Woodburn was actually dishing out advice to Suki Panesar, the ex of Peace's soap character Eve Unwin, after their affair ended earlier this year.
On Twitter a fan revealed they had posed as Suki to purchase a personal message from Woodburn, asking her for advice on their love dilemma.
Sharing the video, the fan wrote: "This being the best 25 quid I've ever spent like I've genuinely never laughed so hard."
Reacting to the clip of Woodburn, Peace shared a video of herself laughing uncontrollably with the caption: "Absolutely genius. I'm loving the idea of the thought process you went through to arrive here …… It's quite uniquely brilliant!"
The letter, as read by Woodburn in the video message, explained that Suki had been having an affair with Eve behind her husband's back for a year, and was now "finally ready to come out as a lesbian" but was "very scared".
I’m loving the idea of the thought process you went through to arrive here 😆…… It’s quite uniquely brilliant! 😆❤️ pic.twitter.com/eV4AMTbI4q
— Heather Peace 💙 (@heatherpeace) September 21, 2023
Responding to Suki's dilemma, Woodburn said it was a "delicate" issue and advised her to think long and hard about leaving her husband, because the grass isn't always greener.
However, Woodburn also assured Suki not to be scared about coming out, stressing there was "nothing to be ashamed of", but urged her to think about whether she really does still love her husband.
"Make sure you're doing the right thing," she added in the video message. "I love you very much, obviously your girlfriend Eve does as well. Not up to us! Think it out."
EastEnders fans were left devastated earlier this year when Suki and Eve ended their relationship.
However recent scenes have shown the pair still have a lot of affection for each other, with Suki helping Eve last month after she struggled following the revelation that Caz was the woman who killed her twin sister.
Meanwhile, Balvinder Sopal, who plays Suki, recently praised EastEnders for putting "powerful women at the forefront of storytelling" in its Christmas mystery storyline.
Suki will be a part of the big storyline alongside soap mainstays Kathy Beale, Sharon Watts, Denise Fox, Stacey Slater and Linda Carter.
"The fact that EastEnders is matching Suki up with other members of the Walford community as part of 'The Six' is absolutely brilliant, and the fact they are all women is amazing," Sopal said.
"It bumps up that sisterhood feeling, and it puts powerful women at the forefront of storytelling about connection, friendship and love."
EastEnders airs on Mondays - Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.
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