage.

The woman seems to have the same colour hair in the same style ponytail, and even seems to be wearing similar clothes when placed next to a still of the the original character.

But is it just a coincidence? Or are the two scenes linked and it turns out Julia’s former colleague is actually behind the briefcase bombing?

“Wait what about that girl who kicked off in episode one,” one fan posted.

“What’s her link and the guy who was driving the Range Rover????? #Bodyguard.”

“I think it looks like her here,” another viewer then replied, which left others completely in agreement.

“OMG I DID NOT NOTICE THAT,” one person declared in shock.

Another posted: “Ooooh didn’t even notice this #bodyguard.”


was his attempt to kill himself born of orchestrating a terror attack and taking the life of the Home Secretary instead?

It seems unlikely the bodyguard would attempt such a tragic act without suffering from the immense guilt of something, particularly when he would be leaving two children behind.

With this potential thread simmering away in the background, a third twist came when it was revealed one of Julia’s staff-members called Robert McDonald had been involved in handling the briefcase with the bomb inside.

What’s more, the new acting Home Secretary later revealed himself to be involved too, after having a secret meeting with Julia’s former special adviser and discussing how they were going to cover up the incriminating footage of them in the Home Office hallways.

Bodyguard continues Sunday at 9pm on BBC One. 

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