Hollyoaks’ Tamara Wall announces she’s engaged to boyfriend Gareth Jones

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  • Hollyoaks star Tamara Wall has announced on social media that she is now engaged to her boyfriend Gareth Jones.

    The 40-year-old announced the happy news on social media, with a tweet saying: ‘#engaged💍’.

    #engaged💍

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    The special moment happened when Tamara and Gareth were on holiday together in Ibiza, after a whirlwind romance.

    The couple have only together for a few months, but that didn’t stop Tamara from posting numerous loved-up selfies while on the idyllic Spanish island.

    Alongside one of them, she wrote: ‘Nothing quite like nighttime in Ibiza with the one you love #cringealert’.

    She usually posts about their romance on social media, and had called Gareth her ‘soulmate’ in her posts before.

    Soulmates …….. ❤️

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    Captioning one where they’re seen kissing at sunset by the Thames in London, she wrote: ‘Soulmates …….. ❤️’.

    Fans were quick to congratulate the star, with one saying: ‘aww so happy for you hun! Huge congratulations to you both’.

    Another wrote:’OMG yes bloody congratulations I’m so proud of you ❤️❤️❤️❤️’.

    A third said: ‘Congratulations to you both 🎉🥂🥂🥂👰🏼🤵xx’.

    The actress later posted another snap of the two, giving fans a glimpse of the gorgeous ring Gareth used to pop the question.

    Alongside the picture, the soap star wrote: ‘The moment he got down on one knee 😍😍’.

    The moment he got down on one knee 😍😍

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    Speaking about her work in Hollyoaks, where she plays Grace Black, Tamara said that all the cast and the rest of staff are like a family, and rely on each other when they have a down day.

    She told Closer: ‘Hollyoaks is like one big family – especially as a lot of the cast aren’t from the area, so we’re not close to family and friends.

    ‘If you have a down day – you’ve got so many people around you to pick you up and can call any one of them, that’s the lovely thing about it.’