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EastEnders' Letitia Dean looks slimmer than ever as she cuddles co-star's baby
EastEnders star Letitia Dean has shown off her trimmed figure in a stunning new photo with her co-star's baby girl.Letitia, 54, looked incredible as she smiled for the camera and cuddled the little tot, who belongs to her on-screen brother James' baby.It was a special moment for fans of the BBC soap who are used to seeing Letitia as Sharon Watts, the sister of James' character Zack Hudson.READ MORE: EastEnders' Sharon distracts viewers in glam dress as fans predict Phil affair twistLetitia wore a black and white polo-neck jumper and a pair of black leggings which highlighted her slim frame.The soap star was glowing with a tan and styled her blonde locks in a long and fabulous fringe.She beamed next to James' wife Ali Roff, who looked cosy as ever in an oversized pink sweatshirt.James and Ali welcomed their first baby last November and have shared some rare pics of the little one to keep fans up to date with their parenting journey.It comes after Letitia underwent a jaw-dropping weight-loss journey which saw her drop a whopping four dress sizes.The actress announced she had gone from 10st 4lbs to 8st 3lbs in just four months by switching up her diet.The Sharon star was able to cut weight with the help of a new exercise plan and reducing her calorie intake to 1,300, which is lower than the recommended amount of 2,000. Letitia also ditched junk food in favour of healthier dishes like chicken breast, pitta bread and "lots of greens".She told the Express: "It was incredible.
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EastEnders icon Ross Kemp recently made a cameo in the BBC soap, after his character Grant Mitchell rang old flame Sharon Watts.The actor, who turns 58 years old today (July 21, 2022) rose to fame on EastEnders in 1990 as the tough-talking Grant, alongside on-screen brother Steve McFadden, who plays Phil Mitchell.Grant's recent call angered Phil, which does not come as a surprise after the two brothers had previously confronted one another on Albert Square throughout the years.READ NEXT: Forgotten TV icon transformations - Lovejoy actor, The Good Life star and Bread hunkHowever off-screen, Ross has also made a number of revelations about his friendship with Steve, after speculations that there was feud between the two.Here, Daily Star takes a closer look at Ross and Steve's friendship away from EastEnders.Ross Kemp and Steve McFadden's characters Grant and Phil Mitchell often came to blows on Albert Square - particularly during the storyline known as "Sharongate".In 1994, EastEnders fans were left on their edge of their seats after it was revealed that Sharon Watts was having an affair with her brother in law Phil.Watched by more than 25million viewers, it has since gone down in history as one of the soap's most iconic episodes.Ross left the soap 12 years later in 2006, and since then, fans have speculated whether the Mitchell brother actors had come to blows off-screen too.Many fans began to speculate whether there was a real life feud between the two actors, after the two seemingly appeared to be in different rooms from one another at events and were rarely photographed together away from the square.However, Ross recently shut down these claims when speaking about his return to EastEnders in 2016, telling The Mirror:
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EastEnders' Letitia Dean's glamorous snaps - nude snap, fitted gowns and sex appeal
EastEnders star Letitia Dean takes centre stage next week as her character Sharon Watts finds herself in danger.The 54-year-old actress has played the feisty Walford resident since 1985 and fans of the BBC One soap will see her faced with more drama in upcoming scenes.Sharon and Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) prepare for the grand opening of Peggy’s and despite being sacked, Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) orders the staff around.READ MORE: EastEnders fans swooning over 'ageless' Sharon Watts who looks ‘20 years old’Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) warns the trio that she won’t stop with her vendetta against them but they are stopped in their tracks when two men enter waving a gun.Kat and Sharon panic and try to call Sam for help and Shirley takes cover in the office but a gunshot rings out.As Sharon finds herself in the middle of the latest drama in Albert Square, Daily Star has taken a look back at some of Letitia's glamorous snaps.Letitia sent fans wild with her new look at the British Soap Awards last week as she showed off her incredible weight loss in a glamorous black dress. ITV viewers watched the actress receive the the Outstanding Achievement Award from her on-screen mum Anita Dobson at the showbiz bash.However, fans appeared to be distracted by Letitia's weight loss transformation.The actress stripped off for her stage role in Calendar Girls back in 2010.Speaking about her role at the time, Letitia said: "It’s been so cold in rehearsals that I haven’t taken my coat off let alone my bra.“It’s something new for me as I’ve never taken my clothes off on stage before.
