EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt is bound to be turning heads on the street due to his new look.
The actor, who performs Ian Beale within the BBC cleaning soap, appeared completely completely different as he unveiled his weight reduction for the primary time.
The 52-year-old was seen wanting a bit extra portly on the set of EastEnders final 12 months however has clearly put his day off in the course of the coronavirus lockdown to good use.
Adam was wanting toned and sporty when he was seen out in Hertfordshire not too long ago.
He appeared to be in good spirits in addition to good well being, sporting a smile as he bought out of his automotive to run some errands.
Adam confirmed off his new svelte body in a inexperienced Fred Perry high, denims and trainers.
Whereas it is not identified precisely how a lot weight he is shed, it is clear he is misplaced a number of stone after switching up his way of life.
Adam was additionally noticeably lacking his wedding ceremony ring after splitting from his spouse of 22 years.
It was revealed final month that the actor had damaged up with accomplice Beverly Sharp, who he married in 1998.
Adam, who’s the cleaning soap’s longest-serving star, is the one who made the choice to finish the romance, however insiders insist there isn’t a third social gathering concerned.
A supply informed The Solar on the time: “Beverley was naturally very upset, as anyone could be within the circumstances, however these items occur and it’s an easy separation.
“No person plans for these items and divorce is a troublesome factor to get your head round however they’ve handled it quietly for a number of months and are actually telling pals so it’s much less of a secret.
“They nonetheless hit it off, and are eager to verify they keep that manner for the sake of their kids – regardless that they’re now grown up.”
Adam’s new look will remember to shock EastEnders followers when he returns from his 10-week sabbatical.
He is mentioned earlier than that showing on the present has been him focused by merciless trolls who taunted him over his weight.
He mentioned: “Probably the greatest examples of anyone being impolite is once we had been on the BBC Good Meals present.
“This lady appears to be like at me and says, ‘You’re fatter than you’re on telly’.”