EastEnders stars Aaron Sidwell (Steven Beale) and Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) may have a rocky relationship on screen, but off it they’re the best of friends.
And it’s clear their daughters are too after Aaron shared a cute picture of his two girls holding hands with Jac’s little one Ella Osborne.
Captioning the image: “Buddies”, it’s clear little Ella’s in charge as she leads her friends around!
It’s not the first time Aaron’s posted pictures of the girls hanging out together, so it’s clear the families love to spend time together.
Aaron and his girlfriend, Tricia Adele-Turner, also get along with Jacqueline’s new husband Dan Osborne.
The actor shared a picture of them all hanging out looking glam at this year’s British Soap Awards.
And Aaron was one of the attendees at Jac and Dan’s recent wedding.
The couple married on June 24 in a fairy tale ceremony at a mansion once owned by Gary Barlow!
They’ve shared a series of gorgeous snaps from their big day and admitted to OK! Magazine it “felt like they’d fallen in love all over again.” Aw!
Aaron has two children with his ex-wife, Grace Isted. Their first daughter, Matilda Bethany, was born in 2009, and Isla Grace followed in 2012.
Although Grace and Aaron split up, he’s happily loved up with Tricia now.
It’s a good thing it’s all smiles in their personal lives as on screen, Jac and Aaron’s characters, Lauren and Steven, are locked in a huge storyline.
Aware Lauren was planning to leave him and flee to New Zealand to be with his brother, Peter, Steven faked a brain tumour to get her to stay.
She of course has stuck by his side, but isn’t overly happy about being tied to him for however long he’s got left.
This week, Steven’s been trying to get her to give him parental responsibility for her son with Peter, Louie, but she’s not keen.
To trap her even further, Steven got down on one knee in Tuesday night’s episode and proposed in front of everyone in The Vic.
Forced into saying yes by the public nature of the proposal, Lauren doesn’t know how she’s going to get out of this mess.