Inside EastEnders star Lacey Turner's luxury holiday in Singapore with newborn daughter Dusty

LACEY Turner is having the "best summer ever" as she enjoyed a luxury family holiday in Singapore with her baby Dusty.

The EastEnders actress – who plays the role of Stacey Slater in the BBC One soap – jetted to Asia with her daughter, husband Matt Kay, as well as her nan, mother Beverly and her sister Lily for a well-deserved break.

Lacey, 31, documented her vacation on social media, which saw her share a string of sweet photos of her with her relatives just months after final scenes of her leaving Walford aired in August this year.

She shared a picture of her sister Lily cradling Dusty on her Instagram Stories, which she captioned with a GIF that read: "Best summer ever."

The soap star went on to share a sweet image of her grandparent laughing with her younger sibling at dinner, before she posted a picture of her mum holding her child.

Lacey went on to upload a black and white photograph of her and Dusty together, which she captioned: "You are my everything."

Dusty was all smiles on her first getaway as she splashed around in a rubber dinghy, before she cuddled up with her dad on the bed after a long day.

Lacey also shared a sweet image of her mum holding Dusty by the pool, which saw her little one dressed up in a colourful co-ord and vibrant bow headband.

The soap star went on to post a picture of her kissing Dusty's feet.

Dusty later enjoyed a nap in the shade while wrapped in blankets.

Lacey married Matt in Ibiza in 2017 after they met as teenagers.

She gave birth to Dusty on 12 July, having previously suffered two tragic miscarriages.

Her miscarriages both took place at seven weeks but her pregnancy woes ended last year when she fell pregnant and passed the first trimester.

The nation's sweetheart blamed herself when she miscarried twice during the couple's first year of marriage.

She previously said: "It felt like my whole world had fallen to pieces and there's nothing you can do apart from try and put it back together.

"I blamed myself thinking that I'd done something wrong. I'd think, why me? What did I do? But, of course, I hadn't done anything wrong – it's all down to chromosomes and luck, really."

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