HELEN Flanagan looked incredible as she showed off her figure in a plunging red dress for a date night with boyfriend Scott Sinclair.
The Coronation Street actress, 29, shared several sultry snaps of herself posing in the sizzling number at a rooftop hotel in London on Saturday night.
She captioned one shot: "Date night in London last night ❤️ brown eyes for something different x"
The actress was referring to her coloured contact lenses, which changed her normally blue eyes to a smouldering brown hue.
Helen styled her dark hair in a sleek middle parting and wore muted make-up.
The mum-of-two accessorised with knee-length boots and a black suede Dior bag.
The actress' glamorous outing comes after she treated fans to a saucy snap of herself posing in a sheer Gucci bodysuit.
While Helen looked incredible in the snap, she recently admitted she'd been eating like a "sloth" over Christmas and could "feel the cellulite" on her thighs after devouring too much chocolate.
She took to Instagram to complain about her eating habits as she bathed daughters Matilda, four, and Delilah, one.
"So, I'm just giving the kids a bath. Excuse me, I've been an absolute sloth since Christmas Eve," Helen said.
"I think from December 1st all I've ate is chocolate. I actually can't believe how much chocolate I've consumed over the last few days. I feel like the biggest sloth and I can feel the cellulite on my thighs, but 2020 is coming up and I'm determined to smash my fitness goals.
"I can't wait to show you my fitness transformation, I hope. "
It comes after Helen announced that she was postponing her wedding to Scott.
The TV star confirmed her plans for the big day are now on hold and she will instead continue their two-year engagement.
"Me and Scott have been together for 10 years, since forever," she told The Express.
"I know this sounds weird but because we’ve got children and been together for so long, we already feel like we’re married.
"We were going to get married this year but my little sister is getting married next summer, so maybe next year."
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