Reader snaps Bradley Branning shopping in Dunmow

PUBLISHED: 18:03 01 April 2008 | UPDATED: 06:57 30 May 2010

Tonight Matthew, Nick Thompson IS Bradley Branning from Eastenders.
Dunmow.
March 31, 2008.
Photograph by Michael Boyton.
Pic shows: Candid photos of 'Bradley' around town.

Tonight Matthew, Nick Thompson IS Bradley Branning from Eastenders. Dunmow. March 31, 2008. Photograph by Michael Boyton. Pic shows: Candid photos of 'Bradley' around town.

WITHIN hours of our story about EastEnders star Bradley Branning being spotted in Dunmow High Street a reader e-mailed in saying she too had seen the BBC1 celebrity played by Charlie Clements. I m sure I saw Mr Branning in the charity shop on the high s

WITHIN hours of our story about EastEnders' star Bradley Branning being spotted in Dunmow High Street a reader e-mailed in saying she too had seen the BBC1 celebrity played by Charlie Clements.

"I'm sure I saw Mr Branning in the charity shop on the high street," said the mother-of-two who lives in the town, but wished to remain nameless. "He was looking at videos outside and then went in to try on a jacket. I had to do a double take before assuming that it must not be him. But then I saw your article on the Broadcast website and realised I must have had a close brush with fame.

"I watch EastEnders regularly and can't believe I missed the chance at an autograph. I just assumed he would be living in London so as to be near to filming...he is gorgeous though, I wonder where he lives!"

The star-spotter sneaked a snapshot, which she promptly e-mailed to our newsdesk, and wondered if anyone else had spotted the actor.

Let us know. Have you got any pictures of your brushes with fame? Have you seen any celebrities in the town? We would love to hear from you. E-mail us at editor@dunmow-broadcast.co.uk


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