Charlotte Crosby living ‘best stage’ of her life as she dotes on ‘special people’ including daughter Alba

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Reality TV star Charlotte has updated fans on her life in a new social media post.

Charlotte Crosby has dedicated a heartfelt post to her family as she claims she is at her happiest. The 33-year-old TV personality took to Instagram on Tuesday (May 30) to share a series of photos of family members, including her baby daughter, with her 8.7M followers.

The post features pictures of Charlotte’s mum Letitia, boyfriend Jake Ankers and her baby daughter, Alba. There is also a video of Charlotte playing with Alba on the swings and later cuddling her in bed. She wrote in the caption: “This truly is the best stage of my life. With only the best most special people in it. I love you all immensely.” Jake commented on the post, saying, “What a time to be alive.”

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Fans also rushed to the comments to react to the adorable post. One person said: “So many cute pictures. I just love the picture with Alba and her little sunglasses on @charlottegshore. She is getting more like you, but I can still see Jake too.” Another wrote: “So so happy for you! You truly deserve it,” while someone else said: “Adorable. Love how happy you are.”

Others also pointed out how much Charlotte’s daughter looks like her nan, who died in November last year. “I can’t believe how much Alba looks like your nan. It’s crazy, one said. Another added: “She’s a mini version of your nan.”

It was recently reported that Charlotte quit filming for the new series of Geordie Shore. Last year (2022), the 33-year-old made a return to the show that made her famous - six years after her shock departure.

The cast of the MTV show flew out to Cyprus to film the next instalment of the popular series earlier this month. However, a source claimed that Charlotte was left unhappy about the cleanliness of their accommodation and has returned to her home in Sunderland.

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