EastEnders' Jessica Plummer left red-faced as her daughter films her bum as she does yoga

EASTENDERS star Jessica Plummer was left red-faced on Tuesday evening when her daughter filmed her doing yoga.

Jessica, 27, took to Instagram as she worked out and let her youngster take control of her mobile phone.

Posting a hilarious clip on her Instagram Story in black and white, the soap star revealed her daughter Noa had filmed her bottom by accident.

Jessica captioned the video: "Noa take over (I had no idea she was recording)" followed by a laughing and stressed face emoji.

Noa can be heard laughing and tells her mum: "Hahahahaha I can see your bum bum."

Referring to her singing in the clip, Jessica added: "(Why do I pronounce my 'P's' so aggressively like that)."

Noa then continued to film her mum as she did things around the house, before taking some selfies.

Jessica, who plays Chantelle Atkins in EastEnders, later shared a screenshot of her camera roll and captioned it: "This is what 4 year olds do these days, they vlog. We love you noa lily."

The actress went on to pay tribute to her onscreen character by sharing a post from a fan account and wrote alongside it: "Playing Chanelle Atkins within this story line is an absolute honour.


"Thank you for everyone that tuned in and watched #sfts tonight," she added, referring to the EastEnders show Secrets From The Square.

Jessica appeared on the behind-the-scenes programme with her co-star Toby-Alexander Smith, who plays her evil husband Gray Atkins.

Viewers at home couldn't get over how different Toby was from his Walford alter ego – with several taking to social media to admit that they were struggling with the fact they now liked him.

One wrote: "Hats off to @_TobyAlexander , he plays Gray so incredibly well but he seems such a lovely gentle person.

"I have so much respect for the actors that play the 'bad guys' in soaps."

Another agreed: "Toby seems absolutely lovely!"

A third wrote: "Aww Gray could’ve been such a great Mr. Nice Guy if he wasn’t so twisted."

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