EastEnders stars ‘betting’ when Dani Dyer will have sex on Love Island

Cast and crew members at EastEnders have reportedly started an office sweepstake how long it will take their co-star’s daughter to romp on Love Island .

Dani Dyer , the daughter of TV hardman Danny Dyer , is one of the hopefuls heading into the ITV2 reality show this summer.

After previously saying she would never have sex on TV, she recently revealed that her dad had given his blessing.

However, that doesn’t mean she’ll do it.

She said: "My dad has given his blessing to have sex.


"But I am not going to, though. He said that because he doesn’t want me to worry and wants to put me at ease. He is so laid back.

"If I fall in love, he will cry too. He is like, ‘Whatever you have got to do, go and do it’."

But it seems the Mick Carter actor’s co-stars aren’t buying it and have started a secret sweepstake betting on if she’ll have sex, when she’ll have her first snog, when she’ll be booted off the show, and how long it will take her to mention her famous dad.

A BBC source told The Sun : "It’s all light-hearted at this point but if you were Danny you might be miffed to hear people betting on the outcome of your daughter’s foray into the limelight.


"It’s going to be a long summer for Danny if he’s subjected to hearing his colleagues joking about his daughter snogging, or more, on screen."

Dani said that actor Danny, 40, was not initially thrilled by her plans to do reality TV again, after she appeared on ITV2’s Survival Of The Fittest earlier this year.

But her nan convinced her to do Love Island, which is filmed in the Balearic Islands.

She said: "I thought, I’m young and while I’m single and not got much else…


"I spoke to my nan and she said, ‘Go and have eight weeks in Majorca. Go and enjoy yourself’.

"My nan watches the show. She said, ‘Just be respectful’."

Dani, whose mum is Jo Mas, said of her dad’s initial reaction: "He wasn’t overjoyed but he said to me, ‘I just want you to respect yourself’."

Mirror Online has contacted the BBC for comment.

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