EastEnders co-stars Barbara Smith and Clay Milner Russell look close on stroll off-set
EastEnders’ on-screen couple Barbara Smith and Clay Milner Russell appear to have a close relationship behind the scenes of their characters.
The talented pair, who play Albert Square’s on-off couple, looked close as they took a stroll around Elstree while sipping on some coffees on Friday.
Barbara and Clay looked happy and content in each other's company as they smiled and chatted after their busy day in BBC studios before they hopped onto the same train to head home after a long day.
Brunette beauty Barbara – who plays Dana Monore in the BBC One soap – looked summer ready as she sported a leopard print crop top and some leggings while out on the stroll with her co-star.
The actress topped off the casual look with some white chunky trainers and an over-the-shoulder khaki handbag.
Meanwhile, Clay sported an edgy ensemble which consisted of a printed white t-shirt and a pair of loose-fitting black jeans.
The soap star topped off the look with a dark green jacket and trendy backpack.
Clay joined EastEnders as Ian Beale's youngest son Bobby back in 2019.
The young star joined the cast after his character murdered his sister – Lucy Beale – back in 2014.
Lucy’s death has been at the forefront of Clay’s time on the soap as his character Bobby’s on-off relationship with Dana has faced many ups and downs thanks to his haunting past.
The former prison inmate failed to tell his new girlfriend about his sister’s haunting death and he also lied to her, claiming that he owned his dad’s businesses.
Unfortunately, Bobby’s lies soon caught up with him – leaving Dana furious.
After an emotional chat with Bobby’s brother Peter however, Dana chose to forgive her on-off boyfriend last week after their bitter break-up.
The couple’s tumultuous relationship has kept fans gripped in recent months and it looks as though the drama is set to continue to unfold as the weeks go on.
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