HELEN Flanagan stripped to a plunging red bikini as she headed on a final summer holiday with her three kids.
The former Coronation Street star, 33, looked stunning in the matching two-piece as she told fans she was "a bikini girl always."
Helen underwent her secret boob job in January in a bid to feel "more confident."
Now she has showed off her new curves after taking her brood on a lavish beach holiday in Greece.
The ITV favourite is proud parent to Matilda, aged seven, Delilah, aged five, and Charlie, aged two – who she shares with former fiance Scott Sinclair, 34.
She documented their stunning beach break on Instagram and told fans: "Took the kids back on holiday before school starts."
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She then confessed: "I don't want them to go back."
Helen then honed in on her post box red swimwear from Outdazl and added: "I actually need to wash my hair but last time I wore this bikini I was breastfeeding Charlie."
Later in the day, she captured her healthy Greek salad dish before stretching out on a lounger.
The sun-soaked break came just days after Helen branded herself an "idiot" for a controversial parenting decision.
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Meanwhile, earlier this summer, Helen took her kids to Barbados.
Helen also showed off the results of her recent boob job in a stunning orange ruffle dress.
Speaking to her fans on Instagram, she said: "It's just something that I did for myself, I really wanted to do it for my confidence.
"I have been really nervous about sharing this.
"Obviously I very much am for body confidence, and very much for supporting other women, but supporting women in all choices that they decided to do.
"I think if something really is bothering you, then I think, you know, it's a good thing to do something about it."
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