Helen George is now juggling life as a busy mum-of-two, having welcomed her second child with partner Jack Ashton earlier this month. The Call The Midwife star revealed she is now using a Toniebox to help get her eldest daughter, Wren, with her bed routine.
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Sharing a picture from her bedroom, the actress remarked: "The Toniebox has become pretty important in our house, a massive part of Wren's bedtime routine which we’re now introducing to the baby.
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"I've lost count of how many of these I've given to friends and family over the years as gifts. Wren's current favourite Tonie is Paddington, and I’m a sucker for Matthew Macfadyen's dulcet tones reading The Snowman."
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The colourful room itself boasted bright red and white stripes, white painted wooden Venetian-style blinds and grey flooring. Wren's cot coordinated perfectly in a pale grey hue, while cuddly toys finished off the candy-cane inspired interior.
The post comes one week after Helen revealed that she had welcomed a new arrival via Instagram. She posted a message in honour of her partner Jack's birthday.
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It read: "Happiest of birthdays my love. What a week. And forevermore you will share your birthday week with your second born, sorry I couldn't cross my legs any longer Xxx."
When the star announced that she was pregnant, she originally said the baby was due in December, so it seems the tiny tot made a slightly early arrival! Helen and Jack have not yet revealed whether four-year-old Wren has a baby brother or sister and have yet to share the baby's name.
The couple started dating in 2016 after meeting on the set of the beloved BBC period drama when production took place in South Africa. The actress stars as Trixie Franklin in the beloved period drama, while Jack used to play Reverend Tom Hereward.
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