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Emily Atack puts on a brave face after fertility worries on Adulting show

She’s recently opened up about her fears of fertility and the possibility of having her eggs frozen. 

And Emily Atack, 29, was in high spirits as she arrived at the Soho Hotel in London on Monday, before heading to the launch event for her new TV series Adulting.

The former I’m A Celebrity star looked summer ready in a printed orange shirt dress as she stepped out of a car and headed inside the popular celebrity haunt.  

Launch night: Emily Atack, 29, looked super stylish as she arrived at the Soho Hotel in London on Monday evening for the launch of her new TV show Adulting

Launch night: Emily Atack, 29, looked super stylish as she arrived at the Soho Hotel in London on Monday evening for the launch of her new TV show Adulting 

Emily looked lovely in her burnt orange dress, which featured a quirky pattern in various shades of orange and a V-neckline that offered a glimpse of her cleavage. 

Showing off her toned legs and golden tan, the actress strutted into the London hotel wearing the classy outfit. 

The star finished the silky ensemble with a pair of statement, chunky white heels and a black oversized handbag slung over her shoulder.   

Emily wore a pair of stylish aviator shades and styled her blonde tresses in a casual updo. 

Glowing: The former I'm A Celebrity star looked summer ready in a printed orange shirt dress as she stepped out of a car and headed inside the popular celebrity haunt

Glowing: The former I’m A Celebrity star looked summer ready in a printed orange shirt dress as she stepped out of a car and headed inside the popular celebrity haunt

The actress was staying at the same hotel as iconic fashion designer, Jean-Paul Gaultier, 67, who was also spotted outside the venue.

Emily’s appearance at the Soho Hotel comes after she recently opened up about her concerns about fertility as she prepares to turn 30 in her new Sky series Adulting. 

In the first episode of the W show, which airs on Wednesday, the British actress – who gained fame in The Inbetweeners – visits a fertility clinic as she explores if having a baby could help her to feel complete. 

Stylish: Emily put on a brave face in a burnt orange dress, which featured a quirky pattern in various shades of orange and a v-neckline that offered a glimpse of her cleavage

Stylish: Emily put on a brave face in a burnt orange dress, which featured a quirky pattern in various shades of orange and a v-neckline that offered a glimpse of her cleavage

Star-studded stay: The actress was staying at the same hotel as iconic fashion designer, Jean-Paul Gaultier, 67

Star-studded stay: The actress was staying at the same hotel as iconic fashion designer, Jean-Paul Gaultier, 67

Launch night: In the first episode of the show, which airs on Wednesday, the British actress visits a fertility clinic as she explores if having a baby could help her to feel complete

Launch night: In the first episode of the show, which airs on Wednesday, the British actress visits a fertility clinic as she explores if having a baby could help her to feel complete

The star reveals that she would be ‘devastated’ if the test confirmed that she would struggle to conceive when the time is right. Speaking in a clip from Emily Atack: Adulting, she said: ‘I have been worrying about my fertility.’

The show then follows Emily’s journey as she sees a doctor who tells her she has an ‘average’ egg count. Emily concludes that she will wait until she has found the right man before worrying about starting a family – but will consider freezing her eggs.

She said: ‘My whole life I have assumed if I met someone I could have babies straight away, but what if I can’t?’

Adulting: Showing off her toned legs and golden tan, the actress appeared to be glowing as she posed for photographers at the launch event wearing the classy outfit

Adulting: Showing off her toned legs and golden tan, the actress appeared to be glowing as she posed for photographers at the launch event wearing the classy outfit

Fertility worries: Emily recently opened up about her concerns about fertility as she prepares to turn thirty, in new Sky series Adulting

Fertility worries: Emily recently opened up about her concerns about fertility as she prepares to turn thirty, in new Sky series Adulting 

Although she has found love with film producer boyfriend Rob Jowers, Emily admitted she is concerned she will reach a certain age and still not be close to having children.

Revealing that she can’t imagine feeling ready for children despite her longing, Emily speaks to her parents and a colleague about their experience of having kids.

She said: ‘The world and its dog thinks I’d be utterly useless at looking after a child. I’m going to prove them wrong.’

Specialist: Emily visits Fertility Specialist Dr Malini Uppal for an internal scan, after confessing she's concerned about her ability to have children

Specialist: Emily visits Fertility Specialist Dr Malini Uppal for an internal scan, after confessing she’s concerned about her ability to have children

In love: Although she has found love with film producer boyfriend Rob Jowers, Emily admitted she is concerned she will reach a certain age and still not be close to having children

In love: Although she has found love with film producer boyfriend Rob Jowers, Emily admitted she is concerned she will reach a certain age and still not be close to having children

Proving people wrong: The Inbetweeners star concludes that there isn't a right or wrong time to become a parent after speaking to mothers at a soft play area

Proving people wrong: The Inbetweeners star concludes that there isn’t a right or wrong time to become a parent after speaking to mothers at a soft play area

Emily spends the day talking to other mothers at a soft play area, while looking after her cousin’s step-daughter.

The former I’m A Celebrity contestant decides to take a fertility test after weighing up how having a child could change her body and career.

She says: ‘You want to believe all your tubes are working and know that your body is working. You’re going to have a future with a healthy body and hopefully children’.

Honest: Emily Atack considers life's big questions including when to become a mother in a new UKTV series

Honest: Emily Atack considers life’s big questions including when to become a mother in a new UKTV series

She says: ‘There is no such thing as the right or wrong time to have children. There is absolutely no such thing.

‘I think if you bring a child into the world proving that they’re loved, looked after and you do your best, I don’t think there is a right or wrong time.

‘It might be in your mind at a wrong time, when you’re not expecting it and it wasn’t planned and you go oh **** that’ s not ideal, But you can make it work. You can, I’m not going to worry about it anymore.

‘Regardless of how much I want a baby, there’s one crucial part of the puzzle missing without which I’m not doing a thing – My dream man.’

Positivity: Emily revealed she's going to stop worrying about her fertility until she meets the right man

Positivity: Emily revealed she’s going to stop worrying about her fertility until she meets the right man 

Daily Mail UK

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