EASTENDERS star Samantha Womack has shown off her HUGE snow-covered garden as she snapped photos of her beau Oliver Farnworth.
The soap star – who is best known for playing Ronnie Mitchell on the BBC One programme – took to her Instagram with a video clip.
Samantha showed Oliver enjoying the snow
Oliver took out his snowboard as she slid through the garden
EastEnders star Samantha, 50, who recently opened up about her battle with cancer, looked to be having fun in her snow-covered garden.
She and her boyfriend Oliver, 40, laughed as he took out his snowboard and made his way around the outdoor space.
The couple were joined by their excited dog, who ran and barked around Oliver’s feet as he moved through the snow.
Samantha could be heard giggling as she watched the pair, zooming in on Oliver, who wrapped up in a scarf and hat.
The actor, who played Will Hackett in Hollyoaks, dressed down in his pyjama bottoms and a cardigan to mess around outfit.
Samantha captioned the post: “Up early for winter fun before 2 shows for The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe. Come and see us!”
It comes shortly after Samantha revealed she is now cancer free.
She first told how she had breast cancer in August of this year and underwent treatment, including a lumpectomy.
Speaking about getting the all clear, Sam told OK! Magazine: “I just feel really thankful and really grateful that I caught it when I did.
“I feel very thankful for my life. I know that sounds crazy, but it’s almost like I can see the beauty in everything now – like everything feels special.
“I keep bursting into tears, because I’m happy.
“I think it [going through cancer] shifts your perspective and suddenly everything feels really important and really vital and you suddenly just appreciate everything.”
Samantha, who is mum to Benjamin, 21, and Lily, 17, from a previous marriage, revealed her partner, revealed partner Oliver encouraged her to be open about her cancer experience.
The star – best known for playing Ronnie Mitchell on BBC soap EastEnders – explained how she felt cancer was “a brutal attack on her femininity”.
She said: “I kept saying, ‘I don’t want you to find me ugly. I don’t want to be an embarrassment to you.’
“Just silly things that you say, but they are feelings. And also, for me saying, ‘I don’t want to put you through this, why on God’s earth would you want to be with someone that’s going to be in and out of hospitals?!’
“I didn’t know at the beginning how bad it was going to be.
“He kept saying to me, ‘You idiot, this is what I want, I want to be here with you. This is a privilege for me to be near you and you’re beautiful and I don’t give a s**t about your hair’.”
The actress grew close to Oliver while acting opposite him in the 2019 stage adaptation of thriller The Girl On The Train and they started dating soon after.
Oliver was joined by the couples’ dog
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