Danny Dyer has confessed to losing his virginity at the age of 14.
The 45-year-old actor made the shock revelation during an appearance on ITV2’s Shopping with Keith Lemon, which airs Thursday evening.
The EastEnders star told the comedian how he met his wife Jo when they were both teenagers and “got on early” due to their young ages.
Shocked! Danny Dyer has confessed to losing his virginity aged 14 during an all-encompassing appearance on the ITV2 show Shopping with Keith Lemon, which airs Thursday night
The couple are parents to Love Island star Dani, 26, daughter Sunnie, 14, and son Arty, 8.
Elsewhere in the show, a segment saw Danny and Keith sit down and enjoy a pint after going antique shopping in Essex.
Without holding back and going straight to the killer question, host Keith asked Danny at what age he first had sex.
Young love: The EastEnders star told comedian Keith how he met his wife Jo when they were both just 14 and “got on early” due to their young ages (pictured in 2020)
Danny confidently replied, “I was about 14.” Leaving Keith in shock, he continued: “Ya, I’ve been with her since I was 13. 30 odd years of fucking pain. Just kidding. Of course I love her with all my heart.
‘It’s with the same woman I’m with now. We got together very young, so we had a child at such a young age.
“We were early in it, so we had a kid when we were 18,” he explained.
Opening: Danny confidently replied, “I was about 14.” Leaving Keith in shock, he continued: “Ya I’ve been with her since I was 13.”
Later in the interview, the “tough man” said he couldn’t remember “being before parents” since he had his daughter Dani so early.
He and his oldest child co-host their hugely successful podcast, Sorted With The Dyers.
With his imminent departure from the EastEnders, Danny said he would like to work more with the influencer.
The soap star, who is grandfather to Dani’s son Santiago, also joked about the 19-month-old’s name, telling Keith it sounded like the name of a “little Colombian drug dealer,” before quickly adding that the toddler was “a beautiful little one thing”.
Shocking: It comes after he discussed the shocking moment he told EastEnders bosses he ‘must go or he’ll die’ (pictured on the soap with Scott Maslen as Jack Branning)
Danny’s appearance comes after he opened up about the shocking moment he told EastEnders bosses that he “had to go or die” during his previous struggle with drugs.
The presenter, who recently announced his departure as Mick Carter on the BBC series after nine years, revealed the shocking reason he temporarily left the show in 2017.
Speaking on Jaime Winstone’s new Greatest Night Ever podcast, Danny recalled the moment he went “fucking insane” during his time on the soap, which put his marriage to wife Jo in jeopardy.
Marriage: Danny explained that he made the confession to show bosses while he was “doing tons of drugs” and being a “c***” to his wife Jo (pictured) the entire time.
Quoting The Sun, he said: “I turned to the EastEnders bosses and said: ‘Listen, I have to go somewhere. I’m going to die.”
Danny explained that he made the confession to show bosses while he was “doing a lot of drugs” and being “a c*** all the time” to his wife.
“Fame has never suited me. I’d always fucking go the wrong way. So for many years I lost the plot and was freaking crazy,” he revealed.
The actor added: “I did a hell of a lot of drugs. i was looking for something There was a hole in me and I couldn’t figure out what the hell it was.
He admitted he knew he would “destroy” their relationship and become a “shadow” of himself if it continued.
“I knew I had to f*ck sort myself out because up to that point I was ak*** in the sense of what I was doing, what I was doing without her [Jo]some of the situations I would find myself in,” he continued.
Earlier this year, Danny admitted he was planning to leave EastEnders “for a while”, speaking for the first time since announcing his departure from the soap.
Family: The couple are parents to Love Island star Dani, 26 (pictured with her parents in 2018), daughter Sunnie, 14, and son Arty, eight