HomeArticleEnglish Actress Dani Harmer: See How she's Managing As an Actress, A Mother and A Loving Girlfriend: Happy With Her Boyfriend Simon Brough
English Actress Dani Harmer: See How she's Managing As an Actress, A Mother and A Loving Girlfriend: Happy With Her Boyfriend Simon Brough
Updated On 11 Feb, 2018 Published On 11 Feb, 2018
Dani Harmer has simply proved that marriage is not an important step to live a wonderful life with loved ones. She welcomed her first child with her boyfriend Simon Brough in 2016.
Dani Harmer has simply proved that marriage is not an important step to live a wonderful life with loved ones. She welcomed her first child with boyfriend Simon Brough in 2016 and their lives have never been better than this!
Despite having a loving partner and an adorable baby girl, Dani has been suffering from a severe migraine since her childhood days. And Brough has always been there for her through all the rough patches.
Dani Harmer's Unconditional Love With Strictly Come Dancing star Simon Brough
I'm Karen Taylor actress Dani is living a blessed life with longtime beau Simon Brough.
Sources claim that Harmer and Brough have been an item since 2015. The happiness in the family increased to double when the 28-year-old actress welcomed a healthy baby, Avarie-Belle Betsy on 28 June 2016 with her boyfriend.
Harmer and Brough with their beautiful baby girl Avare Belle
Dani's symptoms began when she was just 11 but the case wasn't diagnosed until she was 16.
Harmer suffered a severe since she was just 11
Source: Twit Celeb Gossip
It even affected her during filming The Story of Tracy Beaker. She shared her experience in an interview stating,
'At first it was a severe headache – I got them when I was filming the first series. I needed to be in a darkened room, take an aspirin or Nurofen, and have a nap. It would usually wear off within an hour.'
When she turned 13, the attacks became severe and her parents became really worried about her condition.
"The pain was unbelievable, and the symptoms - the blindness, numb feeling, constant vomiting – were terrifying."
"No one mentioned the word migraines until I was 16 when I was given Migraleve [a paracetamol and codeine-based medication], which had no effect."
Harmer even stated the issues via Twitter:
Still feeling rough!! Migraines are pure evil!! Xx