EASTENDERS pals Jamie Borthwick and Danielle Harold have been spotted making a quick trip to the chippy during a filming break.
The soap stars were snapped as they made their way back to the fictional Albert Square set while laughing and chatting together.
While Danielle, 29, strolled along with her hands by her side, 27-year-old Jamie clutched a bulging bag of fish and chips.
EastEnders is set in the east end of London, however it is actually filmed in Borehamwood in Hertfordshire.
Used to seeing famous faces in the high street, passers-by didn't bat an eyelid as Jamie(Jay Brown) and Danielle (Lola Pearce) walked along with their takeaway lunch.
The friends' outing comes amid concern that Danielle – who plays single mum Lola – is about to quit EastEnders.
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Earlier this week, Hollywood director Fredi Nwak – who is also an actor and ex-rapper – posted a picture of himself and Danielle on Instagram.
He wrote across the Stories snap: "Looking forward to working with ya."
This post was then shared on Twitter, with fans questioning whether Danielle was set to leave Albert Square.
One soap viewer wrote: "If this is the case (rather than Danielle taking a break) what will happen to Lola and Lexi?"
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While another tweeted: "I wouldn’t blame her for leaving she hasn’t been given anything to do really."
Danielle's character Lola is a single mum to daughter Lexi, who she shares with Ben Mitchell.
She originally played the role from 2011-2015, before making a dramatic return to the soap in 2019.
Speaking about how she got into acting, Danielle previously told The Sunday People: "I was in year 10 when I fell ill and was in and out of hospital. At that point I just gave up and didn’t try with GCSEs.
"I didn’t do well at school, I used to bunk off lessons a lot.
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"I always felt frustrated because I couldn’t understand maths and English.
"I knew I’d never get good grades, I was more into drama and sports."
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