HELEN Flanagan looked sensational as she stripped down to a bright orange bikini while vacationing in Barbados with her kids.
The 32-year-old Coronation Street star showed off her slim figure during her sun-kissed vacation in the Caribbean.
Helen flaunted her toned abs and legs in the patterned two-piece on Sunday morning.
The I’m A Celeb star was spotted strolling the sandy beach with her three children, daughters Matilda, seven, Delilah, four, and son Charlie, two, whom she shares with ex-fiancé Scott Sinclair.
She appeared in good spirits as she bathed in the warm Caribbean sea and played with her children on the beach.
Helen got hearts racing as she was spotted frolicking in the water in a tiny floral thong by Moda Minx.
Afterwards, the actress enjoyed the sun and enjoyed a sunbath while her son playfully piled sand on her.
Helen looked beach-ready with her blonde locks pulled into a neat bun while she complemented her look with sunglasses and minimal makeup.
She was then spotted on all fours, drawing shapes in the sand before strutting her stuff across the beach, giving viewers a glimpse of her butt.
The soap star flashed a big smile as she laughed and cracked jokes during the outing.
Helen flaunted her recent breast augmentation in the swimwear and was seen adjusting the straps to fit better.
Helen is never shy in front of the camera and certainly didn’t disappoint with her latest sexy snap.
She looked incredible in a corset bodysuit with a plunging neckline.
The actress recently opened up about how she secretly underwent breast surgery in January to feel “more confident”.
Mum-of-three Helen has gone from an E cup to a B cup after claiming her boobs were “saggy”.
Helen admitted she was “nervous” about sharing her plastic surgery with fans.
Proud mom Helen split from fiancé Scott Sinclair last year.
Shortly after the surgery, she told her followers on Instagram: “It’s just something I did for myself, I really wanted to do it for my confidence. I was really nervous to share that.”
“Obviously I’m very pro-body awareness and very pro-support for other women, but support women in whatever choices they make.”
“I think if something really bothers you, then I think it’s good to do something about it.”