MAISIE Smith has been linked to her former EastEnders co-star Zack Morris, 23, who played Keegan, after they were spotted leaving the cinema together and heading back to his house.
The pair, who play married couple Tiffany Butcher and Keegan Baker on the BBC1 soap, were seen entering his flat together, before they left separately the next morning.
It came after Zack’s ex-girlfriend accused Maisie, 20, of being the other woman in their relationship.
They were spotted strolling together after the flick, with Zack, 22, at one point walking behind Maisie, who had her hooded top pulled up over a cap.
But in an exclusive interview with Fabulous, she shakes her head at the idea of them being together romantically.
She says: “It’s similar to Hrvy in that we are just very close.
“Me and Zack worked every single day together, so we built such a nice friendship and we meet up.
“Because he’s the opposite sex, people just jump to conclusions that we are an item. We’re actually just good friends.”
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Maisie is building up a reputation as a fully fledged influencer, with videos of her dancing, singing and comedy skits racking up an impressive 2.3 million followers.
Recently, however, she alarmed her followers by posting a video of her crying, saying she felt “useless” and “pointless”.
She says: “I didn’t want anyone to worry about me, but it’s important to show that it doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, everyone has up and down days.
“Sometimes I just wake up and I feel like I haven’t got my spark – it isn’t there. Social media can be fake. But I’m trying to be more authentic and say: ‘Look, I’m having a crap day.’ I got so many messages, and it’s nice to just see that everyone cares.
My mum knows when I’m feeling bad because we talk about everything. Me, her and my sister are like triplets
“My mum knows when I’m feeling bad because we talk about everything. Me, her and my sister are like triplets.
“Mum laps it up when people say she looks like my older sister. My sister works in TV production, so we are opposites, but she completely gets it.
“One day she’s going to make a film, I’m going to be in it and my mum will be involved somewhere.
“She is my momager. She’s always like: ‘Let’s do a TikTok’! She actually was one of the waitresses on EastEnders like 20 years ago! She’s convinced that she is going to be on Strictly at some point, too.”
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