Dean Gaffney Is Keen To Seek Advice From Danny Dyer After He Became Young Grandpa At 43
Dean Gaffney recently announced that he has become a grandfather at the age of 43.
And the actor says that since most of his friends are becoming parents rather than grandparents, there aren’t many people he can call for advice — with the exception of EastEnders star Danny Dyer, also 43.
So in an effort to get some advice on navigating his new role — after his 24-year-old daughter Chloe gave birth to a daughter named Mimi — former Robbie Jackson star contestant Danny yearns for his daughter Danny Dyer They welcomed son Santiago this year – on how best to play the role of doting grandad.
EastEnders legend Dean said sun on sunday : “I am very proud. A lot of my classmates have become parents, but I am a grandfather of the same age.
“The only person I know who is in the same boat as me is Danny Dyer, who has a 43-year-old grandson.
He said, “I’ll call him for advice. We can do babysitting together.”
Last week, Dean revealed the happy news that his family was growing when he took over Instagram Tuesday.
He posted an adorable snapshot with newborn Mimi and wrote, “Welcome to this crazy world, my beautiful granddaughter Mimi.
“I am happy to announce that I am GRANDAD.”
He continued, “I can’t believe my baby is now a mother, proud is an understatement. Chloe and Declan are going to be such wonderful parents. Baby Mimi, born 07.07.2021.. 7lbs 14oz.”
Dean went on to highlight the fact that he was a slightly younger grandfather through teasing: “Just to thank everyone in advance, I know I don’t look old enough to be a dad, let alone a grandfather!”
Mimi is the daughter of Chloe – one of the Deans’ twin daughters, including his other daughter Charlotte, whom he shares with ex-partner Sarah Berg.
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Dean was 19 years old when he first became a father – and at the height of his fame in the EastEnders.
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