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EastEnders Danielle Harold’s bladder condition and how it affects her ahead of I’m a Celeb

Former EastEnders star Danielle Harold is going into the I’m A Celeb… jungle, but she could face problems.

“It’s been a long time since Penny Branning was in Walford, and she’s a very different person from the one our viewers might remember,” stated Chris Clenshaw, executive producer of EastEnders. We love Kitty’s addition to the programme, and we can’t wait for Penny to return to Albert Square.

Danielle will not be living the life she had ever dreamed of because she had a chronic bladder ailment at school that interfered with her education.

After leaving school with just one GCSE, she worked as a waitress before being accepted into Jamie Oliver’s curriculum, Jamie’s Dream School, which changed her life.

In the 2011 documentary series, the TV chef enrolled troubled teenagers in a unique school where they received instruction from celebrities and professionals in their industry.

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EastEnders Danielle Harold’s bladder condition and how it affects her ahead of I’m a Celeb

Former EastEnders star Danielle Harold is going into the I’m A Celeb… jungle, but she could face problems.

By CHANELLE GEORGINA, Senior Health Reporter based in London, covering health concerns since 2020.

09:30, Sat, Nov 11, 2023 | UPDATED: 12:03, Sat, Nov 11, 2023

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Danielle Harold left Albert Square in May of this year as her character, Lola Pearce, was killed off in EastEnders by terminal brain cancer.

Now, the 31-year-old is leaving the chilly weather in Britain for a warmer climate Down Under. On November 19, the actress is expected to be joining fellow camp mates in the jungle for the latest season of I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out Of Here!

Danielle will be far away from a life she had ever imagined for herself as, at school, she suffered from a long-term bladder condition that affected her schooling.

Having left school with only one GCSE to her name, she became a waitress and then landed a life-changing spot on the Jamie Oliver programme, Jamie’s Dream School.

The documentary series, which aired in 2011, saw the TV chef enrolling struggling teens into a special school where they were taught lessons by celebrities and experts in their field.

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Having thrived on the show, Harold won scholarship money to further her career which she spent on a drama teacher and acting agent. Before long, she was auditioning for EastEnders.

At 15, she was diagnosed with a chronic bladder infection. Although not going into further detail about the exact bladder condition she suffered from, Medline Plus explains that numerous conditions can affect the organ. Some of the most common bladder conditions include:

  • Cystitis – inflammation of the bladder, often from an infection
  • Urinary incontinence – loss of bladder control
  • Overactive bladder – a condition in which the bladder squeezes urine out at the wrong time
  • Interstitial cystitis – a chronic problem that causes bladder pain and frequent, urgent urination.

The first common problem, cystitis, is a urinary tract infection (UTI) that also affects the bladder.

Should Danielle suffer from cystitis, and then experience symptoms on the ITV show, it could mean an uncomfortable time for her.

Other contestants expected to be in the line-up for I’m A Celeb… 2023 include politician Nigel Farage, Britney Spears’ younger sister Jamie-Lynn Spears, and JLS singer Marvin Humes.

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