HE moved into a £93k motorhome following his split from his wife of 22 years, Beverley Sharp.
And it seems EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt – who is due to return to the Square very soon – enjoyed the way of life so much – he decided to make it permanent.
Adam and Beverley decided to go their separate ways in August 2019.
The Sun exclusively revealed that the divorce "turned toxic" over claim he’s not given his ex a "fair deal".
Adam retreated to the countryside in his epic Bürstner motorhome for a bit of peace and quiet.
So let's take a look inside…
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A spokesperson for the company he bought his new home from told The Mirror that he will have had to splashed out a whopping £93k to get his hands on it.
The luxurious space boasts sleek oak wooden doors, simple interior and a neutral colour scheme.
It has a stunning nude coloured sofa, cream cushions and a gorgeous coffee table placed in the middle of the living space.
The bedroom has a huge king sized bed, plenty of storage space and a window to overlook the beautiful country views.
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It even has a stylish en-suite bathroom complete with shower, toilet and wash basin.
The beautifully designed kitchen has white cupboards and built in coffee maker.
Ready for whatever weather comes his way, Adam can also enjoy a heated thermo-floor and is protected by hail stones if the sunshine doesn't come out to play in the coming summer months.
Back in April it was revealed that Adam swapped his London life for something a little quieter.
He bought the four-wheeled home ahead of a tour of the UK in an upcoming play but decided to move into it early.
And despite the play coming to an end, he's still living in it and recently admitted he had no plans on leaving, saying:“It’s been 14 or 15 months and I’m absolutely loving it.
“I’ve no plans to move out.
"It’s a completely different way of life.You don’t need the trappings.
"We just accumulate stuff."
Adam and Beverly, who wed in 1998, share two grown-up children together called Jessica and Samuel.
The soap star shot to fame in 1985 on EastEnders as his alter-ego Ian Beale.
He has gone on to become the programme's longest-serving cast member, but viewers last saw him on their screens in January 2021.
Adam's character Ian decided to take a break from Albert Square after finding out that his wife Sharon had been trying to kill him with poison.
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Adam was written out of the soap so he could take on a role in an adaptation of the popular crime novel Looking Good Dead by Peter James.
However next week bad memories will return to the surface for Ian as he returns to Albert Square.
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