Jessica Marais looks happy while she dances with Rebecca Gibney before stopping with Back To The Rafters
Jessica Marais was filmed and looked happy and carefree, just a few days before she shocked fans by stopping Packed To The Rafters’ reboot, Back To The Rafters.
The actress, 35, appears in a mouth-watering Instagram video that was uploaded earlier this month by her co-star Rebecca Gibney, 55, who plays her mother in the beloved drama of Chanel Seven.
In the video, the women watch wild dancing around an apartment overlooking the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Dressed in tight black activewear, a delighted Jessica pulled several impressive movements, including a headstand and a wheel.
Meanwhile, Rebecca was seen dancing around pretending to wipe the floor and carry an ironing board.
‘When you start the day doing housework with music and you end up dancing with one of your favorite people on earth. @ jay.may.ray love love love you, “Rebecca wrote in the caption, alongside hashtags including” dancingqueens “and” dancelikenooneswatching. ”
All smiles! Jessica Marais, 35, looks happy as she dances wildly with co-star Rebecca Gibney, 55, filmed in video just days before stopping Back To The Rafters
Feel free! Jessica was a picture of happiness when she walked around the apartment
Impressive: dressed in a tight black activewear, a delighted Jessica pulled several impressive movements, including a headstand and a wheel
Less than two weeks after the video was posted, Jessica announced that she was leaving the upcoming reboot of Packed To The Rafters, which is currently in production.
In an official statement to Daily Mail Australia, its management said Tuesday: “Jessica Marais has decided to abandon the new series Back to the Rafters for personal reasons.”
“She thanks everyone involved for the show for their continued support and love, especially her ‘Rafter’s family’, and sends them her very best wishes for the production.”
Two drops of water! Rebecca, the mother of Jessica plays in the beloved drama of Chanel Seven, also uploaded this sweet selfie of the couple earlier this month
Jessica would play her role of Rachel Rafter again, having previously played in the beloved Channel Seven drama from 2008 to 2013.
In July 2018, the mother-of-one was unable to attend the Logies because she received treatment for “urgent” problems at The Health Clinic, a psychiatric institution in Bronte.
In September 2018, the South-born star announced that she was withdrawing from Nine’s TV program Bad Mothers, a month before it was scheduled to start filming.
Get out: less than two weeks after the video was posted, Jessica announced she was leaving the upcoming reboot of Packed To The Rafters, currently in production
In a statement to 9Honey, the Love Child star manager revealed that she was taking a break from acting to focus on her mental health.
“Jessica has decided to give up acting for the rest of it [the year] to focus on her health and spend time with her family, “the statement said.
In July 2019, Jessica was announced to return to TV screens, starring Rebecca Gibney and Anthony LaPaglia in Halifax: Retribution, a restart of 90s drama Halifax f.p.
No-show: in July 2018, the mother-of-one was unable to attend the Logies because she was being treated for “urgent” problems at “The Health Clinic,” a mental health facility in Bronte.
Reboot: In July 2019, it was announced that Jessica would return to TV screens, starring alongside Rebecca Gibney (photo) and Anthony LaPaglia in Halifax: Retribution, a reboot of 90s Halifax f.p.
“It doesn’t fit her schedule and personal obligations”: in September 2019, reports claimed that Jessica had withdrawn from the Halifax reboot. Depicted on the Logies in 2017
Two months later, however, reports reported that Jessica had withdrawn from the reboot.
In 2014 Jessica spoke about the diagnosis of bipolar disorder.
“I was diagnosed with bipolar at one point. I have developed ways to talk myself down from every ledge I am on, “she said The Australian Women’s Weekly.
“There is probably one day a month that I am an absolute mess. In my case it is difficult to separate what is due to trauma or stress and what is due to a simple chemical imbalance. ”
Jessica shares six-year-old daughter Scout with ex-fiancée, James Stewart.
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Co-parenting: Jessica shares six-year-old daughter Scout (center) with ex-fiancee, James Stewart (left)