In a series of youthful images that she released over the weekend, Helen Flanagan paid tribute to her three kids. She was seen enjoying quality time with her children, Matilda, 8, Delilah, 5, and Charlie, 2, whom she has with her ex-fiance Scott Sinclair. The former Coronation Street actress, who portrayed Rosie Webster in the ITV serial, is the mother to Matilda, Charlie, and Delilah.
After splitting up with her ex-partner last summer, the devoted mother of three is now co-parenting. Before Helen acknowledged their breakup earlier this year, the actress and the professional footballer dated for 13 years.
Helen posted the unguarded photos to her Instagram profile on Sunday to share them with her 1 million followers.
The TV personality, who made an appearance on I’m A Celebrity… South Africa earlier this year, released three images of herself snuggling her kids while going for a more casual appearance.
Helen looked stunning while posing in the sunshine and wore a red flowery dress. The three images showed the gorgeous diva laughing and grinning as she sat on a blanket on the grass with her son and two daughters.
Helen paid tribute to her children by writing: “Always loving, always fun, always crazy.” with the beautiful family photos. Without them, I wouldn’t be x.
Helen had earlier in the day shared some remarks with her fans on her Instagram account before posting the photographs.
You’ll soon realize why your timing is ideal and why events had to take place in the manner they did in order to get you to where you were intended to be, according to the first line.
You are not the lady you were a year ago, babe, according to a second quote the actress posted to her Facebook. You have grown more powerful, attractive, intelligent, and badass.
It follows Helen’s recent disclosure regarding the breakdown of her relationship with Scott. Before Scott proposed at Disneyland Paris in May 2018, the couple had been dating since 2009. However, Helen later revealed that their relationship was over after appearing on I’m A Celebrity… South Africa earlier this year.
In a raw video that she uploaded to her Instagram account, Helen spoke up about how she was feeling ‘lonely’ for the first time in her life. She started her reflection on the 13 months since her divorce by stating: “I’m just myself on Instagram. what my life is in reality. Just me, really.
“I adore following other ladies, and Instagram truly does allow you to build a network. I typically look at relationship-related or break-up-related content when I visit Instagram and TikTok. There are many things I don’t share because I didn’t want to share those things, but there are also things I don’t publish about which I frequently receive messages from other women in situations akin to mine.
Yes, I actually find social networking to be pretty soothing, she continued. I actually prefer to be open and honest in circumstances. With parenting, I’m attempting to accomplish that. It’s been a strange adjustment for me. really during the last year. From the time I was 19 to the time I was 31, I was engaged to my fiancé, who was my entire world.
But before that, when I was 17 years old, I had a boyfriend. I have never been single or on my own in my entire adult life. As a result, I’ve had to adjust to that quite a bit over the past year.
“I remember kind of, shortly after we separated, I made sure – and I think it’s really good to have distractions – I did the jungle, which I was really grateful for,” the former Coronation Street actor revealed. The timing, the project, and the distraction were all ideal. I did that because I genuinely liked it.
“After that, I immersed myself into home improvements. I had a great time decorating my house because Scott had given it to me as a surprise two years prior, and I felt extremely satisfied with how everything turned out. Additionally, I’m just starting started on work projects and other stuff. Furthermore, think about how having children after a breakup might, in some ways, be a godsend.
They are an excellent diversion when you have to wake up early to do the morning school run and are feeling utterly awful, rotten, or sad. You must be really busy being a mother. Because you’re so busy taking care of your kids, you don’t have time to think, but it’s extremely soothing to lose yourself in them.
“Your children also show you a lot of love. My kids usually lift my spirits if I ever feel a little down or whatever. The drawback, I believe, is that you have to put on a face if you need a moment or are feeling very emotional or in a certain way.
Laughing, she added, “You don’t have to ‘keep a good relationship’ going if you don’t have kids.”