Gemma Atkinson has 35 very hard days ahead of her, as she has admitted that she has given up pizza for lent.
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The Emmerdale actress made the revelation on Sunday, as she shared an adorable photo of fiancé Gorka Marquez and their daughter Mia tucking into a delicious pizza.
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"I'm off pizza for lent but papa and Mia are going in strong," she captioned the shot, which saw the pair eating the treat in the living room of their new Manchester home.
Whilst Mia was sat in a mini sofa chair, the Strictly pro could be seen next to her sitting on the floor, in front of a large box of pizza that had been ordered in. Yum.
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Behind father-and-daughter, two gorgeous mustard armchairs can be seen, accessorised with dark green cushions, with a tall golden side table between them.
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To the side, Gemma and Gorka have opted for a large vase full of what looks like red pampas, which gives the room an edgy touch.
Other gorgeous pieces of furniture in the family's large room include a dark blue corner sofa, a large grey rug and two round nesting white marble coffee tables.
The Marquez-Atkison family moved into their new home last year, after revealing in February that they were building their "dream home".
The actress and her daughter posed in their new sofa back in December
Back in July, the actress took to Instagram to reveal that they were officially at the packing stage.
Taking to her Stories, she told her followers at the time: "I have so much packing to do, we move house soon and I've packed quite a lot in lockdown; ornaments and stuff and pictures and things."
Explaining how lockdown and COVID had complicated their move, she added: "But furniture wise, I think it's going to have to be a removal company. Every time we have moved, we've always used family cars, we've all got together: my sister, my brother-in-law, my mum. We all put our seats down in the car and do it ourselves, and it has been stressful but fun. But I do think it's going to have to be a removal company because obviously I can't have all of my family around to help."