Inside EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy’s stunning and cosy family home

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Natalie Cassidy has played Sonia Fowler on EastEnders for over 20 years.

Her character's turbulent life on the cobbles of Albert Square has had viewers on tenterhooks night after night.

But after a long day of filming, the star is able to leave the dramatics behind and return to where she lives with her fiancé Marc Humphreys and her children Eliza, nine, from a previous relationship, and the couple's daughter Joanie, four.

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Although Natalie is relatively private about her home life, she has shared a few insights into her cosy home on social media.

Recently, the mum-of-two shared a look inside an incredible teepee that had been set up so that her family could enjoy a spot of glamping in her back garden.

Taking to Instagram, the 37 year old posted a snap of the luxury tent which was filled with pillows, sweets, and soft drinks for her and her two daughters to enjoy.


Moving inside, the kitchen is chocolate box levels of quaint, with wooden worktops and cream painted cabinets.

The walls are rustic with exposed brickwork and there is a large window that floods the room with natural light.


From this angle we can see that the space has lovely wooden floorboards and a television so the actress can watch programmes, maybe even EastEnders, as she prepares food.

Natalie also has several appliances that match the cream paint, including a retro-looking toaster and chrome kettle.


The living room is seventies in style, with brown patterned wallpaper.

The star also has a circular mirror on the wall above a brick fireplace.

We love Natalie's mug which reads 'Joy' and 'Peace', something that we could all do with a little more of in the current climate.

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The family also have this large room that is completed by a stunning blue abstract artwork, that brightens up the neutral colour palette.

In this snap of friends enjoying a games night at Christmas time, we can see that the walls are painted a soft beige colour and there is a wooden sideboard that plays host to an array of festive trinkets.


The actress is also a fan of artwork that includes uplifting quotes, and she has hung several examples of this around her house.

One piece humorously states: "It's better to have loved and lost than to live with the psycho for the rest of your life."

While another reads: "Live like heaven is on earth. Love like you have never been hurt.

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"Laugh like no one is listening. Sing as if no one can hear. Dance as if no one is watching.

"Dream like there no impossibilities. Play like there are no winners. Give like you have plenty. Smile till your face hurts. Cherish your family & friends everyday."


And the EastEnders actress also recently showed off her dining area whilst enjoying the "simple things."

An array of candles sit on a chic tray in the centre of the table, and the tidy space looks like the ideal spot to enjoy a morning cuppa.

Additionally, the star's bathroom is very minimalist with slate grey walls and white cabinets flanking the mirror.

As you enter the house you can see the stunning house has a white staircase with patterned railing.

There is a little cupboard under the stairs, and the front door is bright red.

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