Also in 2010 she played a role in a one-act play, Hens, which ran for four performances at a fringe theatre in Hammersmith as part of a fringe festival.
In January 2013 Jonathan Ross announced on his TV chat show that Moffett was pregnant again.
She was photographed very heavily pregnant in April, and gave birth to her third child, a son named Wilfred, on .
Since appearing on Doctor Who in 2008, Moffett has acted in the short-lived spinoff Spooks: Code Nine and made four TV guest appearances (in Casualty in 20, playing two different characters; Merlin in 2009; and a cameo in Thorne in 2010).
In 2010, she landed the role of Emma in the BBC3 sitcom White Van Man, which was cancelled after two series.
Moffett began acting as a young teenager, and acted in numerous TV shows, often acting opposite her father.
She was a regular on The Bill as Sam Nixon's troubled teen daughter Abi, who was featured in a number of major storylines.
Moffett started going by Georgia Tennant privately the day of the wedding though she continues to use the name Moffett for her acting work.
Tennant also adopted Moffet's son Ty (from a previous relationship), and his name was changed by deed poll to Tennant.
However, it was not a critical or commercial success and the play was cancelled due to poor sales in July, a month before it was scheduled to finish.
In late 2012 Moffett's father, Peter Davison, revealed that she had given up acting due to struggling to find work and her desire to focus on raising her young children. In 2013, she recorded a role in a Doctor Who audio book Dark Eyes and appeared as herself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot (written and directed by her father, and which she also produced).
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