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She says: 'Most people look at us like we're mad."You found complete happiness watching a baby take a bottle? It was a relationship described by the couple as “difficult,” and one considered controversial by not a few local show biz observers.She began acting at an early age and believes her first stage appearance was aged two in a pantomime in the village of Tintinhull playing the pearl in an oyster. After training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London, her appearance in a cult advert for Manchester-based Boddingtons bitter in 1994 (as Vera, who likes nothing better than "a good rub down with chip fat") led to a series of roles as Northern women, including Dawn Rudge in Peak Practice (1993), Allie Henshall in Cutting It (2002), Annie Naylor in Trust and Natalie Holden in Blackpool (2004).
During their baby’s short life, Sarah and James were in and out of Southampton General Hospital frequently where Ella-Jayne was being looked after.
The couple, who began dating after starring in Cutting It together, set up The Murray Parish Foundation in memory of their late daughter.“I think if you create something in memory of somebody that you’ve lost, it’s a reminder of them.
And it’s a good reminder,” Sarah, 48, told uk.“Every time we do something and we are saving other children’s lives, we feel very proud of Ella-Jayne’s little life.”She continued: “However short it was, it meant something. What happened during that time has become something very meaningful.
What we’re doing is quite cathartic in a way.”Sarah recently spoke about how the loss almost broke up her marriage.
Sarah explained: “When we speak to families, they always say the same thing.