‘My Cosmopolitan’: Former EastEnders star Cheryl Ferguson, 57, gives fans a glimpse of her young husband Yassin, 37, as a couple taking a sweet selfie.
Cheryl Ferguson was all smiles when she shared a photo of her young husband and rarely seen son on Instagram on Tuesday.
The former EastEnders star, 57, appeared in front of her lover Yassin Al Jarmouni, 37, posting two photos on social media.
Cheryl, who played Heather Trout on the hit BBC soap from 2007 until 2012, showed off her natural beauty by tossing out her makeup and styling her naturally curly locks.
Smiling at her young husband, Yassin Al Jarmouni, 37, Cheryl Ferguson posed for a selfie on Instagram on Tuesday.
Yassin, who is 21 years younger than the actress, posed in the photo wearing a blue polo shirt and a blue baseball cap.
In another snapshot, Cheryl turned up the heat wearing a smoky eye shadow and deep red lipstick while raising a storm with her son Alex, 23.
I commented on the footage: My husband Yassin and my son Alex. worldwide’.
The EastEnders star, 57, also shared a snap of her wearing smoky eyeshadow and deep red lipstick while she was raising a storm with her son Alex, 23.
The star made her EastEnders debut in 2007 and has been involved in a number of storylines including her marriage to Minty Peterson and having a baby with Darren Miller.
Heather was later killed in 2012 when Ben Mitchell hit her on the head with a picture frame.
Earlier this year, Cheryl insisted that her young husband, Yassin, is not a “gold prospector,” and that they are still happily married after 11 years.
She exchanged vows with the rarely seen store assistant, 35, in 2011 – but their relationship was riddled with suspicion.
Amazing: The star made her EastEnders debut in 2007 and has been involved in a number of storylines including her marriage to Minty Peterson and having a baby with Darren Miller (pictured in 2011)
She went on to claim that the naysayers were sexist and would not question Mick Jagger, 78, about his union with ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 35.
She told the mirror: “The world has become too cynical. People think it must be a hoax, it must be a problem. But I say, “It doesn’t have to be anything. Just stop!”
It seems like it’s great for guys, like Mick Jagger, who are even younger now. And it seems good for them to have someone else after two years.
“Well, we don’t care. It’s really quite water from the ducks back to us now. I just feel sorry for them, because they need to criticize our lives.”
Although the on-screen character Heather Trout was unlucky in love, the actress enjoyed a stormy romance with her second husband after meeting him online in 2010.
She soon drove to his hometown of Agadir and they were tied up the following June.
Cheryl previously revealed that she did not reveal her identity to Morocco for five months after they started messaging online.
Speaking to Baggy Woman in 2017, the soap opera star said she enjoyed “old fashioned” flirtation with her 30-year-old.
She said: ‘We met online, wrote to each other on the computer and talked on the computer. It was very old.
He didn’t know what I do for a living. I didn’t see my picture. It was five months of chatting before we met each other.
I saw it and it was like a ping. I knew he was the man I was going to marry and had been married once before.
Addressing the age gap of 21, Cheryl said that “age doesn’t matter” and “nobody blinks when a guy does it.”
She continued, “Thank God we are not all the same. I think you do whatever you feel comfortable with.
Reply: Earlier this year, Cheryl insisted that her young husband Yassin, 35, is not a ‘gold prospector’, and that they are still happily married after 11 years (pictured in 2011)