TRACY Beaker star Dani Harmer has given a look inside her family home.
The actress, 32, shares her gorgeous pad with partner Simon Brough and their four-year-old daughter Avarie-Belle.
Many have probably wondered what Dani has got up to since first shooting to fame on the CBBC drama nearly 20 years ago.
Since then, she's started her own family and created the most stunning home for her little girl to grow up in.
Dani loves to update her followers on Instagram with what she gets up to during the day – and her posts have given fans a glimpse inside her humble abode.
The living room follows a homely vibe with painted white walls, oak floor boards and a grey fur carpet placed in the middle of the room.
Whilst Dani and Simon watch a spot of telly on their huge flat screen TV, Avarie-Belle has lots of toys around the room to keep her busy.
Dani is very proud of her career and has her BAFTA award that she won in 2010 for Best Drama on their stunning white fireplace for everyone to see.
And during the Christmas period the trio hang their stockings up on the fire place and make it feel extra festive with an LED light box and some light-up Santas.
Dani has every utensil she needs to cock up a storm in their modern kitchen, which boasts white boards and black marble work tops.
Although it's definitely not weather for sitting outside at the moment, the family have a gorgeous garden that they can enjoy in the summer months.
And Avarie-Belle can enjoy a splash around in her brightly coloured paddling pool when the sun eventually decides to come out and play later this year.
When the youngster isn't enjoying the outdoors, she has the most incredible bedroom to play in.
It's kitted out with everything a little girl needs – including lots of books to read for a bed time story.
It also features a white wardrobe, chair and grey fluffy carpet.
Dani will be returning to our screens as her iconic alter-ego in CBBC's new series My Mum Tracy Beaker this Friday.
The series will explore Tracy's relationship with her 10-year-old daughter Jess (Emma Maggie Davies) and will tell the story from Jess' perspective as the single mum struggles to make ends meet.
Without knowing, back in 1991 author Jacqueline Wilson created one of the most popular British franchises of all time when she wrote her novel The Story of Tracy Beaker.
The book followed the story of a 10-year-old girl named Tracy who lived in a foster home nicknamed "The Dumping Ground".
11 years later it was made into a TV show, which aired from 2002 to 2005.
It followed the highs and lows Tracy went through as a youngster whilst living in Elm Tree House with the likes of Justine Littlewood, Louise Goven, and Bouncer Plakova.
The franchise includes six books, two TV spin-off series and a television movie.
My Mum Tracy Beaker will premiere on CBBC and BBC iPlayer at 5pm on Friday 12 February.
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