EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt spotted leaving camper van with new love interest

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Eastenders star Adam Woodyatt — who played the legendary Ian Beale in the long-running soap opera — has been spotted emerging from his camper van with a possible new romantic partner.

The dad-of-two separated from Beverley Sharp after twenty years of marriage in 2020, and is thought to have splashed out nearly £100k on a motor home soon afterwards.

The Albert Square legend is said to have bought the vehicle while touring with his thriller theatre production Looking Good Dead.

They are currently undergoing divorce proceedings, with reports emerging when the split was announced that his estranged wife was 'struggling for money'.

Now, new reports in The Sun reveal has grown fond of Clare Martignetti, a beautician who works at the BBC.

A caravan owner who has seen him with her on a site Dartford, Kent, told the newspaper: “Whatever the cause of his marriage break-up, Adam certainly seems to have moved on now.

“He has been staying in his caravan with his new partner. She has been seen going in, and coming out the next morning, heading to the shower blocks.”

They added that the pair "seem to be very close" and are "often seen arm in arm" walking to and from the motor home.

Sometimes have been witnessed heading to the the nearby Orchard Theatre, where he is starring in Looking Good Dead.

As Ian Beale he became one of the longest-serving characters on Eastenders, and continuously appeared on Albert Square for several decades.

In the space of 36 years, Ian became a local businessman specialising in catering and owned a number of businesses including Walford East, Beale’s Plaice and Kathy’s Café.

But Adam decided to take an extended break from the show in November 2021, shortly before he appeared on the twenty first series of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!.

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