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Emily Atack: Inbetweeners babe talks having children on new show Adulting

The blonde babe grew to fame in the noughties as the “fittest girl in school” on the E4 comedy show The Inbetweeners. 

Emily Atack has grown up since then, putting her name to a broad range of TV shows, from Dad’s Army to I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 

Her brand new show Emily Atack: Adulting will see the 29-year-old explore what it’s like to make the transition from teen actress to fully fledged adult. 

The series will see her investigating the issues that face modern young people, taking an in-depth look at the challenges that come with moving into adulthood. 

One of the subjects she will focus on is the decision to have a family – something she admits she wants for herself down the line. 

Newly loved-up with her film producer beau Rob Jowers, the actress seems happier than ever. 

She met the handsome hunk through friends earlier this year and the two became Instagram official a couple of months later. 

Since then, their relationship has gone from strength to strength, with Rob often appearing as her plus-one at star-studded events. 

BLONDE BOMBSHELL: Emily has enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame since first hitting TV screens (Pic: INSTAGRAM / EMILY ATACK)

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LOVEBIRDS: Rob and Emily have been dating since earlier this year (Pic: INSTAGRAM / EMILY ATACK)

Chatting about having children, the starlet confesses on the show that growing up in a large family has made her want to have children of her own. 

But, for the time being, Emily’s priority is to adjust to coming of age as her 30s loom closer than ever. 

She revealed: “I would definitely say that I’ve been soul-searching at the moment.

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CHUFFED: The happy couple seem head over heels for each other (Pic: INSTAGRAM / EMILY ATACK)

INSTAGRAM / EMILY ATACK

MATURING: Emily opened up about the difficult transition into adulthood (Pic: INSTAGRAM / EMILY ATACK)

“I feel like I’m getting to a point where I’m becoming a little bit more stable with who I am and I’m hoping to get just a little bit more self-acceptance.”

Before adding: “I feel like I’m at an age where it’s the quarter-life crisis club. It’s not quite a midlife crisis, but we’re all kind of being thrown into adulthood when we still feel like teenagers.

“I feel like a lost little kid in a supermarket and I can’t find my mum.”

Catch Emily Atack: Adulting on W from June 26.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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