Watch as EastEnders' Tiffany and Grant have the sweetest reunion

Former EastEnders couple Martine McCutcheon and Ross Kemp have been reunited after 18 years.

The pair, who played Albert Square’s Tiffany and Grant back in the 90s, got to see each other again when they both appeared on Loose Women.

They were clearly thrilled to see each other and shared a warm hug.

And Martine cheekily squeezed Ross’s cheek before sitting down beside him.

Martine, 40, told how she and Ross, 52, loved working together and had “a code” between them when they were shooting scenes.

“For me it’s some of the best times ever… We had each other’s back,” said the actress.

The pair were last together on the soap in 1998, when Tiffany was killed after being hit by a car.

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