Danny Dyer building a replica of the Queen Vic in his garden
'EastEnders' actor Danny Dyer has revealed his plans to build a replica of the soap's iconic Queen Vic pub in his back garden
Danny Dyer is planning to build a "mini Queen Vic" in his back garden.
The 'EastEnders' actor, who plays pub landlord Mick Carter in the BBC One soap, is moving into a new house and has revealed he's set aside a plot for a replica of the iconic building.
He said: "When we move to the new house I've got an annexe at the back and I'm going to build a mini Queen Vic. That's going to be my man cave, my little boozer. I've got the props guys from the show coming around with the actual blueprints to the pub. I'll have a little Queen Victoria bust and everything and a little sign outside. I'm going to completely Vic it up."
The 37-year-old star - who is planning to tie the knot with his fiancee and childhood sweetheart Joanna Mas next year - claims living with her and his two daughters Dani, 18, and Sunnie, eight, means he's constantly being told to clean up after himself.
Danny - who also has 19-month-old son Arty with Jo - shared: "I'm ruled by women and I love it! I'm constantly getting it in the neck for flicking ash and missing the ashtray, and I'm a bit rubbish - if there's a pile of ironing that Jo's taken hours to do an I don't take mine upstairs, I get a rollicking."
Dani - who is currently starring alongside Martin Kemp in 'Age of Kill' - added to OK! magazine: "Mum gets the hump when he leaves his trainers laying around. It's taking a liberty. We always keep on top of him. We go, 'Dad, pack it in, what are you doing?' He gets away with nothing."