Natalie Cassidy, a former cast member of EastEnders, has talked openly about her relationship and the reasons she hasn’t wed her fiancé yet.
The television character Sonia Fowler, played by the actress, proposed to cinematographer Marc Humphries back in 2015.
Eight years later, Natalie is contemplating her upcoming nuptials and notes that she is “extremely indecisive,” which is one of the reasons the big ceremony hasn’t taken place yet.
“We would adore getting married. It’s been almost eight years since we were engaged!” she said.
Natalie said, “One minute I want a huge wedding, the next I think we could just go somewhere very easy.” She made these comments in an interview with OK! Magazine. I’m really unsteady. However, I do believe that at some time, we’ll gather our immediate family at a beautiful location in London, eat dinner, and then throw a large party.
It would be a great idea to do it in ten years. 10 years of engagement or ten years of dating.
Eliza and Joanie, Natalie’s daughters, were born in 2010 and 2016, respectively.
Eliza, who recently turned seven, is shared by the actress and her ex-partner Adam Cottrell, while Joanie is Natalie and Marc’s child.
Recently, Natalie celebrated 30 years of portraying Sonia Fowler. The actress first appeared in 1993, and because to her trademark behavior and passion for playing the trumpet, Sonia quickly established herself as a fan favorite.
Along with partner Reiss Colwell (Jonny Freeman), the character is presently undergoing IVF treatment. Reiss disclosed that he had an account full of money that he’d forgotten about, and there was enough within to pay for three or four rounds of therapy when Sonia expressed her concerns about not being granted the treatment on the NHS because she already has a daughter.
But he didn’t tell her that the money belonged to his wife Debbie, who has been receiving full-time care ever since having a stroke in the bathtub and is really living there.