Hollyoaks favourite Lucy-Jo Hudson has been supported by fans after she opened up about her daughter going on holiday with her famous ex.
The 40-year-old actress, who plays Donna-Marie Quinn in the Channel 4 soap, shares Sienna with actor Alan Halall, who plays Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street.
Lucy-Jo and Alan met on the set of Corrie back in 2002, in which Lucy-Jo played Katy Harris.
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Alan has taken Sienna to Florida on holiday for two weeks, leaving her mum Lucy-Jo feeling "so sad".
Taking to Instagram recently, she penned: ""So my big girl Sienna-Rae, has gone away for 2 weeks with her dad to Florida.
"I'm soooooo excited for her, cos I know she is gonna absolutely love it…. but if I’m totally honest…. I feel so sad that I won’t be creating these memories with her, and god am I going to miss her. Such mixed emotions."
She then added: "Ahhh its so hard isn’t it? (If you know you know)," alongside a broken heart emoji.
The couple were married for seven years but announced their seperation back in 2016. They reconciled a month alter but split again in 2018.
Lucy-Jo has since found love with Lewis Devine after meeting when appearing in a pantomime together in 2017 and Alan has been in a relationship with former Corrie star Tisha Merry for several years.
She went on to heap praise on her little girl and how her going away will impact her younger brother.
"She is such a beautiful soul and she is so close to her little brother who I know is gonna really struggle with her not being around, especially now he’s getting older, he’s so much more aware of her not being there when she goes to her dads," Lucy-Jo shared.
"But @lewis_devine1987 and I have got plans for Carter, to keep him entertained and we’ll help him through the next 2 weeks of mixed emotions.
"Lew is gonna miss her too as she has a really gorgeous bond with him! He’ll never replace her dad but he is a brilliant male role model in her life! Ahhhh I know it’s only 2 weeks but why does that feel like a lifetime?"
Opening up about co-parenting, Lucy-Jo typed: "It’s been almost 6 years of me having to share my Sienna, and you’d think I’d be used to it by now but I’m not! I cope a lot better than I did, as I know it’s just a part of being in a separated family, you have to get used it, don’t you? But it really doesn’t get any easier does it?"
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Lucy-Jo rounded off her lengthy post by saying: "Have the best time Sienna baby. I love and miss you already," before she was quickly supported in the comments as her fans, with some followers sharing their own stories of being part of blended families and co-parenting.
One fan typed: "feel exactly the same, my daughter goes to Florida with her dad this year too."
"God I understand this so much," another added.
A third person posted: "I feel for you as I’m in the same situation. It does get easier but it’s always going to be hard ."
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