EASTENDERS star Adam Woodyatt was spotted emptying the chemical toilet at his £93k camper van before cycling to work.
Adam – who is most well known for playing Ian Beale on the BBC soap – moved into the amazing mobile home after splitting from wife of 22 years Beverley Sharp.
The soap star was seen walking with the waste cassette as he headed to the designated waste disposal area.
Adam, who is in Newcastle playing Peter James in Looking Good Dead at the Theatre Royal, then jumped on his £6.5k Electric Bike.
The actor swapped his khaki shorts and classic black t-shirt for a some red cycling gear.
The TV star sported a thick beard and a pair of dark shades as he made his way to work.
Back in January, HOAR exclusively revealed that the divorce “turned toxic” over claim he’s not given his ex a “fair deal”.
The pair decided to go their separate ways in August 2019, but since then things have turned sour.
Now Adam, who is currently on a break from the BBC soap, has retreated to the countryside in his epic Bürstner motorhome for a bit of peace and quiet.
Back in April it was revealed that Adam swapped his London life for something a little quieter.
He bought the four-wheeled home ahead of a tour of the UK in an upcoming play but decided to move into it early, after the show’s start date was delayed from January to July.
He told Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 breakfast show: “I am loving my break, I’m having a ball. I’m getting ready for the tour which was supposed to have started in January, then it was supposed to start in April and then it was supposed to start in June – it keeps getting knocked back.
“But basically I’m in a motorhome.
“I’ve got a motorhome ready for the tour so I won’t have to worry about staying in hotels or anything like that.
“But I’ve taken advantage of it and I’m currently in a field in Devon.”
Adam confirmed the end of his marriage last August, with a rep for the actor revealing they had decided to separate the previous year.
Adam and Beverly, who wed in 1998, share two grown-up children together called Jessica and Samuel.
The soap star shot to fame in 1985 on EastEnders as his alter-ego Ian Beale.
Adam’s character Ian decided to take a break from Albert Square after finding out that his wife Sharon had been trying to kill him with poison.
Adam was written out of the soap so he could take on a role in an adaptation of the popular crime novel Looking Good Dead by Peter James.
Since then he’s wowed fans with his impressive facial hair on social media.