EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley ‘beside herself’ as she makes exciting discovery…

Lorraine plays Karen Taylor in the BBC soap

BBC EastEnders star Lorraine Stanley is ‘beside herself’ as she made an exciting discovery about where she lives.

The soap actress, who recently celebrated her 43rd birthday, posted a picture on her Twitter showing she has found an Aldi supermarket!

In the tweet Lorraine wrote: “Yes I found an @AldiUK near me!! #aldi #loveabargain”.

She then followed up the tweet with: “Beside meself”.

Fans loved her reaction to the supermarket.

One wrote: “Aldi Queen”.

Another put: “You look as happy as me when I find a pub”.

A third added: “Love it!!”

Lorraine, who plays the hilarious Karen Taylor, joined the soap in 2017.

Karen moved onto Albert Square with five of her six children: Keanu, Keegan, Bernadette, Chatham and Riley.

Her daughter Chanetelle recently moved to Albert Square with her husband Gray and children Mia and Mackenzie.

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Her ex-boyfriend Mitch has also moved onto the Square, and her sister Kandiceplayed by former S Club 7 member Hannah Spearritt, has made several appearances.

Earlier this year Mitch, who is the father of Chantelle and Keegan, was doing some work for Karen and had a young girl with him.

It was later revealed that the young girl was his daughter Bailey, making her Keegan and Chantelle’s half-sister.

Karen and Keegan built a bond with Bailey (Credit: BBC)

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It turned out Bailey was a young carer for her mother, Dinah, who had multiple sclerosis.

Over the past few months viewers have seen Bailey build a bond with her older half-brother Keegan and Karen, as they supported her when Dinah died after taking her own life.

EastEnders is on Mondays and Fridays at 8pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm

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