EastEnders Hetti Bywater flashes jaw-dropping curves in barely-there minidress

EastEnders' Hetti Bywater stole the show as she shared a very racy snap off herself in a tiny black minidress in front of a full-length mirror.

The former EastEnders cast member, who played Lucy Beale, showed off her figure in the black strappy dress, which had a very short hemline.

Hetti's endless legs took centre-stage in the tiny ensemble as she smouldered for the camera on social media.

Leaving her long blonde hair down and completing the look with a slick of red lipstick, Hetti looked very glamorous in the snap.

Unsurprisingly, her fans rushed to compliment her on the racy display, as one wrote: "You're absolutely beautiful."

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Another added: "Wow so stunning."

A third chipped in: "Holy s***, your figure is fire."

A fourth wrote: "What a stunner, so hot."

It was announced in February 2014 that Hetti's EastEnders character Lucy would be murdered in the BBC soap.

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This was the start of a whodunnit storyline that ran until the show's 30th anniversary, when the truth was finally revealed in a live episode.

It was then revealed in February 2015 that Lucy's 10-year-old half-brother Bobby (Eliot Carrington) had killed her.

He has since been released from prison as recast, now played by Clay Milner Russell as he returned to the soap last year.

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Max Branning (Jake Wood) was framed for the crime by Ian and Jane Beale and spent a year in prison, before coming back to the Square to wreak havoc.

Since EastEnders, Hetti has starred in Sky One TV show Delicious.

EastEnders continues tonight at 7.30pm on BBC.

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