Billie Faiers shares ADORABLE birthday tribute to daughter Nelly as she turns five: ‘You will forever be my best friend’

The Mummy Diaries star Billie Faiers celebrated her daughter Nelly’s fifth birthday as she made a gushing tribute to her on Instagram.

Billie, 29, shared a gorgeous video of Nelly throughout the years, from a baby to the entertaining young girl she is today.

Mum-of-two Billie accompanied the video with a beautiful message about her first born, in which she called Nelly her “best friend.”

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She wrote: “Happy 5th Birthday our beautiful daughter Nelly … I still can’t believe your 5 !! You truly are one of a kind my precious girl.

"You are the funniest, happy, kindest , CRAZIEST little lady I know and I am SO proud of you.

"You’re personality amazes me every day my Nelly Shep, You will forever be my best friend.

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"I love you lots and lots like jelly Tots, enjoy your special day @memorylanevideos.” [sic]

In a recent interview with OK! magazine , Billie and husband Greg Shepherd spoke out about how different their lives have become over the past few years.

“On TOWIE I was always ‘Sam’s sister’ but now we’re popular in our own right, which does make me proud,” Billie said.

“For Samantha and I, the dream was always to have our own show. Don’t get me wrong, it comes with its ups and downs but it’s amazing to have achieved our dream and get paid for just being ourselves.

“People do compare us to the Kardashians, which is really flattering.”

But when it comes to fame, the proud parents admitted they would end their show “in a heartbeat” if it was in any way affecting Nelly or Arthur’s life negatively.

“Now Nelly’s at school we have to be more careful as the older girls watch the show,” Greg admitted.

"I wouldn’t ever want her to feel embarrassed about being herself,” Billie added.

“If Nelly ever said she didn’t want to film or if I felt it was negatively affecting her or Arthur, then I’d take them off the show in a heartbeat.”

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