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Denise Van Outen shares sweet day out with rarely seen daughter Betsy as they go pumpkin picking

DENUSE Van Outen has delighted fans by sharing photos from her visit to a pumpkin farm with daughter Betsy.

The TV and West End star posted snaps of her rarely seen daughter, ten, who she shares with ex husband Lee Mead.

Denise, 47, took Betsy and her pals to Marsh Farm for some seasonal fun ahead of Halloween on Sunday, with the group getting their hands dirty during pumpkin carving.

Posting memories of their day on Instagram, she said: "Halloween fun @marsh_farm 🎃👻.

"Such a brilliant place to go pumpkin picking and celebrate Halloween with the kids. Love the farm shop and the spooky fairground too. Definitely going back for their Christmas show. We Loved today . 🎃👻❤️#halloween #halfterm #essex"

Denise co-parents Betsy with partner of seven years Eddie, who also has a daughter from a previous relationship.

She met Eddie Boxshall through friends in 2014 and they moved in together in 2019, with the couple later becoming a regular fixture on TV favourite Celebrity Gogglebox.

The telly star has worked hard to stay in shape and has proudly showed off her gains every week in her sexy stage show Proud Cabaret Embankment in London.

She recently told The Sun: "I think, 'Hark at me - 47 and still getting into my fishnets!' But I absolutely love it."

Denise revealed the couple went vegan in lockdown in a bid to get fit.

She said: "Pre-lockdown both Eddie and I did five months of being vegan. We wanted to change our eating habits. So when we went into that first lockdown it was the amazing weather and everyone around us was having barbecues.

"I was worried about my daughter as she likes meat and she is quite fussy, but she didn't even notice.

"Eddie's daughter is vegetarian so we introduced some bits to Betsy. Eddie would make spaghetti bolognese and he swapped out the meat for Quorn. Betsy didn't even notice.

I've felt so many health benefits. Once you have adapted, it becomes like second nature.

"I feel it's helped my digestion and I feel lighter.

"My treat at the end of every month is having a roast with meat. Or we'll do a big barbecue.

"With my training too, it goes hand in hand with eating this way."

As well as sticking to a cleaner diet, Denise says she has fallen in love with keeping fit.

She now works out with a personal trainer a few times a week to keep her in shape after cancelling her gym membership.

Denise said: "I enjoy training much more than I thought I ever would.

"I get a real buzz ? it makes me feel so much better.

"We built an assault course in the garden during the last lockdown and it is filled with things I like to do. I have got my own weights and I enjoy doing them.

"I have been able to keep it up because it feels really fun."

Cabaret All Stars ft Denise Van Outen at Proud Cabaret, London

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