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DEAN Gaffney’s mate roasts him for “dating girls his daughter’s age” in a hilarious Celebs Go Dating scene tonight.

The EastEnders actor dated 25-year-old Rebekah Ward even though she was just three years older than his twin girls and fans had commented on how similar they all looked.

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Dean Gaffney’s mate roasts him for ‘dating girls his daughter’s age’ in hilarious Celebs Go Dating scene

But she dumped him after he begged a mum-of-two on Facebook to send him snaps of her boobs and bum after he wrote flirty texts to the 26-year-old dental nurse.

In tonight’s episode, Tony ‘the truth’ Truman tells his pal: “I think you’ve got to look for the right type of girl. Instead of this trophy type girlfriend you love having on your arm.

“I know you want a pretty girl but sometimes you should go for personality, not one who wants to have the latest Instagram post.

“That’s what you’ve got to be careful of, choosing girls your daughter’s age. Would we want them to meet guys like us?”

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Dean’s mate Tony tells the EastEnders star to sort his act outCredit: Channel 4

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Dean with ex Rebekah, left, and his twin girls Chloe and Charlotte BurgeCredit: Instagram

Dean and Rebekah started dating shortly after he split from Sarah Burge, his childhood sweetheart and mother to his two children.

A source close to the former couple said at the time: “Dean hit the jackpot when he got together with Rebekah but now she’s told him to take a hike.

“She got bored of his antics and felt like a trophy on his arm, not a girlfriend he treasured and wanted to marry. Dean was gutted when it happened but Rebekah had reached the end of her tether and left him.

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Dean with his ex Rebekah Ward, 25Credit: Getty Images – Getty

“She feels like she is better off by herself and seeing as Dean thinks he’s some kind of stud, he’ll no doubt manage to charm someone else into being his girlfriend in no time.”

 




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