EastEnders Tilly Keeper looks worlds away from Louise Mitchell Netflix debut

EastEnders Tilly Keeper looks worlds away from Louise Mitchell Netflix debut


EastEnders' Louise Mitchell star Tilly Keeper left the soap for pastures new in 2020.

While Tilly has admitted she loved playing Louise on the soap for four years, her exit saw her branch out to wider audiences and the star ultimately landed a spot on Season 4 of Netflix favourite, You.

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Tilly was brought in as Lady Phoebe – a friend of killer Joe Goldberg, and heiress to a huge empire with a group of rich friends, including her boyfriend Adam.

As the series dropped on Netflix this week, Tilly has shared a number of behind-the-scenes snaps – and had support from her EastEnders pals too.

In one snap Tilly posed with her on-screen boyfriend Adam, played by Lukas Gage, as she donned a cream minidress and white trainers outside the manor estate.

Adam was seen matching her colour scheme in a pair of trousers and a button-down shirt.

Another photo saw Tilly donning a black tunic dress with gems around the collar as she put her hand on her legs and leaned forward for a selfie.

She was also donning a pair of black sunnies while her blonde locks were tied back in a high bun while two bits of hair fell to frame her face.

Another snap saw Tilly holding a penis candle which was inspired from a very seductive scene filmed for the series.

As she shared the photos to Instagram she merely captioned the photo with three emojis and the likes fell in abundance hitting 18,000 at the time of publication.

Her EastEnders pal Jacqueline Jossa wrote: "I am loving it, well done darling!"

While Dani Dyer wrote: "You are amazing! Well done babe."

Her co-star Lukas added: "You are a star a queen a goddess," meanwhile other fans couldn't help but link back to her character Louise, with one person writing: "Phil Mitchell would not be happy."

Part one of Netflix's You arrived on February 9, with the second part of the series set to arrive on the streaming platform exactly one month later on March 9.

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