EASTENDERS star Tamzin Outhwaite has revealed how her daughters cry for their biological dad, her ex-husband Tom Ellis.
The actress has since found love again with her toy boy partner Tom Child – who she gushed over for being great with her two girls.
Tamzin, 51, took to Twitter to detail how she had been caring for her youngest daughter Marnie, 九, as she had been unwell.
The former soap star explained that the youngster had been “哭” because she “missed her biological dad” 汤姆.
She gushed that her beau Tom, 31, had been helping her care for Marnie and older daughter Florence, 13, since they got together.
“Gratitude tweet,” Tamzin began. “My youngest is ill, my schedule has been manic – my love has done school runs, vet visits, made dinner, packed lunches, cleaned, dog walks, taken car to the mechanics and generally lightened my load to the max.”
Adding how her toy boy did everything with “kindness and a smile”, she hit out at her ex for not being around when their daughter was sick.
“He also moved to the spare room so I can sleep with my nine year old to check her temp and give her meds,” Tamzin went on.
“He holds her when she is sobbing ‘cos she misses her biological dad, and then makes her laugh out loud.
“My kids sometimes give him a hard time as that’s what kids do to step parents, but deep down they know he is kind, he cares and loves them deeply.”
The mother-of-two signed off by gushing she knew “how lucky she was” to be in the loving relationship with her new man.
It comes shortly after Tamzin gave her fans a look into her family life as she shared pictures from a recent holiday.
这 51-岁 even included shots of her boyfriend Tom while he spent time with her kids during the break in the Lake District.
She has previously praised him for making her life better, and hit back at those thinking she was having a mid-life crisis by dating a younger man.
She said at the time: “People think I’m having a midlife crisis, but not all men want a younger woman.
“Tom’s very good for my mental and physical health. He reminds me to just breathe if I’m not having a great time. And he reminds me to sweat, to work out, because it makes you feel better.
“We exercise together. We met years before we went on a date. Our eyes met across a crowded yoga studio, and we’ve been together for more than two years now.
“We have a lovely time. It’s comfortable and we make each other happy.
“I’m living in the now and not worrying about it because I don’t have to, as there’s nothing we desperately want or need from each other.”