Chelsee Healey and Kelle Bryan are to discuss how to talk about racism with kids.
The ‘Hollyoaks’ actresses – who play Goldie McQueen and Martine Deveraux in the Channel 4 show – are set to appear on a new episode of #Don’tFilterFeelings, where they will discuss racism and how they discuss the topic with their children.
A spokesperson said: "In the next episode of the #DontFilterFeelings, Brenda Edwards is joined by Kelle and Chelsee to discuss talking to your child about racism. Make sure you keep an eye out for the podcast dropping very soon."
Meanwhile, Chelsee – who has three-year-old daughter Coco with ex Jack Molloy – previously shared "disgusting" racist abuse directed at her daughter.
She shared a screenshot of the message on her social media channels, and added: "Uno what I get nasty messages all day mostly about me! I’m a big girl I can handle that, but saying something so disgusting about my beautiful innocent baby upsets me especially when their nothing you can do to protect them from people’s vile words. I wanted too post up because of the movement that’s happening right now! Racism is so real but so is BLM (sic)"
And Chelsee says her priorities "completely changed" when she became a mum.
Speaking in 2018, she said: "It’s no secret that I’m single but Jack will always be there for Coco. We’ve not been together for a while and she goes to London every other weekend to be with her dad. We’re still friends, it’s all amicable. All I want to do is be the best mum that I can be to Coco. Since having her, my priorities have completely changed and of course you want to set the best example that you can. She was a surprise baby but I was definitely ready for motherhood. When it happened it just felt right. I’d got my partying days out of my system and everything I do now is about her, it’s not about me."