EastEnders Tina has 'low self-worth'
Luisa Bradshaw-White says her 'EastEnders' character Tina Carter has "low self-worth" and this is why she doesn't break up with her abusive girlfriend Tosh
EastEnders' Tina Carter has "low self-worth".
Luisa Bradshaw-White, who plays the loveable Walford character, thinks it's difficult for her to split from girlfriend Tosh (Rebecca Scroggs) despite the firefighter often mistreating her.
She told heat magazine: "Tina has low self-worth and Tosh twists things and makes Tina believe she needs her. and I think they actually do have fun."
Tina recently moved in with Tosh, but she is harbouring a secret after passionately kissing Sonia Fowler (Natalie Cassidy).
Luisa says she and Natalie have great fun working together.
She explained: "Me and Natalie did a scene where we were drunk and we were laughing so much that, when they said 'Cut!', the whole crew had the giggles."
The former 'Holby City' actress joined 'EastEnders' last year as part of the new Carter family and is thoroughly enjoying working with the rest of the clan, including Danny Dyer.
She gushed: "My favourite stuff is when we all find each other funny on screen and everybody really laughs at each other. Nancy [Maddy Hill] and Tina have the same humour and I love it when we're ripping the p**s out of Mick [Danny]."