Danny and Love Island winner Dani will be joined by a host of famous faces on the show, who all hope they’ll unearth some hidden treasure.
The programme returns next week and will feature couples including Countdown’s Rachel Riley and her husband Pasha Kovalev, broadcaster Eamonn Holmes and actor Victoria Smurfit, 1980s pop stars Martin and Shirlie Kemp, and dancing duo AJ and Curtis Pritchard.
Eastenders ‘ Danny is no stranger to stepping outside Albert Square having previously appeared in an astonishing episode of BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?
The actor, who plays burly publican Mick Carter in the soap discovered he was a direct descendant of both Henry VIII’s right-hand man Thomas Cromwell and every English king from Edward III right back to William the Conqueror.
After a roller coaster of emotions that ended with Danny returning home with a scroll of his royal lineage and his wife, Joanne, dancing into the house proclaiming: “I’m a princess! I’m a princess!” Danny told the camera crew: “Can you get off my drive now please, pauper?”
The star’s daughter Dani shot to fame when she won Love Island with Jack Fincham in 2018.
She has also starred in Eastenders as well as giving birth to her first child Santiago in January.
Santi’s father is disgraced conman Sammy Kimmence, who was convicted of conning two pensioners out of £34,000 and is currently serving a prison sentence.
There’s no doubt Dani and her dad will enjoy their time on Antiques Road Trip and have the chance to bag a serious bargain.
The programme experienced a show first earlier this year after an item host Paul Laidlaw spotted sold for £20,000.
The antiques expert picked up the rare camera for just £60 in an antique store in Margate, Kent, whilst shopping for collectables.
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The price continued to fly at auction until the auctioneer closed the hammer saying: “At £20,000 online, at £20,000 if we’re all done, £20,000.”
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip series 10 begins on Tuesday 2 November at 7pm on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.Internet Explorer Channel Network