People Are Freaking Out About This Photo Of Dean Gaffney, His Girlfriend And His Daughters
People Are Freaking Out About This Photo Of Dean Gaffney, His Girlfriend And His Daughters
People Are Freaking Out About This Photo Of Dean Gaffney, His Girlfriend And His Daughters
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People Are Freaking Out About This Photo Of Dean Gaffney, His Girlfriend And His Daughters

Dean Gaffney, AKA EastEnders' Robbie has caused a stir on social media by sharing a photo of himself surrounded by the three most important women in his life - his twin daughters and his girlfriend. The problem? No one can tell who is who!

Dean Gaffney is best known for his role as the hapless Robbie Jackson in EastEnders. He first starred in the show as a 15-year-old back in 1993 and remained in the show for 11 years. After his exit in 2003, he made a brief return for on-screen sister Sonia's wedding in 2004 then made a permanent return to the Square in 2015.

Outside of his EastEnders role, Dean is probably best known for his stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! in 2006. Finishing in fifth-place on the show, he hit headlines when he admitted to fellow campmate David Gest that he had had cheated on his then-fiancée and mother of his twin daughters, Sarah Burge. The couple eventually separated in 2013 after a string of affairs.

Dean has now been in a relationship with 26-year-old model Rebekah Ward for three years and a photo of the couple together with Gaffney's daughters taken back in 2016 has recently resurfaced on the web. In the snap, shared on Gaffney's Instagram, he poses with his arms around the three most important women in his life. He captioned the photo 'Everyman needs a good women behind him... I have 3!!!! #daughters #GF'.

The Internet went into overdrive after seeing the picture - as nobody could work out which of the stunning young women was his then-23-year-old girlfriend and which were his 19-year-old daughters...

Check out the video above as we reveal who's who!

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