EastEnders’ Jasmine Armfield ‘splits from boyfriend of two years’ Romell Henry
Jasmine Armfield and Romell Henry have reportedly split after two years of dating, according to reports.
The EastEnders star, 21, and her YouTuber beau, 25, had celebrated their two year anniversary in July, but have since ended their relationship according to sources.
An insider told The Sun: ‘It’s all over – she’s deleted all the photos of him and their holidays from Instagram.’
Jasmine, who played Bex Fowler on the soap, deleted all of the photos of her with Romell from her Instagram feed barring one snap of them together from March.
The last photo Romell has shared of Jasmine on his grid was from December last year, thought the pair still follow each other on Instagram.
Jasmine and Romell had previously shared photos from their trips together, including a holiday to Corfu and their quadbike tour of Center Parcs.
The actress, who was the fourth star to play Sonia Fowler’s daughter on the show, left EastEnders in March after the character went travelling.
While Sonia (Natalie Cassidy) had been devastated at her daughter’s decision to go travelling – even hiding her passport in an attempt to scupper her plans – Martin Fowler (James Bye) eventually convinced her to let Bex spread her wings.
Jasmine said at the time: ‘I’ve had such a fantastic time playing Bex Fowler and loved being part of EastEnders but now feels like the right time to try something new.’
Jon Sen, Executive Producer, added: ‘It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with Jasmine. She’s brought something incredibly special to the role of Bex and we will all miss her – both as a friend and colleague. We wish her the best of luck for the future.’
It’s not yet known when the character will return to Albert Square following her travels.
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