Patsy Palmer switched off her video call during an interview on Good Morning Britain after noticing the description on the screen called her an “addict.”
Since, she’s been at the centre of a lot of conversation after she initially appearing on the show to speak about her healthy lifestyle.
The stylish actress lives in Malibu, California, which is a far cry away from Albert Square.
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Patsy, 46, is mum to children Charley, 28, Fenton, 20, Emilia, 19, and 10-year-old Bertie, and she’s married to Richard Merkell, who she has been with for 20 years.
Patsy and Richard renewed their vows in the Caribbean 12 years after first tying the knot at Chelsea Register Office while they were registering Fenton’s birth.
The gorgeous star has had a successful career, and despite now being a DJ, Patsy sprang to fame as Bianca Jackson on BBC’s EastEnders in 1993.
So how much is the actress worth after her soap success? Let’s take a look…
What is Patsy Palmer’s net worth?
According to Idol Net Worth, Patsy Palmer has a net worth of $13 Million, which is roughly £9.3 million.
Patsy started her career at Anna Scher’s famous acting school in London, before making her debut in TV show The Gentle Touch in 1984.
She also appeared on Grange Hill in 1986 and 1987, and other credits of Patsy’s include BBC’s Tricky Business (1989), Love Hurts (1992) and The Bill (1993).
Much to the disappointment of EastEnders fans, Patsy left the show in 1999 but later reprised her role in 2002 for an EastEnders spin off about Ricky and Bianca.
She then returned again in 2007 but left in 2014.
Patsy has appeared on popular shows such as Strictly Come Dancing too, where she paired up with Anton Du Beke, and, more recently, The Masked Singer.
In April 2014, the actress revealed she and most of her family moved to Malibu, California.
Since then she made friends with the likes of Hollywood stars Camille Grammer and Cindy Crawford.
Speaking of her new life stateside, Patsy said: “We just wanted to try something new, we have a pretty normal life in an extraordinary place.”