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EastEnders bloodbath confirmed as Walford resident gets shot in gun showdown horror
EastEnders fans can expect plenty of drama next week as one Walford resident gets shot.Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) and Sharon Watts (Letita Dean) prepare for the grand opening of Peggy’s and despite being sacked, Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) orders the staff around.Seeing an opportunity, Kat and Sharon leave Sam alone with a long list of issues to sort.Sam later gives Dotty Cotton (Milly Zero) the keys as she rushes off to get ready and Dotty tells Shirley Carter (Linda Henry) the coast is clear.Sharon and Kat bond as they work together to get everything ready but their happiness is short-lived when they arrive to see Shirley has trashed the club as payback for all the times the Mitchells have hurt her family.Shirley warns them she won’t stop with her vendetta but they are stopped in their tracks when two men enter waving a gun.As Shirley takes cover in the office, Kat and Sharon panic and try to call Sam for help but a gunshot rings out.Chaos ensues at the club as Sharon and Kat reel from the warning shot.Shirley panics when she realises the thugs want the safe where she is hiding and tries to reach Dotty.A confident Sam enters and refuses to back down to the men’s demands, telling them to pass a defiant message on to Jonah.However realising their threats are serious, Sam eventually gives in and takes them to the safe but things quickly gets out of control leaving someone shot.Elsewhere in Albert Square, Ben and Jay return home but it doesn’t take Kathy long to realise Ben is struggling. Ben reluctantly agrees to take Lexi to a Pride fair but as they get ready, Peter drops off a box of lost property and Lexi pulls out the shirt Lewis was wearing on the night of the attack.
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'Lifetime of hurt and rejection' EastEnders' Adam Woodyatt on son becoming an actor
EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt spoke out about how he reacted to his son Sam telling him he wanted to be an actor too.The soap star told Kate Thornton about his honesty toward Sam during a conversation on her podcast White Wine Question Time.Expressing his relief that his son turned out to be good at acting, Adam admitted that he would tell him the truth if he believed otherwise to avoid “a lifetime of hurt and rejection”.Adam began: “Sam’s going to end up following in my footsteps and end up acting, I think.“He’s actually quite good. It wasn’t a case of me looking at him going, ‘Oh, yeah, go into acting’, and thinking, ‘You’re never going to succeed’.“It was actually, ‘You’ve got a chance, you can manage it.’“If I didn’t think he was good enough I probably would have told him because otherwise he’d just be destined for a lifetime of hurt and rejection.”Speaking about Sam's acting education, Adam added: “He’s picking up little bits of work here and there.“He needs to go get some training, which he is currently applying for.“But he’s been picking up bits of work without the training, so… a bit like I did, I never had any training.”Adam had been portraying Ian Beale from 1985, before quitting the show in 2021.Ian was last seen in Walford in January 2021 after discovering Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) had been plotting to kill him.Speaking about his exit from EastEnders, Adam said: “It will have been a year since I was last in EastEnders by the time I go in.“I’ve enjoyed my time so much.
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EastEnders' Letitia Dean shares heartbreaking family news in British Soap Awards speech
EastEnders star Letitia Dean, who has been playing iconic character Sharon Watts for nearly four decades on the BBC soap, scooped up the coveted Outstanding Achievement award. As she took to the stage to huge applause at London's Hackney Empire, she was greeted by her former on-screen mum Anita Dobson.Accepting her award, Letitia thanked the cast and crew of the BBC soap before sharing a sad family loss at the end of her acceptance speech.She also said that it was "overwhelming" to win and that she was "so touched" by the love from everyone at home and in the room.She said: "I lost my daddy a week ago, so this is for my daddy, I hope he's proud," as the audience cheered her.Letitia added: "And for my darling mummy and I hope you enjoy your fish and chips," before ending: "But seriously, thank you guys,"I'm not very good at this public speaking, but I do love you all and thank you so much for the way you love me."A montage of Letitia's best bits played out, with Anita telling the crowd how supportive Letitia had been to her on her first day before her co-stars Kellie Bright, Gillian Taylforth and Steve McFadden paid tribute to her.Anita told the crowd: "The recipient of this award, I have known for a very long time."I first met her when she was 16 years old! She’s been in over 2000 episodes, she’s had 237 duff duffs, she’s also been landlady of the Queen Vic – 6 times!"Amazing storylines, and the revelation of her affair with Phil Mitchell – which brought in 23.5 million viewers!"Not bad hey? She’s quirky, funny, talented, glorious, glamourous, an icon." EastEnders and Emmerdale scooped the most awards during the 2022 ceremony, which has been the first one since 2019.
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