EASTENDERS’ Jessica Plummer shares adorable photos of her beautiful daughter, Noa, four, as she lands her first role since leaving the soap.
The TV star, 28, looks stunning in the candid snaps as she cuddles up to her little girl, wearing cute shorts and top combo showing off her toned figure.
Jessica recently made her dramatic exit from EastEnders after her character Chantelle Atkins was killed off by her evil husband Gray.
The actress posted the photos to social media of her and Noa beaming for the camera with the caption: “Long as I’m making her proud" alongside a crown emoji.
Jessica’s last scenes aired last month but the soap star has already landed her next acting role and is currently filming scenes for new TV series called Auditions.
Written and directed by Sheridan de Meyers, it also stars another former EastEnders cast member.
In behind-the-scenes images posted on Instagram by Inside Trak, Jessica can be seen posing for a picture alongside Gary Beadle, who played bad boy Paul Trueman on the BBC soap.
Inside Trak first teased Jessica's involvement in the film by sharing an obscured photo of her on set and asking their followers: "Can you identify the actor, in this beautiful photograph?"
On Tuesday they revealed it was the mum-of-one and shared a snap of Jessica wearing a blue off-the-shoulder top and wrote alongside it: "Well done to those who guessed…the mystery actor in the mood lighting photographs is none other, than the incredible Jessica Plummer!"
Another picture showed the actress looking a bit more serious as she did her bit in front of the camera.
Noa, four, is Jessica’s only child with ex-boyfriend Jaz, who she quietly broke up with earlier this year.
The Sun revealed the 28-year-old soap star was filmed in tears after getting into a screaming row with her former love.
But sources say the childhood sweethearts have been broken up for a while.
The insider added: "They haven't been together in a long time – but they still see each other and co-parent.
"Their daughter is the most important thing and they always put her first"
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