Tamzin Outhwaite is reported to be taking part in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing series.
The former EastEnders actress, 49, is believed to be in advanced talks with BBC bosses and could sign her contract as early as next week, along with Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing.
A source said The sun: “What about Covid-19, everything is still very busy and going, and plans change weekly.
Rumors: Tamzin Outhwaite is reported to be taking part in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing series.
But almost all celebs are now in the final stages of negotiations and Jamie is fully on board …
Tamzin fits the show perfectly. The BBC loves an EastEnder and she has a background in performing and dancing, so she is very excited to see how she is doing. ‘
The soap star previously revealed that her two daughters, Florence, 11 and Marnie, eight, desperately wanted her to appear on the hit show.
But Tamzin, who first appeared in Albert Square in 1998, admitted: “I think I’m a little old. I’m not sure my body can handle it. ‘
Potenital: Former EastEnders actress, 49, is believed to be in advanced talks with BBC bosses and could sign her contract as early as next week, along with Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing
It comes after Tamzin described the challenges of motherhood amid the coronavirus pandemic on a candid Instagram.
The actress shared a moment of herself embracing her daughter Marnie while admitting she struggled to adjust to her children’s home education, before also admitting to spending more quality time with her family.
The media personality wrote, “There are tantrums, power struggles, many tears, homeschooling failure, separate isolation (usually on a device in a noose), and arguments … but I have to remind myself of the positives.” [sic]
‘There have been tantrums and homeschooling failed’: it comes after Tamzin detailed the challenges of motherhood amid the coronavirus pandemic on a candid Instagram
The soap star shared, the soap star added, “… singing, dancing, playing cluedo, cycling, gardening, dog walking, cooking, creativity and more …” [sic]
The thespian, who has a relationship with Tom Child, 29, also admitted that she misses her busy acting career, claiming that the current status of the country’s education system will take a toll on her children’s education.
“I realized that I really like and miss my job and that I am a nonsense teacher,” Tamzin explained candidly, before urging her followers to take care of their mental health amid the global crisis.
She finished her post: “Of course they will be behind the school curriculum in September, we ALL do that. I’m just trying to keep all of us alive, protect our sanity and keep this ship afloat …
Trails: The actress shared a moment when she hugged her daughter Marnie while admitting she struggled to adjust to her children’s home education (pictured with Marnie, eight, and Florence, 11)
Pros and Cons: The media personality has also credited the lockdown for spending more quality time with her family
“It won’t be forever and we’re all in this together. I send you all a lot of positive vibes. Good energy provides good energy #allinthistogether #staysafe #positiveenergy #mentalhealthawwaren #thistooshallpass. ‘ [sic]
The movie star was previously married to Tom Ellis, with whom she shares her daughters Florence and Marnie.
The TV star’s post came after she explained it fears that some romantic relationships may not cope as couples isolate together during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tamzin – who became isolated with Tom on March 16 after the pair showed symptoms – believes the crisis will prove to be a testing time for couples, as they may have been locked up together for months.
Worries: The TV star’s post came after she explained she’s afraid romances won’t last all the way amid the coronavirus pandemic (pictured with Beau Tom Child, 29)
She said The mirror“You wonder when people get out of the lockout how many people will go,” That’s not for me. “Or if others will suggest and think,” If I can do that, I know I can be with you forever. “
However, when the publication asked if she believed her two-year-old partner had plans to ask the big question, the blonde laughed as she replied, “I’m not talking about that.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the Ilford resident insisted that she was far from the 21-year age gap between herself and her personal trainer, whom she began dating after meeting him in a yoga studio.
“It’s not a problem,” she said. “Once other people get over it, it’s no problem for them. It’s something if it works, if its energy works, your connection works, then nothing else really matters. ‘
Exes: The fencer shares her two daughters with ex-husband Tom Ellis (pictured together in 2012)