Lacey Turner shares adorable image of daughter Dusty with four generations of her family

Lacey Turner has shared an adorable new photo of her daughter, Dusty, as she poses alongside four generations of relatives.

The 31 year old actress gave birth to Dusty in July and has since shared a plethora of images of her newborn meeting members of her family.

She has now reunited with her ancestors as she posed alongside her mum, auntie, grandmother and great grandmother in Lacey's arm.

EastEnders star Lacey shared the gorgeous image with her 302,000 Instagram followers on Sunday afternoon.

Lacey simply captioned the image: "4 generations," alongside a line of different coloured love hearts, tagging each member of the family in the photograph.

Little Dusty looks adorable as ever in the family snap, dressed expertly by mum Lacey in a cute pink number.

Proud mum Lacey donned a green floor length gown complete with red floral patterning for the family reunion, as her mum, Bev, looked stylish in a monochrome number while holding on to Dusty's tiny foot.

Perched on a wall next to them is Lacey's grandmother, who opted for a low cut green number for the occasion. She sits next to Lacey's younger sister, Lily.

However, one female member of the family was missing from the get together, with Lacey admitting they were "missing" her other sister, Daisy.

Stacey Fowler actress Lacey recently shared an emotional image of a teary eyed Daisy meeting her new niece for the first time.

In one of the gorgeous snaps, Lacey’s sister Daisy can be seen with tears in her eyes as she cradles her niece for the first time.

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Dusty is cute as a button in the snap as she lies on her auntie's shoulder, wearing a green and white gingham dress and an adorable smile on her face.

Lacey captioned the picture: "When Dusty met auntie day day @daisy90 #thebestthingsinlifearefree#auntiesarethebest. [sic]"

Some of Lacey’s EastEnders co-stars commented on the gorgeous snap, with Louisa Lytton writing: "You made it," while Patsy Palmer commented: "Beautiful."

Lacey and her husband, Matt Kay, returned home from their first family holiday with Dusty just days ago, as they visited their "favourite spot," Singapore.

The first time mum shared a comparison image of her and Matt four years apart, showing how much their family has changed within that time.

The first photo showed Lacey wearing a black dress while holding a clutch bag with her arm around her husband Matt while the couple smile at the camera as they stand outside the Fullerton Bay Hotel.

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A second snap of the couple stood outside the same hotel shows them holding their newborn daughter four years later.

In the caption Lacey explained: "4 years later and a new addition," and added: "Dusty Doo," with a purple heart either side of Dusty’s name.

She then gushed: "We love you #dustydoo #fullertonbayhotel #myfavspot."

Lacey unveiled the first pictures of baby Daisy exclusively with OK! magazine in a stunning shoot in July, where she opened up about her "enjoyable" water birth.

Speaking at the time, she said: "I had the most amazing birth and I feel lucky to be able to say that. I went into labour at 2am on Friday July 12 and had her at 8.45am, so it was a short labour and it was five days before my actual due date.

"My contractions started coming every four minutes and within an hour they were every two minutes. I had the loveliest midwife, too."

She added: "Dusty was back-to-back and she allowed me to have a water birth, whereas some women are sent for a Caesarean at that point.

"My mum and Matt were both there and they were so supportive. My mum had a water birth when she had my 17-year-old sister and I watched her give birth, so it was nice for her to see the same thing.

"I was on the same ward at Watford General Hospital as where my mum had given birth – I was in the next room in fact!"

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