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Samia Longchambon has been seen enjoying a winter walk with her daughter Freya and their pet dog in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
The 38 year old, who recently revealed the real reason why her husband Sylvain isn't taking part in Dancing On Ice, appeared pensive as she held her gaze down while listening to her 11 year old daughter talk.
The mum-of-two, who also shares five year old Yves with her skating professional other half, looked gorgeous as she wrapped up warm in a furry coat with a side zipper.
The Coronation Street actress, who is known for playing Maria Connor on the popular soap opera, teamed the look with some dark skinny trousers alongside a pair of black Nike trainers.
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The brunette beauty styled her mane straight down and wore little to no make up for the outing, simply sporting a touch of foundation and bronzer.
Samia, who recently celebrated her son's birthday with a blue Sonic the Hedgehog cake, held onto a leash as her little dog walked alongside her.
Freya looked in good spirits as she spoke to her mum during their walk outside. She wore a grey jumper with a pink star emoji embroidered onto it, which she teamed with a black winter coat.
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The youngster also donned some black trousers and a pair of Ugg boots. Freya ensured she kept safe amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by wearing a black and white polka dot-themed face mask.
It comes as Samia recently revealed she's training to become a cognitive behavioural therapist (CBT) after suffering from panic attacks as a child.
Speaking to Mirror Online, she explained: "By learning how to be a therapist, I’ll be able to help myself and maybe help other people as well.
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“I can relate to it. I’ve had different kinds of therapy for years and CBT is something quite practical.
"With my anxiety, it’s always like a sense of dread that something bad is going to happen.
"You feel like you are going to die, you can’t breathe.”
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