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Sam Faiers has given a glimpse into her family fun day at her sprawling Surrey mansion as the UK basked in scorching 32-degree heat.
The Mummy Diaries star, 30, who recently landed her first film role alongside son Paul., gave a sneak peek inside on Sunday 18 July.
Mum-of-two, who shares five year old Paul and three year old Rosie with partner Paul Knightley, went all-out on the garden party and was joined by her sister-in-law Claudia Allen and her baby Tony Knightley.
Taking a look inside the garden, we can see that Sam set up a huge pool for the family to cool down in during the scorching summer sun.
Paul and Rosie were also treated to a giant inflatable helter skelter ride with Sam's partner Paul seen whizzing down the slide with his son and nephew Tony.
The blonde beauty also organised for a giant teepee in the garden with the three little ones seen playing in the shade as the UK sweltered in 32-degree heat.
Sam was every inch the perfect host as she also laid on a delicious buffet of skewers, cheese, corn-on-the-cob among other tasty treats for the family to tuck into.
It appears that the former TOWIE star has every reason to celebrate after Sam and son Paul are set to join a star-studded cast including Jimmy Kimmel, Dax Shepard and Randall Park, in voiceover roles for the upcoming animated Paw Patrol movie, which is set to premiere in August.
It is believed that Sam's contract with the ITVBe show she starred on with her sister, Billie Faiers, stopped her from taking up opportunities such as the animated movie.
A source told MailOnline: "Sam's been inundated with offers since announcing her departure from the Mummy Diaries and has already lined up a number of major roles.
"She's excited to be working with such a world-renowned studio and hopes this will open up new career opportunities for her."
Sam announced she had quit the reality show last month, writing on Instagram: "To my wonderful followers and supporters of The Mummy Diaries over the past 7 years, for many months of consideration, I've decided that now feels like the right time to step away and to focus on new adventures.
"I truly have watched all the most defining moments in my adult life play out on The Mummy Diaries – bringing two beautiful children into the world, my relationship with Paul, building my businesses, creating a home together as a family, and of course all the wonderful memories with Billie and my family."
She continued to tell her 2.5 million followers: "I'm so grateful to ITV and Potato for giving me and my children the best home movies anyone could ask for, I could never have imagined 7 years ago that we would still be here today- 9 series on! But more importantly I will be forever appreciative to our incredible viewers.
"For those of you wondering why, and this is the honest truth; I always said when the children start school, I would reassess the situation and this wasn’t an easy decision to make by all means but I’ve decided I would let my family take a break from it all."
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