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Lacey Turner has shared adorable new pictures of her baby girl Dusty for her fans to see on Instagram.
The actress, who has been tipped to play Kate Middleton in the next series of The Crown, took to her social media page to post two pictures of one year old Dusty.
The tot can be seen looking super stylish in a light-blue denim jacket, with patterned trousers and comfy slipper shoes.
Dusty is also wearing a pink head wrap and is holding a drinking bottle as she looks at the camera.
In the second snap, the little girl turns around and it says her name on the back of her jacket.
Lacey, 33, simply captioned the post: "My girl," with an orange love heart emoji.
The Eastenders star's celebrity pals rushed to comment on the adorable pictures of her pride and joy.
Emmerdale star Charley Webb commented: "Coolest" with a fire flame emoji.
Former Eastenders co-star Rita Simons added: "That is TOO cute! X."
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While Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley posted four love heart eyes emojis.
Lacey's pictures of Dusty come after she opened up about her previous heartbreaking miscarriages that she suffered before having Dusty and her son Trilby.
She spoke on BBC Breakfast about the loneliness of going through the miscarriages without telling people as she backed a charity campaign to improve support.
"For me, I think you become a mother the minute you're pregnant. For that to be taken away, that's another loss," Lacey shared.
"You grieve the fact that you aren't going to be a mother, as well as losing a baby. It was a loss at seven weeks."
Speaking about her first miscarriage, the soap star said she felt very alone in her pain.
The mum-of-two, who decided against breastfeeding son Trilby, continued: "I was 29, I think, and we were pregnant and I was so excited thinking of names and things like that.
"I got to seven weeks and I woke up about four, five o'clock in the morning with really heavy bleeding.
""I just remember sitting on my bed in a ball, sobbing. At the time, I remember thinking, 'Why me? Why is this only happening to me?' I did feel so alone because nobody knew."
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