Danniella Westbrook shares unseen throwback photos of rarely-seen kids Jodie and Kai and calls them 'my world'

DANNIELLA Westbrook has posted some sweet unseen throwbacks of her with kids Kai and Jodie.

The 48-year-old posted the snaps on her Instagram story showing her beaming in each as she posed with them.

Alongside the photo of her and Kai, now 26, she added: "One half of my world."

Next to the one of her 21-year-old Jodie, the actress said: "The other half of my world."

Former EastEnders star Danniella recently revealed she's engaged to her jailed boyfriend David, 28, and credited him for keeping her young.

She told the Daily Star that she credited her jailed toyboy beau for her "living the dream" in her 40s.

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"I'm just having a good time, I'm managed by young people – my children, my friends," she opened up. "They keep me edgy."

She added of her new fiance: "David is young and he's 28, coming up for 29. David will be 30 when I'm 50.

"But I'm like the Barbara Windsor with Scott, she had a young one. Vanessa Feltz and Ben – they all have young other halves.

"Everyone has toyboys. I'm living the dream, they keep me young."

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Danniella also insisted she would be "in the best shape of her life at 50" – in both her "body and mind".

The star recently told The Sun she's getting a "new face" on the NHS after years of drug addiction left her with rotting bones in her face.

Danniella said: "If you go to a plastic surgeon, they'll do everything faster. When you're paying it's quicker, but that doesn't necessarily mean you're getting the best result.

"They're doing it for me under the NHS now. I'd rather be doing it the way I am with very good, specialised doctors.

"I've got the best care in the country under the best surgeons."

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