EASTENDERS star Danny Boy Hatcherd shows off his rarely seen girlfriend in a sweet Valentine’s Day social media post.
The actor – who played Lee Carter in the BBC soap opera – took to Instagram with a series of selfies with Carrie Schuler.
Danny Boy, 30, can be seen embracing the fashion graduate in sweet pictures, as he calls the couple “A Team.”
In an instant, the star can be seen standing behind his girlfriend – who looked glamorous in a leather jacket – as he posed for a selfie.
One second saw the couple laughing as they were seen sipping on a cocktail through a glass at a bar at a night out.
While a third saw the amazing couple all dressed up, going to a red carpet event with socks and boots.
Kerry wore a long black one-shoulder dress, pulled her blonde hair back into a slack bun and opted for a glam palette of make-up.
Danny, meanwhile, saw a world away from his EastEnders character as he posed in a black suit and smart black shoes.
Fans saw the lovely Valentine’s post, and commented on the couple as “the best couple ever”.
Danny Boy left BBC One soap East Enders in 2017 when the character Lee decided to move to Dover for a new life away from wife Whitney and father Mick after struggling with his mental health.
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Danny Boy was one of seven stars who did not renew their contracts through producer Sean O’Connor, and while Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell’s choice was dramatically dropped, Lee had a slightly more antithetical climax.
“It simply came to our notice then.
Regarding Sean’s decision, he said: “I had to respect that, just because of how my story ended. That’s all.”
The 30-year-old described the soap as a “factory” and said he was glad to leave, so he was not typed.
He said: “It was a comfortable job, but it’s like a moving door, people come and go and things change.
“It’s like a chocolate factory and we show scenes like yesterday.
“We have a responsibility and we have to make sure it is done properly. You really can’t get your hair down.
He continued: “My life was out of the show, and there are some people in East Enders who let me use it. I was very serious about it and I enjoyed every second of it but I’m just leaving There was a time. I don’t think I’ll ever typecast again.
“My concern was that staying in one place for too long does not help you grow as an individual and it does not allow you to reinvent yourself and that is what is important.”