EASTENDERS star Milly Zero looked a million miles away from her on-screen character as she posed in the sun for a snap.
The Albert Square actress looked startlingly different to her scheming character Dotty Cotton as she soaked up the rays on holiday.
The star commented alongside the photo: "Mind ur business and soak up some vitamin D, life's too short."
Wearing a floral off-the-shoulder dress with her long hair held back with her hands, she looked relaxed and carefree in the social media picture.
The star looked bronzed and sunkissed in the Bardot-style outfit with red lips and long dark eyelashes as she closed her eyes and looked towards the blue skies.
The actress is no stranger to a seductive selfie and has wowed fans with underboob flashes and pouty portraits.
Meanwhile Milly has made a huge impact on Albert Square after taking over the role of Dot Branning's scheming granddaughter.
She is currently engaged in a war with Ian Beale as she is the only person aware that he was responsible for Dennis Mitchell's death in the boat crash.
Viewers will have to wait until September to see new episodes but Dotty is set to take Ian on and expose his secret.
Milly replaced former Dotty star Molly Conlin, who appeared on the BBC soap for two years from 2008.
Onscreen grandmother June Brown announced her exit from the soap earlier this year after deciding she had had enough.
The 93-year-old soap star quit her role as chain-smoking hypochondriac Dot Cotton after playing her for 35 years in February.
June revealed she was leaving Albert Square earlier this year.
She said: “I don’t want a retainer for EastEnders, I’ve left. I’ve left for good.
“I’ve sent her off to Ireland where she’ll stay. I’ve left EastEnders. I did make up a limerick. It’s a bit dirty.
“I got a small part, a very small part. And that ended up as a big wet fart. Alas and alack, I will never go back.”
“I went back to do a good story. Alas and alack, when I got back it had gone up in smoke.
The veteran actress has been a regular since just after the BBC1 soap began in 1985, apart from a break between 1993 and 1997.
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