EastEnders Dayle Hudson India. The actor posted a series of pictures and videos of them together, writing: “She’s the only one

[ EastEnders star Dayle Hudson reveals girlfriend India as they lie in bed joking ‘she’s the only one who puts up with me’ ]
EASTENDERS star Dayle Hudson snuggled up in bed with his model girlfriend India in a cute Valentine’s post.

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The actor posted a series of pictures and videos of them together, writing: “She’s the only one who’ll put up with me.”

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Dayle also shared a snap of a pancakes-and-fruit breakfast they had been enjoying with tea and a bowl full of watermelon slices.

India is a model, dancer and yoga enthusiast while Dayle joined the cast of EastEnders last year as long-running character Peter Beale.

He soon found a huge fanbase as the seventh actor to play the role, with fans keen on seeing a “fit” version of Ian Beale’s son.

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