Former EastEnders star Melissa Suffield has left fans gushing over her as she confidently showed off her post-baby body.
Melissa, 28, gave birth to baby son River, who she shares with her partner Robert Brendan, in March last year.
And now, the stunning blonde has shared photos of herself confidently posing in white lacy underwear to show off her body.
One photo shows Melissa, who played Lucy Beale in the BBC soap, kneeling on her bed in the white two-piece bra and knickers.
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Meanwhile the next photo shows the mum-of-one smiling as she confidently looks away from the camera while posing in the matching bra and knickers.
As she shared the images with her 15,700 followers, Melissa explained her excitement to “start concentrating on herself again” in the caption.
Melissa, who previously said she “detests” her post baby body, told her fans: “Finishing breastfeeding after a year, I’m like OH HEY BODY, WELCOME BACK.
“It feels good to know I can start to concentrate on myself again, and take back some ownership after pregnancy and pumping.
“Starting on making little daily changes, whether that’s an extra caffeinated coffee, or underwear that isn’t for feeding a baby.”
She then shared how much she loved the undies as she added: “This @beijalondon Waves set is STUH-NING.
“Delicate, and yet genuinely comfortable- and even though I was dreading a return to underwires, it is such a great fit that it hasn’t even registered!
“I had a virtual fitting with Julie, and I’d recommend it to anyone. She was warm, knowledgeable, and there was no awkwardness or anything at all.”
The actress then told her fans: “Who knows where my body is going to go from now, but I’m all about doing what I can to make myself feel good TODAY.
“And getting out of crop tops and maternity pants is certainly a good place to start”.
Fans then rushed to the comments to compliment the stunning star as one wrote: “You look incredible” followed by a high five emoji.
And a second said: “You are gorgeous! I’ve not moved out of my giant knickers yet”.
While a third added: “You look great…what a woman’s body can do is incredible and we don’t always respect or love it enough and comparison to others steals our confidence and joy x”.
A fourth then gushed: “Great post. So good to see unedited photos. Have a great weekend x”.