Adam Woodyatt has warned soap fans that Ian Beale may never return to EastEnders while enjoying his 10-month sabbatical from the series.
The actor, 53, who is the longest-serving actor in the soap opera that began 36 years ago in 1985, toured the UK in his £ 93,000 camper van while starring in the play Looking Good Dead.
Speaking to Metro, he revealed, “I won’t be going back until this time next year at the earliest. I have committed to touring with Looking Good Dead until the end of October. I then go to America because my daughter is getting married.
Are you not going back? Adam Woodyatt, 53, warned soap fans that Ian Beale may never return to EastEnders while enjoying his 10-month sabbatical from the show
“Then hopefully we’ll take the tour and do some of the places that were originally planned but failed to reach. It is probably from January to April. And the EastEnders might not want me! ‘
Since leaving the show, Adam has bought an expensive house on wheels from the car company Bürstner.
The soap star enjoys all modern comforts in his motorhome, including underfloor heating, leather sofas and mood lighting, reports The Mirror.
Adam’s motorhome boasts a chic and modern interior with white woodwork and panels that give the vehicle a feeling of space and lightness.
Big spender: Adam Woodyatt (pictured as Ian Beale) spent £ 93,000 on his house on wheels, according to car company Bürstner
The luxury motorhome typically costs £ 93,000, according to Bürstner’s spokesperson, but fans can get their hands on used models for between £ 75,000 and £ 80,000 as well.
In addition to mood lighting and comfy white leather sofas, Adam can also relax after a long day exploring nature in a large double bed.
Taking into account all the weather, the Soap Star is also protected by a state-of-the-art roof that can effortlessly withstand hail.
Adam revealed earlier this year that he bought the motorhome to use as a base before starting a touring play.
Equipped: The soap star enjoys all modern comforts in his motorhome, including underfloor heating, leather sofas and mood lighting
And although the play was pushed back several times, Adam ensured he made the most of the situation and took advantage of the vehicle trips.
He told The Sun, “I have a campervan ready for the tour, so I won’t have to worry about staying in hotels or anything like that.
“But I took advantage and am currently in a field in Devon. ”
Adam is currently in the middle of his soap break, eight months later he announced in August that he had separated from Beverley Sharp, his wife for 22 years.
The couple reportedly broke up in August 2019, but it is believed they didn’t start talking to their friends about their decision until last summer.
A friend told The Sun Beverley was “very upset” by the separation, but added that it was a “simple separation”.
Comfortable: In addition to mood lighting and comfy white leather sofas, Adam can also relax after a long day exploring nature in a large double bed
They said, “No one is planning these things and divorce is a difficult thing to understand. They’ve been dealing with this quietly for several months and are now telling friends about it, so it’s less of a secret.
“They still get along well and are keen to make sure they stay that way for the sake of their children – even if they are now adults.
Adam and Beverley have been married since 1998 and have two children – Jessica, 27, and Samuel, 23.
A spokesperson for the actor said at the time: “Beverley and Adam separated in August of last year and we are calling for the privacy of the family to be respected. ”
MailOnline reached out to Adam’s rep for comment at the time.
Time out: Adam is currently in the middle of his soap break, eight months after announcing in August that he had separated from Beverley Sharp, his 22-year-old wife