EastEnders star Danny Dyer has claimed that having sex with one person for the rest of your life is ‘a bit cruel’.

The actor, who portrays Mick Carter in the BBC One soap, opened up about his thoughts on the subject, revealing that he sometimes thinks about the idea of ‘free love’.

‘The idea of being with the same person and having sex with one person for the rest of your life is a bit cruel isn’t it?,’ he said.

‘I just think about the idea of free love. If you were around in the 60s.’

Danny, 44, claimed that men ‘grow up slightly’ when they’re over the age of 40.

”I think older men grow up slightly,’ he said on Sorted With The Dyers podcast. ‘You’ve got to hit 40 when they really think: “What the f*** have I been doing for 20 years?”

‘The majority of men, it takes a long time for us to get our s***
together. It was only really recently. I was a crank for many, many
years.

‘I’m always going to have that crankiness, but I suppose I can contain
it now.’

The EastEnders star also discussed his longterm relationship with wife Joanne Mas, calling it a ‘rare and beautiful’ thing.

‘I’ve been with the same bird since I was 13 years of age,’ he said. ‘It is rare and it is a beautiful thing, but it does come with its hiccups.’

Danny returned to screens in Tuesday’s (November 2) edition of EastEnders, following a short break.

Mick, his character, walked into beloved Queen Vic boozer to a fight, as daughter Nancy (Maddy Hill) and Frankie Lewis (Rose Ayling-Ellis) were at each other’s throats, causing a scene.

Viewers will know that Frankie and Nancy haven’t been getting along in recent months, after the latter discovered the former was driving the vehicle that nearly killed her. 

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