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EXCLUSIVE: Emily Symons exposes shock Home And Away fan moment

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The Home and Away character Marilyn Chambers played by Emily Symons has remained a popular figure for more than three decades.

Therefore, it would be reasonable to suppose that the actress is followed by followers everywhere she goes.

But when we recently reconnected, Emily, 53, made the unexpected admission that: “No one ever recognizes me!

When I go for business with [co-stars] like Ada [Nicodemou] or Lynne [McGranger], I’ll be standing right next to them, and people will run up and beg for a photo. They’ll hand their phone to me so I can take it. They respond, “Who?” when Lynne asks, “Do you want one with Emily? Emily chuckles.

Emily has gained notoriety for Marilyn’s appearance ever since she initially entered Summer Bay in 1989 as the exuberant beauty therapist with big hair and a heart to match.

However, it becomes apparent throughout our exclusive photo shoot that Emily is far more reserved in real life.

On set, it takes an hour and a half to transform me into Marilyn, whereas the other women are all dressed in only half the time. I am without a doubt the slowest,” she chuckles.

The only person who can sneak inside Woolworths to do the weekly shopping without anyone noticing is me.

Although Emily is substantially different from Marilyn, she still cares deeply about the persona.

She really inherited some traits from her mother Glen, who died of cancer in 2010.

She explains that her mother “was always very joyful, kind, and enjoyed life and children.”

“Mom had a crazy collection she loved from Smiggle, which is why you see Marilyn with a strange fluffy pen. She had a terrific sense of humor and adored pink.

In real life, Emily inherited Glen’s passion for cooking, and she freely acknowledges that if the chance to go on a celebrity culinary show ever presented itself, she’d be “extremely tempted.”

She reflects, “My mother was a really brilliant teacher, but I’m not quite as good as her. I can defend myself, then.

Henry, Emily’s 7-year-old son, doesn’t think much of Emily’s celebrity status because he has grown up seeing his mother on television and in magazines.

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