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Emily Atack quits social media as she ‘takes time away’ after ‘a hell of a year’


EMILY Atack has revealed the actual cause she’s disappeared off social media in new weeks.

The previous I am A Movie star star says she’s “taking time absent” immediately after “a hell of a 12 months”.

Emily Atack celebrating her birthday this week

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Emily Atack celebrating her birthday this 7 daysCredit rating: Instagram / @emilyatack
The 34-year-old recently quit social media

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The 34-12 months-old recently quit social mediaCredit history: emilyatack/Instagram

She promised lovers lose be back soon as she returned to share an image of her celebrating her birthday.

The actress and comic turned 34 yesterday.

“Many thanks for the birthday really like yesterday all people,” Emily wrote on Instagram.

“I’ve been silent on here a short while ago and concentrating on real real lifetime, working really hard and having some time away from social immediately after a helluva yr.

“But I will be back adequately shortly. Hope you are all living your finest hungover life and receiving ready for the household rows and deflated wobbly blow up beds.”

Emily has been chaotic filming for the Disney+ series adaptation of Jilly Cooper’s romp-fuelled novel The Rivals.

She’s doing work with some enormous names for the new demonstrate, including David Tennant, Aidan Turner and Danny Dyer.

The 8-portion series features intimate entanglements, sex and unforgettable people – with Emily’s stripping off for some pretty X-rated sexual intercourse scenes.

She also discovered she’d built the shortlist of nominations at The Grierson British Documentary Awards as Finest Documentary Presenter for Emily Atack: Asking for it.

The star has also been linked romantically to a nuclear scientist pursuing her break up from her tree-surgeon boyfriend.

The Inbetweeners actress was photographed holding palms in London with Dr Alistair Garner in September.



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