EastEnders star ties the knot in front of soap star pals in stunning ceremony


EASTENDERS star Charlie Wernham tied the knot today in front of a crowd of soap star pals.

The actor, currently playing far-right bully Aaron Monroe, said I do to fiancée Emma Collis at the stunning Gosfield Hall Wedding Venue in Essex.

Charlie Wernham tied the knot to Emma Collis today
Hollyoaks stars Daisy Wood Davis and Luke Jerdy celebrated the special day

Hollyoaks star Daisy Wood Davis and Luke Jerdy, who are set to marry themselves, shared a series of pictures from the special day.

They were joined by actress Jessica Ellis after they all grew close to Charlie during his stint on the Channel 4 soap before moving to Walford.

Charlie and Emma Collis got engaged on Valentine’s Day in 2021.

“Happy Valentine’s Day to this absolute Treacle. I’m grateful for you everyday. I can’t wait to say ‘I do’ and create more memories,” he wrote on the Instagram post announcing their engagement.

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The pair have been together for over seven years and celebrated their fifth anniversary on a holiday to Rome.

The couple are dog parents to three adorable pooches, Duke, Dolly & Ralph.

Charlie, 27, first rose to fame on BGT in 2008 as a young stand-up comedian.

He got nods from all three judges as he performed his routine in front of Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden.

Simon commented at the time: “We’ve had some rotten comedians on this show, but you’re the only one who’s made me laugh and told jokes that I could understand.”

While Amanda added that Charlie had “made her moan” with his routine.

With his three ‘yes’ votes, the teenager went through to the next round before making it to the semi-finals, where his journey on the show ended.

But since then, the talented youngster has gone from strength to strength with appearances on well-known programmes.

After enrolling at the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre school for a series of weekend classes, Charlie bagged a role in The Inbetweeners.

He played a bully who beat up Simon Cooper, one of the main characters played by Joe Thomas.

And he’s also very well known as the cheeky Mitchell in Jack Whitehall’s BBC3 series Bad Education.

He went on to be cast as Hollyoaks‘ Robbie Roscoe from 2013 to 2016.

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His role on EastEnders has been a huge talking point after he arrived to live with his dad Harvey (Ross Boatman) and younger sister Dana (Barbara Smith).

The youngster was thrown behind bars earlier this year after his involvement with a far-right group came to light.

The couple said I do at a stunning venue in Essex
Hollyoaks’ Jessica Ellis was also there to party
But his world is turned upside down when his son Aaron is brutally attacked
Charlie currently plays Aaron in Hollyoaks