EastEnders icon Jessie Wallace picks up a healthy salad as she fills up her Range Rover after she was seen speaking to police near her home
Jessie Wallace was pictured looking trim when she picked up a healthy salad for lunch at a local petrol station in London on Thursday.
She wore a khaki top with navy tracksuit bottoms and trainers and kept cosy in a shearling coat.
EastEnders icon: Jessie Wallace picked up a healthy salad as she filled up her Range Rover in London on Thursday two weeks after she was seen speaking to police near her home
She wore her locks in a high ponytail and balanced her glasses on her head.
Her outing comes just over two weeks since she was seen speaking to police officers near her London home alongside her daughter Tallulah, 16.
She had emerged in her slippers to speak to two police officers, who parked their squad car in the middle of a suburban street on 28 December.
Looking trim: She wore a khaki top with navy tracksuit bottoms and trainers and kept cosy in a shearling coat
She was flanked by Tallulah, who she shares with her policeman ex Dave Morgan, as they engaged in the strained conversation with the law-enforcement officers.
Jessie and her daughter were similarly-clad in comfortable garb as they spoke to and gesticulated at the police officers, who were pointing at a Range Rover.
MailOnline contacted police officials and Jessie’s representative for comment at the time.
Tallulah’s father Dave was a policeman when he was dating her mother over 10 years ago, before the couple split shortly after Jessie gave birth in 2004.
Starring role: Jessie is best known for playing Kat Slater in EastEnders
The actress, who plays Kat Slater in EastEnders, previously blasted Met Police’s failure to investigate when Tallulah was mugged in north London in 2018.
Jessie recalled how Tallulah was robbed by a gang in Muswell Hill when she was just 14. She detailed how police failed to investigate the crime after calling at the house in the early hours of the next morning, seven hours after the attack.
Jessie’s appearance comes after it was revealed her firm owed around £40,000 in unpaid tax as her company was ‘fully wound up’, official documents show.
The report, shared by Companies House last month, follows the aftermath of her firm Thatcher Promotions Limited being placed in voluntary liquidation in 2015.
According to the agency, Jessie’s company owed a total of £69,614 to the HMRC in unpaid corporation tax and VAT which liquidators have since been trying to regain.
Ouch! Jessie’s appearance comes after it was revealed her firm owed around £40,000 in unpaid tax as her company was ‘fully wound up’, official documents show