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Danielle Harold shares love for EastEnders co-star Jamie Borthwick as they enjoy ‘their song’ together

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Following a fun night out at an awards show with her co-star Jamie Borthwick, EastEnders legend Danielle Harold expressed her love for him.

EastEnders was nominated for Best Soap at the Broadcast Awards, where the actress who portrays Lola Pearce in the BBC One soap documented the evening.

The 30-year-old actress posted a selfie she took in a mirror with Jamie, who portrays her on-screen husband Jay Brown. She captioned the photo with the words “my love” and a heart emoji.

We cherish them.

Danielle later uploaded several videos of her and Jamie riding in a cab on their way home to her Instagram stories. The song Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton, which was played during the wedding scenes of Lola and Jay earlier this year, was being sung along by the two friends in the most recent video.

Always be our song, Danielle wrote. I adore you, Jamie B.

Due to Lola’s recent discovery that she has a terminal brain tumor, the two soap opera stars are currently at the center of a significant EastEnders storyline.

While Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) did everything in his power to pay for specialists and potential clinical trials, Lola’s loved ones vowed to support her throughout her ordeal. However, after much heartache, one doctor informed Lola that miracle cures are “rarely” possible in cases like hers.

In the meantime, Jay made the decision to propose during the holiday season, and although Lola initially had reservations about his motivations for wanting to wed, she ultimately said yes. The two were married in a series of charming events last month.

 

Jamie remarked about the two characters’ reunion from the previous year, “They’ve got a lot of history, and I do feel that Lola is the one for Jay.” So, it was only natural that they would reconcile at some point.

Jamie added that Danielle and he have a fantastic working relationship and have worked together on the show for more than ten years.

We laugh together on set, we know each other very well, and we understand what makes the other laugh, he said. “We know when to be serious and when to be silly,” the saying goes.

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