MAISIE Smith sizzled in a new selfie as she complained about the cold weather – despite being dressed for summer.
The EastEnders actress posed in a low cut multi-coloured top as she pouted at the camera, and wrote alongside the snap: "Still dressing like it's summer coz your girl hates the cold."
There were no complaints from Maisie's followers, though. One fan wrote: "I speak on behalf of all men… we're fine with that."
Another said: "What a beauty." And a third added: "Absolutely stunning."
But some of 20-year-old Maisie's followers couldn't resist pointing out the obvious, with one commenting: "Ain't dressing like it's summer gonna make you cold?" And another added: "I don't think that's how it works…"
Maisie recently shot her final scenes as Tiffany Butcher in the BBC1 soap, after joining in 2008 when she was just six.
The former Strictly star recently opened up about the exit during an appearance on Good Morning Britain, saying: "I think it’s going to be quite a shock, I haven’t even told my family how it happens so it should be a good shock."
When quizzed on whether or not the door had been left open for her to return, Maisie added: "Listen, you never really leave EastEnders, they always manage to find a way to come back. They always bring people back from the dead."
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Revealing how Shona McGarty – who plays her on-screen sister Whitney Dean – reacted, Maisie said: "Shona and I literally cried the whole way through [my last scene] and after, we got so emotional.
"We’ve said goodbye on the show before the first time round like six or seven years ago but it was even harder this time round because we’ve built such a lovely sister bond."
She continued: "It was a sad couple of weeks because we film out of order so I had my last scenes with people spread across a month."
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