EastEnders Tamzin Outhwaite signs up for reality TV show after revelations about ex

Tamzin Outhwaite is trading the East End for the auction floor in Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.

Alongside Benidorm actress Julie Graham, who played the character Sheron Dawson between 2016 and 2018, Tamzin, 52, was spotted attending Keys Fine Art Auctioneers in East Anglia last month, captioning a photo of the excited pair in action: "Actors Tamzin Outhwaite and Julie Graham were at the saleroom today filming for a forthcoming episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip."

A starry spin-off from the mother show Antiques Road Trip, this version tasks two celebrities to team up and buy golden oldies in the hope of making a profit at auction before donating the cash to charity.

The Sun reports EastEnders legend Tamzin and Julie, 58, grew close during the pandemic while working together on a project titled Dun Breedin. It featured women going through the menopause in lockdown.

In the next series of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, the likes of Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood (TV's Dick and Dom) will also be browsing this potential goldmine, as well as The Only Way is Essex's Gemma Collins, radio DJ and presenter Melvin Odoom, Christine McGuinness, and Coronation Street actor Colson Smith.

Most notably, former lovebirds Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti are making an appearance too, having shot their episode prior to splitting up in June.

News of Tamzin's latest gig comes just weeks after the actress called out her ex-husband Tom Ellis on social media, a decade on from their divorce after his affair with Lost's Emilie de Ravin.

"Ten years since the father of my kids walked out on us for the final time. I still meet new people on jobs who reveal more infidelities and lies that he committed," she sensationally tweeted. "But thankfully my heart and soul are clear and clean and I could not be happier right now."

Having decided to delete those original words, she subsequently reached out to her fans with: "I was marking the 10 year anniversary with pride, a feeling of triumph & genuine gratitude. I understand it has triggered some people. For anyone struggling, the most important relationship you will ever have is with yourself."

Elsewhere, the soap star will still be processing the devastating loss of her "formidable" Auntie Sandra.

Penning an emotional and lengthy tribute on social media last month, Tamzin celebrated the late relative's tenacity with: "My Godmother, my mum’s sister, my formidable, unique aunt who was like another mum to me whilst growing up. We watched her lose her husband (my godfather) when she had 4 young children. Sandra seemed to sail through life, cooking, laughing, being the hostess, the life and soul. She then lost her son and then her sister.

"You can now sit on the phone with my mum for 2 hours and fall asleep, before you see each other. Your incredible strength runs through your children and Grandchildren. I will miss our chats and time together. rest in peace my dear, funny auntie #auntysandrissimo."

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