Shana Swash, Joe Swash’s sister and a former EastEnder, gave birth to her first kid.
The 33-year-old Demi Miller actress confirmed the happy news on social media by posting a monochrome photo of the child cuddling up to her fiancé, Nick Jones.
“Kitty Frances Swash Jones ???? 18.12.2023,” wrote she.
Actress Kate Dickie was among the celebs and fans who hurried to greet Shana, saying, “Ohh congratulations!” I’m really happy for you! Warmest regards and affection ❤️❤️❤️.
Added: “Huge congratulations to you both ????????,” @Emilygracebutton She is flawless xxx.
In a contentious plot from the early 2000s, the actress, who portrayed Demi in the BBC One soap opera, gave birth at the age of thirteen.
After living with the Miller family on Albert Square for two years, Shana was written off the show in 2006 when Demi moved to the Cotswolds to live with her mother.
Shana, who is currently engaged to boyfriend Nick, frequently shares updates about her life on social media. She talks about her activities outside of the spotlight and her career as an actress, which she began after leaving EastEnders. Shana has starred in several short films, including Top Boy and Doctors.
From 2004 until 2006, the actress played Demi in EastEnders.
She was a favorite of the audience, and when word spread that her part would be reduced on the program, supporters launched an online petition to keep her on the show.
Shana, along with her on-screen mother Gerry Cowper (Rosie Miller), did, however, depart the program.
Shana recently changed the course of her career by launching her own company and setting up a pop-up coffee shop in North London.
“Lockdown provided me the motivation to step outside of my comfort zone and launch my own business. I fell deeply in love with coffee.” She revealed to The Sun.
To be honest, I have enjoyed every second of it. I am the only operator, managing it full-time on a daily basis and serving as your neighborhood barista in a park close to my childhood home.
I’ve been able to make a lot of friends and meet a lot of people thanks to it, including the ardent EastEnders fans.