She's a model, a TV star and a mum to adorable baby Paul but Sam Faiers also has a passion for something else that may surprise fans – photography. The former TOWIE cast member made the revelation on Instagram by sharing a few snaps of herself hard at work.
Sam's muse was naturally her older sister Billie, who she shares an extremely close bond with.
The Faiers sisters were on a photoshoot when Sam, 25, leapt at the chance to practise some of her own skills.
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Sam Faiers has revealed that her passion is photography
She shared a photo of herself behind the lens, writing, "Having so much fun working on real shoots haha" alongside the hashtags "#mypassion #followyourdreams #photography".
Sam also posed in front of her professional equipment, looking very pretty in skinny jeans and a white top.
A couple of weeks ago the aspiring photographer completed her first ever studio shoot where she photographed fashion models. She gave fans a glimpse of her photos, writing: "So proud of myself shot & created by moi."
The former TOWIE star completed her first studio shoot last month
But no one is a better model for the doting mum than her seven-month-old baby boy Paul, who she welcomed with her boyfriend Paul Knightley at the end of last year.
The little tot makes a regular appearance on Sam's Instagram page, ranging from photos of bath time to snaps of family days out.
Baby Paul will also star in Sam's upcoming real-life documentary The Mummy Diaries – a follow on from The Baby Diaries – which details Sam's journey as a new mum.
Baby Paul is Sam's perfect model
Despite the first ITVBe show receiving some negativity, with Sam's boyfriend Paul labelled as "controlling", Sam has already started filming the second part.
"People say there was backlash but it was the highest rated ITVBe show of all time and the majority of people in the street who I would chat to said it was amazing, you've got to make another one," Sam recently told MailOnline.
"Everybody really enjoyed it and was really positive to me. I didn't really care. Some of the comments we sat down and laughed. You get used to that."