Sheridan Smith had said she can't wait to celebrate Christmas with her baby and fiancé Jamie after struggling with depression over her father's death.
The 39-year-old actress admitted she hasn't enjoyed the festive period since losing her dad to cancer four years ago this month.
In an interview with OK! online, Sheridan revealed she's looking forward to her first Christmas with the boys in their new house.
She told the publication: "The last few years I haven't enjoyed Christmas."
"But with Billy, I'm excited again", she said.
Sheridan gave birth to Billy, who she shares with fiancé Jamie Horn, in May this year.
Speaking of her new house with Jamie and little Billy, Sheridan said: "By the time Christmas comes we will be in our new place, which is really exciting.
"Finally, we will have our first home as a family for Billy. We’ll actually be able to celebrate properly."
It's not just her family life that Sheridan is thrilled about at the moment, as her career is also booming.
She's involved in two Sky productions, both written by her pal, David Walliams.
Jack And The Beanstalk: After Ever After, is broadcasting this Christmas, while Hansel And Gretel: After Ever After, is appearing on screen in 2021.
Sheridan shared her little one's name with her fans two months after his birth.
Taking to her Instagram page, Sheridan shared a snap of a personalised cake with "Billy" written in coloured icing.
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The cake was decorated with hearts and clouds and also featured a baby fast asleep in a crib.
Sharing the snap to her 436,000 Instagram followers, Sheridan wrote: "Beautiful cake yesterday made for the little man by lovely Cat and @britruevis at @truevisiontv headquarters.
"We finished our documentary for @itv, can't wait for you guys to see it!"
"Been an emotional rollercoaster but worth every second! #becomingmum", she added.
- Sheridan Smith
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