Patsy Palmer's family certainly know how to have fun! The former EastEnders actress delighted her fans on Instagram on Monday when she posted a video of her children dancing in the kitchen of their LA home. The actress – who shares three children with husband Richard Merkell – shared footage of sons Fenton, 16, and Bertie, seven, and daughter Emilia, 15, showcasing their moves to Silentó's Watch Me. Bertie – who stood in the middle of his older siblings – looked particularly cute as he carefully copied his sister while wearing a backward cap.
Patsy Palmer's children put on a dance show in their LA home
The doting mum also posted a second video, which saw Emilia encourage her dad to join in the fun, captioning the video: "More Father’s Day back in the day ... the kids were def doing dad dancing then." Taking to the comments section, Patsy's followers were quick to comment on the videos, with one writing: "Love it! So great! Nothing better than children just having fun." Another said: "This is amazing," while a third joked: "Your kids are going to kill you!!"
Fans got to get a glimpse into the family's stylish kitchen
Patsy – who is also mum to 26-year-old son Charley Rothwell, who she shares with boxer Alfie Rothwell, made the decision to move to LA in 2014 with her husband and children. Unlike the rest of his family, Charley decided to remain in the UK to pursue his acting career. Having appeared in films including Legend and iBoy, Patsy is understandably very proud of her first-born. Last year, the mother-of-four said on ITV's Lorraine: "He is already a movie star. He should be here now. I should swap places with Charley."
Patsy Palmer's children are following in her footsteps!
During the interview, Patsy admitted that she had told her children not to get into the industry. When asked what advice she would give her brood she laughed: "Don't do it." However, Patsy is now incredibly supportive of her brood, with both her middle children Fenton and Emilia now also following in her footsteps. Both have agents, and have left school to concentrate on their talents in the creative industry. In an interview with ID magazine, Fenton revealed he is keen on everything, from script writing to modelling, while Emilia revealed that she is just as keen on acting as she is modelling. "I want to go to design school, but doing the whole modelling thing is a big part of my life too. So we'll see," she said.