Helen Flanagan admits slacking with daughter’s Easter homework as she says the family are ‘too busy having fun’
Helen Flanagan has admitted to falling behind with her children’s homework during the Easter break. The mum-of-three took to her Instagram stories to reveal that she hasn’t done much school work with her daughter Matilda as she revealed they’ve been ‘too busy having fun’.
The Coronation Street actress, who played Rosie Webster before going on maternity leave in 2018, said she ‘felt a bit bad’ that she’d slacked with school work and asked other parents if they are in the same boat whilst kids up and down the country are on half term.
Helen, who is engaged to Preston North End footballer Scott Sinclair, shared a selfie smiling alongside her six-year-old daughter Matilda and wrote: “Feel a bit bad, not done much work with Matilda yet as its half term and we’ve been too busy having fun, anyone else? Just done some reading today.”
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A couple of hours later Helen also revealed that her daughters Delilah, three, and Matilda ‘couldn’t be anymore different’. She first shared a video of her eldest daughter Matilda showing off a princess gown after taking her to go see Beauty and The Beast at the theatre.
In the next video on her story, the 32-year-old from Bury then showed a video of her youngest daughter Delilah wearing a jumper that read ‘little sister’.
Alongside the video Helen wrote with a laughing face: “Matilda and Delilah could not be anymore different.
“Matilda is a princess and talks about her wedding all the time and who she is going to marry. Delilah is such a tomboy loves Spider-Man, dinosaurs and tracksuits. Obsessed with her she’s amazing.”
Helen previously took to social media to say that her three children Delilah, Matilda, and baby brother Charlie, have all come down with scarlet fever. The news comes as parents were warned over a sharp rise in cases of the contagious infection.
Scarlet fever, which is most common in children but can still affect adults, causes flu-like symptoms including high temperature, sore throat, swollen neck glands, rash and headache. A total of 3,488 cases of scarlet fever were reported between September 2021 and March 2022 in England compared to an average of 8,605 for this same period in the previous five years.
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