Inside EastEnders’ Jessica Plummer’s home and family life away from her soap character Chantelle Atkins

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EastEnders' star Jessica Plummer first joined the BBC soap in March 2019 and has made quite the impact thanks to her hard hitting domestic abuse storyline as Chantelle Atkins.

The 27 year old actress, who recently confessed that she still gets starstruck when she's on set with the likes of Lacey Turner, appears alongside her onscreen husband Gray Atkins, played by Toby Alexander-Smith.

But while her onscreen life is extremely dark and difficult as Chantelle struggles with her abusive other half, Jessica's home and family life away from the soap couldn't be more different.

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Former Neon Jungle singer Jessica lives with her four year old daughter Noa in their cosy and quirky London home.

The stunning soap star has shared glimpses of her pad on Instagram including her stylish bathroom that features white subway tiles.

Jessica posted a bare-faced selfie wearing a towel wrapped around her head as she spoke about her skin and battling hormonal acne.

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The candid post came back in May when she said she felt urged by her followers to post the before snap of how her skin looked and how it had changed after she began focusing on skin treatments.

"As much as I feel I don’t portray a “perfect” image on my social platforms (& actually try purposely to do the opposite), Iv never quite shared something as raw and honest as this," she wrote in the caption.

Jessica explained how she had dealt with acne throughout her twenties and added that along with all the products and healthy lifestyle she finished: "I try to remind myself that there really is ZERO point stressing over shit you can’t control

"Mindset is everything, u can prob law of attraction clear skin. ANYWAY, that being said, I was still buff last year, I’m buff now, and so are YOU u lil buffy.."

Her Instagram feed is also littered with adorable selfies with her daughter Noa, who she gave birth to on 30 July 2016.

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While Jessica announced she was expecting earlier on in the same year with her "childhood sweetheart" it's not known if the two are still together.

Noa has a wonderful space inside to play with her toys as well as a gorgeous pink tent inside her bedroom, which Jessica shared when she filmed her daughter doing the "fruit snack challenge" back in May.

In the festive season Jessica has posted snaps of her Christmas tree decorations in their living room, which features a very comfy looking pink sofa.

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Elsewhere in the front room is a fireplace adorned with family photos and mementoes as well as artwork hanging above it.

Jessica also has a flat screen TV, ideal for watching her soap scenes back, as well as a nod back to her music career.

She recently told Inside Soap about her role as Chantelle on EastEnders and acting opposite Toby, who she said is a "sweetheart" in real life.

"Toby is such a sweetheart, it's lovely working with him. He's so kind and easy to be with, and the majority of the scenes I shoot are with him.

"I prayed that I would get along with my on-screen husband and I really do," Jessica added, and we're sure that her upcoming storylines are set to get even more difficult for viewers to watch as she decides what to do about her marriage.

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