EastEnders star responds to real life romance rumour with Jamie Borthwick

EastEnders star Danielle Harold has addressed the rumours that she is in a relationship with her co-star Jamie Borthwick.

Danielle recently left her role as Lola Pearce, who died after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.

In an incredibly moving and emotional storyline, the BBC One soap highlighted everything from Lexi’s (Isabella Brown) reaction to her mum’s news, to Lola and and Jay’s final trip to the seaside.

Jamie and Danielle spent a lot of time together during Danielle’s final few months on the show and because of their on-screen chemistry as Jay and Lola, as well as their closeness off the screen, rumours began to circulate over whether Jamie and Danielle had started a relationship.

Responding to the comments, Danielle recently said: ‘I’m just going to leave that one out there, because it’s soo funny. It makes me laugh so much, I’d hate to squash it!’

Continuing her chat with Fabulous Magazine, Danielle revealed: ‘I always say Jamie is the husband I never wanted or asked for, but nonetheless got.

‘Seriously though, there’s no one like that at the moment. But I’ve been so busy, it’s probably for the best’, she added.

‘I’ve got no time, which is something to feel really lucky about.’

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Shortly after leaving EastEnders, Danielle took part in filming for the celebrity version of Channel 4’s Hunted.

She was paired up with Coronation Street’s Kimberly Hart-Simpson, who played Nicky Wheatly in the show.

The actress also addressed the rumours that she’s set to star in this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity, confirming in an episode of Loose Women that she won’t be heading to the Australian jungle.

She added that ‘there is always something, whatever the latest show is they always say your name.’

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