Danniella Westbrook calls her two children ‘my world’ in rare unseen pics

Former EastEnders actress Danniella Westbrook has revealed rare unseen pictures of her children who she has described as 'my world'.

The TV personality, 48, posted snaps of her children to her Instagram as she posed with them in an adorable, and rarely seen, picture of her kids.

Danniella has two children, Kai, 26 and Jodi, 21, and shared the throwback pictures of her with a huge smile on her face as she stood next to each of her children individually.

Danniella accompanied the throwback snap of her son with the caption: "One half of my world."

And she added a caption to her later post with her daughter: "The other half of my world."

The post came as Danniella was seen out with Jodie on Thursday night.

Daniella had her two children with her ex-partner Kevin Jenkins and it took six years for the couple to officially divorce after they split in 2014 after 13 years of marriage.

Since their divorce in 2020, Danniella has met a new man who she has said is 'keeping her young.'

The actress recently told the Daily Star about her engagement to her boyfriend David, 28, who is currently in jail.

She said: "I'm just having a good time, I'm managed by young people – my children, my friends. They keep me edgy.

"David is young and he's 28, coming up for 29. David will be 30 when I'm 50.

"But I'm like the Barbara Windsor with Scott, she had a young one. Vanessa Feltz and Ben – they all have young other halves.

"Everyone has toyboys. I'm living the dream, they keep me young."

The new romance for Danniella began in Spain, where they met a few years ago, and they have notably had a 'tumultuous' relationship leading to them breaking up just before David went to prison in 2019.

The pair rekindled their romance through back and forth letters whilst David was in prison.

Danniella revealed it is "impossible" to have a physical relationship with David while he is in jail, however, she said they have already consummated the relationship before.

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