Eddie Boxshall beams for selfies with EastEnders legends Michelle Collins and Martin Kemp

‘Thanks to these two legends’: Eddie Boxshall beams for selfies with EastEnders alumni Michelle Collins and Martin Kemp as they shoot new comedy film

Eddie Boxshall couldn’t contain his excitement on Monday as he beamed for selfies on Instagram with EastEnders ‘legends’ Michelle Collins and Martin Kemp.  

Commodities trader Eddie, 49, who is the ex of Denise Van Outen, seemed in high spirits as he filmed scenes with the EastEnders alumni. 

The former Gogglebox star has been shooting scenes in Kent with the actress and the Spandau Ballet star, both 60, as he posed in a black T-shirt and chunky glasses. 

Wow: Eddie Boxshall (left) couldn't contain his excitement on Monday as he beamed for selfies on Instagram with EastEnders 'legends' Michelle Collins (pictured) and Martin Kemp

Wow: Eddie Boxshall (left) couldn’t contain his excitement on Monday as he beamed for selfies on Instagram with EastEnders ‘legends’ Michelle Collins (pictured) and Martin Kemp

Michelle cozied into Eddie as she posed with her hand on her hip flashing a perfect white manicure while rocking a black V-neck dress. 

The TV presenter, who played Cindy Beale in the BBC soap from 1988 to 1998, donned a radiant palette of makeup including a smoky eye shadow. 

She styled her long blonde tresses in loose waves as they cascaded past her shoulders from a centre parting. 

Exciting: Commodities trader Eddie, 49, who is the ex of Denise Van Outen, seemed in high spirits as he filmed scenes for new film Miss The Kiss with the EastEnders alumni in Kent

Exciting: Commodities trader Eddie, 49, who is the ex of Denise Van Outen, seemed in high spirits as he filmed scenes for new film Miss The Kiss with the EastEnders alumni in Kent

Meanwhile, DJ Martin kept his look casual as he sported a plain black T-shirt for the snap with Eddie as they filmed their new film Miss The Kiss.

Eddie penned to the post: ‘Big love and thanks to these two legends in the game @michelledcollins and @martinjkemp for our short time on screen and set together for @fugitivefilmsproductions and @hyprr_films up and coming film Miss the Kiss ❤️ #actor #actress #missthekiss #film #newventure #nevertooold’.

Michell and Martin are longtime friends after she recommended the singer to join the cast of EastEnders, with him starting on the BBC soap just months after her departure in 1998. 

Soap: Michelle and the Spandau Ballet star, both 60, are longtime friends after the actress recommended Martin for EastEnders, with him starting on the BBC soap just months after her departure as Cindy Beale in 1998

Soap: Michelle and the Spandau Ballet star, both 60, are longtime friends after the actress recommended Martin for EastEnders, with him starting on the BBC soap just months after her departure as Cindy Beale in 1998

Martin starred on the series as Steve Owen from 1998 until 2002, while Michelle played Cindy Beale from 1988 to 1998, with a two-year break between 1990 and 1992.

The pair then went on to star together in 2004 movie Can’t Buy Me Love, which sees a man pretend he’s won the lottery in a bid to stop his wife from leaving him.

And they have now reunited for their new feature film Miss The Kiss, with little known about the upcoming comedy film.

TV role: Martin starred on EastEnders as Steve Owen (pictured with Tamzin Outhwaite as Mel Owen) from 1998 until 2002, while Michelle played Cindy Beale from 1988 to 1998

TV role: Martin starred on EastEnders as Steve Owen (pictured with Tamzin Outhwaite as Mel Owen) from 1998 until 2002, while Michelle played Cindy Beale from 1988 to 1998

Michelle has posted on-set snaps with the film name as a hashtag but the plot and their characters remain shrouded in mystery.

Recent the pals were joined on set by Denise Van Outen’s ex Eddie, who secured an acting role on the film.

Eddie’s romance with TV star Denise ended after seven years in January amid cheating claims. 

Friends: The pair then went on to star together in 2004 movie Can't Buy Me Love, which sees a man pretend he's won the lottery in a bid to stop his wife from leaving him

Friends: The pair then went on to star together in 2004 movie Can’t Buy Me Love, which sees a man pretend he’s won the lottery in a bid to stop his wife from leaving him

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