ADAM Woodyatt has been spotted for the first time since it was revealed his estranged wife was struggling for food as he signed a six-figure deal.
The former EastEnders actor was all smiles as he stepped out following the signing of a lucrative I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of here contract.
Adam, 53, was seen arriving at Bath's Theatre Royal - where he is currently starring in a production of Looking Good Dead with Gaynor Faye.
The actor smiled towards the camera as he kept it casual in a black t-shirt and blue jeans - finishing his look with black trainers.
In the images exclusive to The Sun Online, Adam accessorised with an Apple watch, fit with a rainbow-coloured strap, as he grinned at photographers.
He arrived shortly after his stage co-star Gaynor, 50, who is best known for her role as Megan Macey in Emmerdale.
It comes shortly after it was revealed that Adam signed a six-figure deal - while his estranged wife Bev Sharp has been left struggling for food.
While the actor is set to pocket £250,000 from his appearance, a source said of Bev, 56: “She’s really been struggling.”
Previous exclusive pictures showed her clutching reduced-price food including bread, a fish pie and quiche on a shopping trip.
She once negotiated the EastEnders actor’s six-figure salary plus panto deals as his agent — and is mum to their two children.
But she is now said to be struggling financially — and has been given food parcels by worried family despite Adam's deal-signing success.
Adam, 53, — who plays Ian Beale in the BBC soap — has signed a contract reputed to be worth as much as £250,000 to appear in the reality show before their divorce has been settled.
Pals say Bev will get him back by having his voting number for the Bushtucker trials on speed dial.
An onlooker near her home in Borehamwood, Herts, said: “Bev looked a bit down on her luck and alone.
“You could see the yellow stickers used when food items are coming to the end of their sell by date.”
A pal of Bev added: “She has really struggled financially and relied on food donations on occasion recently from family and friends.”
The friend went on: “Adam can be pretty grumpy on occasion, by all accounts, so it’ll be interesting to see how he gets on with his fellow camp mates.
“I think it’s inevitable he’ll end up getting picked for lots of trials and I wouldn’t blame Bev if she had his number on speed dial after all the pain and upset he’s put her through.
“She is quite likely to be one of those voting for him, and I don’t think she will be alone in that.
“But on a serious note, I hope his time in the castle will give him time to reflect on how he’s treated Bev.
“She had been at his side and supporting him for so long before he walked out.
“You can tell that Adam likes his gourmet food just by looking at his Instagram. So I don’t know how he’ll get on eating rice and beans.”