She has 1.3 million Instagram followers, making her a popular figure.
Tammin Sursok, on the other hand, may have given her massive following a little too much information when she wrote a humorous post about her period on Tuesday.
The 38-year-old actress posted a video celebrating the end of her period after only four days, before it unexpectedly reappeared for a ‘comeback’ fifth day.
Sursok dressed up in a red dress and forced her way through the front door before dancing excitedly to mark the return of her period.
‘Please tell me I’m not the only one,’ she wrote in the caption. #funnyreels’ Day 5 is a comeback story.
Last week, the actress, who is known for her witty social media posts, took a minute to ponder on a more serious issue.
When her husband Sean McEwen developed Covid-19 last year, he was on the verge of losing his battle.
In an Instagram post for Thanksgiving last Thursday, the Home and Away actress recalled the tragic moment she feared he was going to die.
‘I didn’t know whether this photo would be a reality over a year ago today,’ she wrote alongside two family portraits of Sean and their two kids, Phoenix, 7, and Lennon, 2.
‘Around this time last year, my husband had severe Covid, and my world was flipped upside down,’ she wrote.
‘Life isn’t always ideal, and it may be a bumpy ride at times, but everything makes sense when I focus on what I’m grateful for,’ she added.
‘If we only focus long enough to see it, there is so much joy, beauty, and wonder in this world.’ ‘This year, what are you grateful for?’
Tammin returned to Australia earlier this year after residing in Los Angeles with her small family.
And it now looks that she intends to remain with her family. She intends to remain with her family.
‘My husband and I kept saying we’re coming back to Australia to share our time in both countries,’ the actress remarked during an interview on Today Extra last week.
‘And because of work, we were in LA,’ she said, ‘but I feel like I put it out into the universe, and I’m a huge manifester, and I feel like this occurred to us because we’re meant to be here.’
‘I came to [Queensland] for a film, but the borders were closed, and it’s been incredible.’
‘We’ve been in Queensland for over six months now, and I’m in love with it.’ I don’t think I’ve ever spent so much time here because the kids are in school.’
And after months in Australia, the star, who rose to international stardom after securing a role on Pretty Little Liars, appeared to be regaining her Aussie accent.
She’s been in Australia working on her role in The Good Hustle, a new Australian drama based on real-life female publicists she’s met in her life.
‘It’s centered on a high-profile businesswoman who is also attempting to start a family and manage her personal life while also trying to be successful in her own business and corporation.’
‘It’s difficult to do everything, especially for women.’ And climbing the corporate ladder as a woman isn’t easy; I believe you’ll have to work even harder.’
Tammin is a dedicated mother and career woman who strives to achieve a healthy work-life balance.
She and her producer husband, Sean McEwen, have been married for ten years.
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