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Danniella Westbrook has wowed fans with a stunning social media snap.
The former EastEnders actress thrilled fans with some super-glam snaps which she uploaded to her Instagram on Thursday (May 12).
The soapstar, 48, looked dolled to the nines with a full face of makeup and her hair glamorously styled.
The TV star donned a black dress and brought out a Burberry scarf which is her staple print.
Danniella's glam snap comes 20 years after the actress appeared to be the luxury brand's biggest fan.
In a now-infamous snap, she was dressed head-to-toe in Burberry, while her daughter Jodie was being pushed around in a Burberry pram, while also wearing the same skirt as her mum.
However, it seems like she is sending a message to someone as she captioned the post: "Don’t get it twisted “ ….. #notrelevant"
This comes after her daughter Jodie Jenkins opened up about her stalking experiences and being "taunted" about her famous mum.
The stunning 20-year-old chatted exclusively to the Daily Star about some of the backlash she has received over the years.
Jodie said: "I think the thing is when you grow up whether your mum is famous or not and you have family issues then you are always going to get taunted.
"A lot of people grow up in the famous industry, and whether they're Obama or Danniella Westbrook, you are going to get taunted for who your mum or dad is because they're in the limelight and people are jealous. No matter what they do for their day to day life."
She added: "I've had my own trolls for my own reasons and I've had my own stalkers and stuff like that so it's been pretty hard.
"So, that's why when I have social media I try to open up as much as I can and say it's ok for someone to comment.
"I've had so much hate in my life and through lockdown, I think people found it really hard to cope with for a while, mental health was at an all-time high.
"I had people that were saying very personal stuff to me, I don't know if I knew them but they were saying really weird stuff and it didn't match up."
Sharing how it made her feel, she added: "It scared me for a bit but I thought do you know what I've been at a hard place myself and people cope in different ways, and if someone needs to take their emotions out on me then do it."
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