EMILY Atack looked completely different in a throwback photo with her younger brother George.
The ITV star shared the adorable vintage photo in a ‘photo dump’ of a series of photos to celebrate the return of the sunny weather.
Emily Atack posted a throwback photo with her younger brotherCredit: Instagram
In the throwback photo, the young kids are sitting on the grass with a toddler-aged Emily protectively resting her arm on a baby George.
“Sunny fingz 🌞🍓🥬🥂💫,” Emily captioned the Instagram post.
It has not been all sunshine and happy photos on social media for Emily recently.
She slammed “perverts” sending her filthy messages after a photo of her in a taxi circulated online.
The Inbetweeners star said she was hounded on Sunday after the snap was shared by a porn website’s Twitter account.
Emily, 32, wrote on Instagram: “Oh good so this photo is now on the actual Fake Taxi Twitter and website.
“Excellent, No really that’s great. Trying to have a wholesome Sunday and I’m being bombarded with perverts asking if I’d like to accidentally take a wrong turn into the woods.
“Go iron your kids school uniforms you p***ks.”
The photo shows Emily sitting in the back of a black cab wearing a green mini dress, as she playfully sticks out her tongue.
It was shared by FakeTaxi, a porno site where men can be seen romping with women in the back of a cab.
Emily was made aware of the photo doing the rounds last week, when cruel social media users insinuated she had deliberately posed for the site.
In one snap, a vile Instagram user wrote over the photo: “#Looks like Charlotte from The Inbetweeeners has had quite a dramatic career change.”
This isn’t the first time that Emily has been attacked by viscious trolls.
She has been cruelly asked if she’s pregnant and branded an alcoholic in shock messages.
“Expecting a baby?,” the troll asked alongside a whale emoji.
They then sent another message weeks later, which read: “S*** clothes and you’re an alcoholic.”
The former Inbetweeners actress often names and shames trolls who send her abusive messages online.
Actress Emily was recently among the celebrities backing laws to jail internet trolls.
She told The Sun: “I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve logged on and felt completely winded by what someone has written or sent directly to me.”
“I’ve received countless levels of online abuse but increasingly, it has become very sexualised. I receive hundreds of sexually motivated messages – from rape threats, to men telling me exactly what they’re going to do to me in the most brutal and misogynistic ways.
“I launched the #EndCyberflashing campaign alongside Grazia Magazine last year to make unwanted sexually explicit abuse a crime.
“So much more needs to be done to stop these vile abusers. They certainly wouldn’t get away with saying these sort of things if they saw me on the street.
“There needs to be tougher penalties, the threat of prison needs to be enforced.”
Emily posted a series of photos to celebrate the sunny weatherCredit: Instagram
Emily captioned the post ‘summer tings’Credit: Instagram
It comes after Emily dealt with ‘perverts’ and trollsCredit: Instagram
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