EastEnders' star Jessica Plummer wants to make daughter Noa 'proud'
EastEnders star Jessica Plummer shared some sweet photos of her daughter Noa with her fans.
The actress, 28, vowed to make four-year-old Noa ‘proud’ after leaving the BBC soap, where she played Chantelle Atkins.
In three photos posted on Instagram the mother and daughter gave a glimpse of their chilled out day together as they mucked about in their home.
Jessica, looking relaxed in a striped top and shorts, cuddled up to Noa before tickling her to make her laugh.
The third photo saw cheeky Noa sticking her tongue out while snacking on a plate of grapes.
The soap star captioned the pictures: ‘Long as I’m making her proud’ adding an emoji of a crown.
It comes after she landed her first post-EastEnders role in a series called Auditions, directed by Sheridan DeMeyers.
Inside Trak shared a behind-the-scenes look at Jessica getting to work on set with Sheridan.
Jessica exited the soap last month in heartbreaking scenes when Chantelle was killed by her abusive husband Gray.
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🎬 On set with 'Auditions' Director & Writer Sheridan DeMyers. Actor Jessica Plummer & Sheridan discuss direction for her next scene. #behindthescenes #insidetrak #onsetlife #actorslife #acting #onsetbehindthescenes #actors #actorsaccess #actorsworld #tv #tvshow #tvseries #jessicaplummer #actors #director #directorslife #directoronset #writer #scriptwriter #comedy #newseries @sheridandemyers @jessicakate_plummer
After her final scenes went out, a devastated Jessica took to Instagram to say the role was ‘a dream come true’.
She wrote: ‘Now that the dust has slightly settled, I’d just like to say..
‘On a personal note, I am in absolute bits to be leaving the show. I miss even this bits I thought I hated (that dodgy outside toilet near the police station with 20 million spiders).
‘All of it has been a dream come true. Without getting speechy, I owe SO many people my thanks for believing in me on my journey.’
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CHANTELLE 💔 The news is finally out 😢 More than anything, I hope this storyline will help save lives. It’s been such a privilege playing Chantelle Atkins and telling her story. Thank you so much for all the kind messages. No one should have to suffer alone like Chantelle 💔 National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 109 9238
She added: ‘I came from a girl band, wanting nothing more than to prove myself as the actor I trained to be.
‘I was trusted with such an important story, on one of the most iconic soaps in history.
‘Thank you!! It has been an unbelievable 20 months.
Finally I can watch EastEnders again as a viewer, without cringing whenever I hear my voice.’
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