Lacey Turner gave fans a rare glimpse of her two young children as she shared cute photos of the little ones over Easter.
The 34 year old posted a snap of daughter Dusty, two, and one year old son Trilby, whom she shares with husband Matt Kay, on Instagram.
She captioned the post: “My world”, adding a white love heart emoji.
In the photo, the two children are seen with their backs to the camera, huddled over a sofa side-by-side while watching the TV.
The sweet siblings appear to be completely focused by the show as they sport clashing dinosaur and rainbow-printed pyjamas.
Followers were quick to praise Lacey and her family in the comment section and also noticed another striking aspect captured, as one person quipped: “I absolutely love that you have Kat Slater wallpaper."
Lacey – who plays Stacey Slater in EastEnders — had her bold leopard print wallpaper in full view in the picture.
Lacey's on-screen cousin Kat has a penchant for animal print and so it didn’t take long for Lacey’s followers to make the soap connection as they laid eyes on the busy décor.
"Gorgeous little monkeys. Can I ask where your leopard [sic] print wall paper is from?" someone asked, before another fan added jokingly: "Her auntie Kat!"
Lacey also shared pictures of her two children celebrating on Easter Monday, uploading several shots of Dusty and Trilby dressed in cute costumers as they went on an Easter egg hunt outdoors.
In one photo, Dusty is seen sat amongst a pile of eggs on the grass whilst wearing an orange striped dress and pink hat with a furry dog by her side.
Another snap shows Dusty sporting an adorable Easter bonnet with bunny figures and eggs on top.
Baby boy Trilby is seen in one snap with his back turned again, cutely dressed in a blue Easter bunny costume indoors and in a fourth shot, showing off the front of his costume — complete with bunny ears — as he gave a smile to the camera.
"Happy Easter from mine to yours,” mum Lacey captioned the sweet photos.
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