EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy issues diet pill warning: ‘It isn’t true’
EastEnders star Natalie Cassidy has issued a warning to fans over a diet pill scam that’s been making its way around the internet.
The actress, who plays Sonia Fowler in the BBC One soap, responded to one online user who got in touch with her to ask about an article they read.
‘Nat I’ve just messaged you about an article I read on diet pills letitia Dean has apparently bought out which has fuelled her own AND YOUR weight,’ they wrote online.
Natalie was quick to respond, telling the fan that this ‘isn’t true’.
The soap legend, who made her EastEnders debut back in 1993, opened up to her followers earlier this week about why she hasn’t showered for three days in an honest Instagram post.
When the actress isn’t working long hours playing the iconic Sonia Fowler, she is a mother of two; 11-year-old and Eliza and 6-year-old Joanie.
In a candid Instagram video, Natalie confessed that, with her busy schedule, she had ended up forgetting to shower completely.
In the video, to which she added the hashtag ‘keeping it real’, she tells followers that she has always promised to be honest with them.
‘I just realised when drying my hair that the last time I had a shower and washed my hair was Saturday’, she said.
Natalie went on to explain that she had had ‘a house full’ on Sunday and had been struck by illness on Monday.
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