The tooth Fairy is back on television, with her daughter and two children.

The tooth Fairy returns to the BBC on Saturday with her second TV series, after a seven-year hiatus.

“She is a wonderful, loving mother and a wonderful actress, and I’m really pleased to have her back,” said producer Simon Thomas.

Her daughter, Lily, has been acting since she was five years old and is now a star in her own right, appearing in movies including My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and the new Doctor Strange movie.

In her new role, the tooth Fairy becomes more concerned with her young daughter’s dental problems, with Lily trying to save her teeth from decay.

Lily’s role is very much in line with her older daughter, who has also starred in movies such as The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and the Harry Potter films.

It’s not just her appearance, Lily is a different personality, too.

Despite being a child actress, Lily still has her trademark sense of humour.

“She’s a bit of a bitterpie, she’s got a lot of the charm of a child actor, but she’s also quite shy,” said Lily.

She has been asked to sing a number of songs to help children and their families cope with the pressures of having a child.

They have been singing the song, which has a line about “babies crying in the middle of a field” from the children’s book of the same name, The Little Prince.

“It’s about wanting to keep the world safe and be kind to the little ones, and to keep them happy, and not to get too involved,” said the Tooth Fairy.

“I’m just hoping that my children get to see the good side of life and be a bit more accepting, and they can be part of the world.

We’re really excited to be on the BBC,” she said.

You can watch the series on Saturday at 8:30pm (GMT+2).

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