EASTENDERS star Clair Norris is well and truly getting into the holiday spirit as she lets her hair down in Malta.
The actress, 25, is enjoying the sunshine with her pals on a well-deserved break.
Clair, who stars on the soap as Bernadette "Bernie" Taylor, shared video clips from a beach club as she danced the night away.
The group enjoyed a boozy lunch of salads and chips before the glamorous club sprung into action in the evening.
She could be seen having a boogie in a green halterneck dress and her hair pulled back into a bun.
As well as enjoying the nightlife, she also relaxed in front of stunning views of the ocean.
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In December last year, Clair reassured fans that she hadn't left the soap for good after she went on to work on ITV's Tell Me Everything.
She shared a snap of her standing outside her trailer, which revealed her character's name which is Kerry.
"Small feature of my boat race in the new drama TELL ME EVERYTHING. Out today on ITV X," she wrote in the caption.
The post caused confusion, with some thinking she had quit the soap at the time.
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"This was filmed last year! I'm still with my EE family."
Clair spoke last year about her struggles with her weight in a BBC documentary about Obesity.
During the programme, she broke down in tears as she revealed how she was brutally bullied by kids at her school who called her "chubby".
"I don't remember specific names, I don't remember it clearly, but I suppose if it happens every day it just kinda blurs into one. My mum will remember more," she told cameras.
She spoke about her relationship with food and her mental health and said: "What I've discovered is that mental health does play a big part and I don't think I even realised, it wasn't me just going home eating food, that wasn't me just eating it was me getting out my stress and my anger.
"Eat my feelings, eat my feelings, they'll go away."
After the show aired, she took a moment to go on Instagram and thank people for watching.
She also teased that this wasn't the last documentary she planned on making in an excited announcement.
She said: "Thank you all for your kind words and support about last nights Panorama Doc.
"I have received so many positive messages and comments that haven't gone un-missed. What an amazing opportunity to show me and unlock a new skill of reporting, something I've never done before but I loved it!
"For such a complex and sensitive subject as Obesity, we had only just scratched the surface. Thank you again, to everyone involved, on and off screen that helped make this important discussion happen with such a compassionate perspective.
"That's NOT a wrap!!! but a conversation that's only just begun for many people, I hope. For those who missed it, or even ones who want to watch again, catch up now on @bbciplayer."
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