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Inside Adam Woodyatt’s swanky £93k motorhome with underfloor heating, as seen on EastEnders.


It’s the most Ian Beale thing ever. “I’ve got nothing left,” Ian Beale cried into Phil Mitchell’s shoulder on EastEnders in 2014, before descending into a period of homelessness.


Actor Adam Woodyatt is currently touring the country in a swanky motorhome, which is somewhat ironic.

According to a spokesperson for motorhome company Bürstner, photos published by The Mirror reveal the gorgeous interior of the Ian Beale actor’s new home, which typically sells for £93,000.

Adam, 52, is taking a break from his role on EastEnders to travel around the country in his brand new motorhome.

On Instagram, the actor has been very active, posting numerous photos of himself biking and exercising, sometimes with fellow Albert Square alumnus Jake Wood.

It may be an opportunity for Adam to reconnect with nature, but he’s doing so in style, with his motorhome outfitted with a slew of wicked cool features.

Plush leather sofas, seductive cushions, and (depending on the model) a drop-down bed are all on the menu.

Oh, no, we’re not finished yet.

After a day of cycling with Max Branning, there’s mood lighting, a hail-proof roof, a full double bed, and – wait for it – underfloor heating. This isn’t nomadland.

If you’re wondering if you can get a model like Adam’s, you’ll be disappointed to learn that second-hand models aren’t much cheaper.

Motorhomes with 10,000 miles on the clock sell for between £75,000 and £80,000 on average.

In fact, Adam’s motorhome is probably more advanced than the majority of actual homes.

According to the Camper UK website, Bürstner campervans have “modern building techniques with ergonomically devised interiors to create a motorhome that not only excels in drivability but has comfort and relaxation at the very forefront of its design.”

You can’t blame Adam for his opulent caravan; he’s been on EastEnders since the very first episode in 1985, and he probably needed a break.

The actor is currently awaiting the start of his next theatre project, a tour of Looking Dead Good, which is set to begin in July.

“I’ve got a motorhome ready for the tour so I won’t have to worry about staying in hotels or anything like that,” Adam said on Zoe Ball’s radio show.

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I’m really enjoying my break; I’m having a great time.

“I’m getting ready for the tour, which was supposed to start in January, then April, then June – it keeps getting pushed back, but I’m basically in a motorhome.”

Due to his theatre commitments, Adam told The One Show that he would not be returning to Albert Square until “at the earliest” 2022.

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