EastEnders star Melissa Suffield shook her stuff in her latest body confident post, clad in a sheer bra and “boy pants”.
The 28-year-old shot to fame as Lucy Beale on the popular BBC One soap as a child.
She now has a child of her own, a son named River born last March, and regularly posts candid insights into motherhood and her post-baby body.
She took to her Instagram Stories to show off her curves to her followers, wearing a dark green lace and sheer bra and black “boy pants”.
Pulling a funny face she snapped the elastic of her underwear and then shimmied for the camera in the mirror for the cheeky video.
The blonde beauty wore her hair pulled back in a messy bun and no makeup to highlight her natural beauty in the playful clip.
Writing over the video she put: “Uhhhhh how cute is the Beija London Waves bra in Emerald?
“Thanks so much for sending it to me gals, a perfect fit as always and I am just OBSESSED with that wavy line.
“And yes boys pants there.”
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It is not the first time the soap star has flaunted her curves for her army of fans.
The post comes days after she won praise for showing off her post-pregnancy body in an Instagram post which she said she nearly didn’t post because of her “fat rolls”.
Melissa penned: “I almost didn’t post this. Fat and rolls spilling over the top of the thick waistband of a pair of Robert’s pants, the dress clinging to it.
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"I could probably sit and dissect this photo for ages. But I won’t. We’re so conditioned to pick out our flaws, and then just stop there.
“And it can be so hard to see past them once we’ve acknowledged them, and it just leaves us feeling so much less than.
"Capturing memories is a beautiful thing, but it’s important to remember that they’re nothing compared to the memory itself. I felt fierce that day, and no photo is going to make me feel otherwise”
Melissa won praise from her fans who thanked her for being so real in her post.
Reacting to the support Melissa posted another picture along with a message thanking everyone for their kind messages.
She wrote: “I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has commented, messaged me and whatnot about my post the other day. I’ve had so many people opening up to me about confidence and body image, from women, men and non-binary people, parents and childfree folk, and teens through to grandparents.
“It’s humbling to hear how much you appreciate my honesty and reality, and it’s enlightening to see how many of us feel the same at times.”
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