Danny Dyer admitted that he lost his virginity at the age of 14.
The 45-year-old actor was the one who revealed the shock During an appearance on ITV2’s Shopping with Keith Lemon, which airs Thursday night.
The EastEnders star told the comedian how he met his wife Jo when they were teenagers and “were early” due to their young age.
I was shocked! Danny Dyer admitted he lost his virginity at the age of 14 while appearing on ITV2’s Shopping with Keith Lemon, which airs Thursday night.
The couple are parents to Love Island star Danny, 26, daughter Sunny, 14, and son Artie, eight.
Elsewhere in the show, he saw Danny and Keith sitting enjoying a pint after going shopping in the Essex area.
Not holding back and going straight to the killer question, host Keith asked Dany what age he first had sex.
Acne: EastEnders star told comedian Keith how he met his wife Joe when they were just 14 and ‘were early’ due to their young age (Pictured in 2020)
“I was fourteen,” Danny replied confidently. Leaving Keith in shock, he continued, “Hey, I’ve been with her since I’m 13. 30 years in pain. Just kidding. Of course I love her with all my heart.”
He’s with the same lady I’m with now. We met very young, which is why we had a very young child.
“We were early so we had a baby when we were 18,” he explained.
Opening up: “I was fourteen,” Danny replied confidently. Leaving Keith in shock, he continued, ‘Hey, I’ve been with her since I’m 13’
Later in the interview, the “tough guy” said how he couldn’t remember “before being a parent” as he had his daughter Danny so early.
He and his eldest child host the highly successful podcast Sorted With The Dyers together.
With EastEnders’ impending exit date looming, Danny said he’d like to work more with the influencer.
The soap star, who is Santiago’s son’s grandfather, also joked about the 19-month-old’s name telling Keith that it sounded like the name of a “little Colombian drug dealer” before quickly adding that the little one was a “pretty little thing.”
Shocking: This comes after he discussed the shocking moment he told EastEnders bosses he ‘needs to leave or he’s going to die’ (pictured on the soap with Scott Maslen as Jack Branning)
Danny’s appearance comes after he discussed the shocking moment he told EastEnders bosses he “needs to leave or he’s going to die” during his previous struggle with drugs.
The broadcaster, who recently announced he is leaving the role of Mick Carter on the BBC series after nine years, has revealed the shocking reason why he temporarily left the show in 2017.
Speaking on Jaime Winstone’s new podcast, Greatest Night Ever, Danny recalled the moment he went “crazy crazy” during his time on the soap, putting his marriage to wife Joe in jeopardy.
Marriage: Danny explains that he made the confession to show bosses amid ‘doing loads of drugs’ and being ‘bad all the time’ to his wife Joe (pictured)
In the quotes he got the sun, he said, “I turned to the EastEnders chiefs and said, ‘Listen, I have to go somewhere. I will die. “
Danny explained that he made the confession to show bosses amid “heavy drug use” and being “having sex all the time” with his wife.
Fame has never suited me. I was always going the wrong way. So I lost the plot for many years and I was crazy.
The actor added, ‘I was doing a lot of drugs. I was looking for something. There was a hole in me and I couldn’t tell what it was.
He admitted that he realized he was trying to “fix his relationship” and become a “shadow” of himself if it continued.
“I knew I had to sort myself out because I was dealing with this point in the sense of what I was doing, and what I was doing away from it [Jo]Some of the situations I find myself in.
Earlier this year, Danny admitted that he wanted to leave EastEnders “for a while” as he spoke for the first time since he announced he was leaving the series.
Family: The couple are parents to Love Island star Danny, 26 (pictured with her parents in 2018), daughter Sunny, 14, and son Artie, eight.