Helen Flanagan has wowed Coronation Street fans with her latest sultry social media snap.
The 30-year-old actress, who plays Rosie Webster in the ITV soap, posed up a storm for the camera wearing a plunging black crop which flashed a glimpse of her racy red bra.
Helen pouted for her selfie while showing off her stunning engagement ring from footballer beau Scott Sinclair.
The Corrie babe dyed her trademark raven locks pink in lockdown, and she has recently gone blonde.
The soap star simply captioned the selfie: "Blondie" and her followers were quick to shower her with compliments, with the photo being liked by over 17,000 people.
Taking to the comment section underneath Helen's red-hot Instagram selfie, one fan gushed: "Truly beautiful need I say more. You are stunning Helen."
Another follower added: "Gorgeous."
While a third person posted: "Great photo."
A fourth penned: "Stunning."
"Helen, you are so gorgeous," a fifth Corrie fan wrote.
"Helen, you suit so many different styles. You look amazing," another said.
Helen recently decided to stop editing her photos on Instagram, vowing to never post a retouched photo again.
The former I'm a Celebrity contestant said she had insecurities but wanted to show her children, Matilda and Delilah how to feel confident in their own skin.
Helen, has been engaged to Scott, 31, since 2018, shared a series of unedited pictures in her underwear and opened up about why she'd decided to make the change.
She said: "I’ve decided to stop editing my pictures to be a better role model to my daughters.
"I’ve been lucky enough to carry two healthy babies and nurse them both for nearly two years.
"My skin on my stomach has changed, my boobs massively have (no creepy comments from any creepy men here this is a post about body confidence for other women, I will just delete and block) the change in my boobs definitely has made me feel less confident in myself but I wouldn't change a thing.
"I have cellulite, I don’t have a big bum. I have edited it in the past as it’s something I am self conscious of.
"I’d look at other women on Instagram and put myself down for not looking like that.
"Me and Matilda were dancing around here, I want to teach her to love and feel confident in her own skin and that beauty is in the inside and doing that by example."