Brooke Kinsella reveals she has given birth to daughter Elsie three weeks early

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Ex-EastEnders star Brooke Kinsella reveals she has given birth to daughter Elsie three weeks early as she shares pictures with fans

Ex EastEnders star Brooke Kinsella has birth to her baby daughter Elsie three weeks early.

The actress welcomed a baby girl with her husband Simon Boardley last month and has just shared the news with fans. 

Sharing pictures of her baby, she wrote: ‘One whole month of utter chaos and magic. Thanks for choosing us Elsie.’ 

Ex-EastEnders star Brooke Kinsella revealed on Instagram on Tuesday she has given birth to daughter Elsie three weeks early as she shared pictures with fans – her daughter is already one month old 

Brooke announced her baby’s birth last month, writing: ‘And then there was you… Elsie Rose Georgia Boardley.

‘Stole our hearts immediately and forever at 1.07am on 22.09.2020.’

Last month, Brooke paid tribute to Simon with a stunning post, showing him cradling their daughter alongside touching words reading: ‘Feeling so very lucky to have this guy. Best husband and daddy there ever was…  

‘Sending love to all the women who have to do some of what is the toughest and most overwhelming experience you could ever go through on their own but also to all the dads who are kept away from their partners and new babies and feel so worried and helpless… 

Adoring: Last month, Brooke paid tribute to Simon with a stunning post, showing him cradling their daughter alongside touching words reading: 'Feeling so very lucky to have this guy. Best husband and daddy there ever was'

Adoring: Last month, Brooke paid tribute to Simon with a stunning post, showing him cradling their daughter alongside touching words reading: ‘Feeling so very lucky to have this guy. Best husband and daddy there ever was’

‘Covid has caused many problems and much heartbreak across the world but this is one issue I really hope changes very soon #butnotmaternity. 

The exciting news comes after Brooke vowed to ‘carry on her brother Ben’s legacy,’ as she opened an anti-knife crime exhibition in Nottingham in June.

The actress attended the launch of Choice and Consequences at the National Justice Museum, which aims to help curb the rise in knife crime across the country.

Proud: The exciting news comes after Brooke vowed to 'carry on her brother Ben's legacy,' as she opened an anti-knife crime exhibition in Nottingham in June

Proud: The exciting news comes after Brooke vowed to ‘carry on her brother Ben’s legacy,’ as she opened an anti-knife crime exhibition in Nottingham in June

Brooke has been campaigning against knife crime after her brother Ben was stabbed to death in June 2008 on a night out with pals. He was 16 years old.

Brooke – who played Kelly Taylor in EastEnders in the early 2000s – opened the exhibition highlighting the dangers of knife crime with other members of Ben’s family in attendance. 

Crime minister Victoria Atkins also attended the launch, which saw Brooke speak to the guest about her tireless campaiging.

She said: ‘It’s 11 years to the week since we lost Ben and my family and so many other families have been tireless campaigning to try and make any kind of difference. The Ben Kinsella exhibition is my family’s way of carrying on Ben’s legacy.’

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