NATALIE Cassidy has shared a sweet snap of her rarely-seen daughters posing outside their incredible autumn-themed front door.
The EastEnders star, 39, is mum to Eliza, 11 – from a previous relationship – and five-year-old Joanie, who she shares with fiance Marc Humphreys.
Sonia Fowler actress Natalie posted the photo on Instagram, showing the girls posing in front of a huge seasonal arch around the door.
She captioned it: "When you get home from a long day and your daughters have had a lovely evening together with no arguments. Perfect. 🤣.
"Every time I get home my new autumn door makes me so happy. Thank you @thedoordisplaycompany for creating this for me- just the best! 🍁🎃🍂."
Natalie recently opened up about her weight-loss journey and confessed to having regrets over her two fitness DVDs.
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She released two weight-loss DVDs, Natalie Cassidy's Then and Now in 2007, and The Perfect Ten years later.
Opening up on the Comfort Eating with Grace Dent podcast, the actress said she put all the weight back on shortly after the deal.
"I was very overweight and they approached me and said listen, we're going to give you £100,000, we're going to get you really fit and you're going to lose four stone," Natalie explained.
"I was like, 'Happy days, let's go for it'. I just thought, 'That's a lot of money' but it wasn't the right thing to do.
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"It wasn't – you are losing a lot of weight in a three or four-month period, twelve or sixteen weeks, low calories and training every day.
"I got there, and as soon as that DVD came out, I ate for England. I put all the weight back on in eight weeks."
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