Peaky Blinders fans think Tommy Shelby dies in finale after daughters death

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Fans of BBC's Peaky Blinders have come to the conclusion that lead character Tommy Shelby will be killed off by the end of the season.

With series 6 almost coming to a close with only three more episodes left, many viewers believed Tommy played by actor Cillian Murphy will not live to see by the end of it.

During the latest episode, Tommy was left holding back his tears when he attended his daughter's funeral but the death of young Ruby may also lead to Tommy's demise.

Jumping on Twitter, fans shared their views on the character.

One person wrote: "I just know tommys going to die at the end of this season but i hope he reunites with Ruby in heaven or something."

Another said: "Hate that everyone is saying Tommy is going to die this season… No," followed by a crying face emoji.

A third penned: "I was calling it that Tommy would die on last season. I mean almost the entire family of this man died because of him."

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