EMILY Atack stunned her fans this morning as she shared a glowing makeup-free selfie on the set of her latest project.
The TV star, 33, and comedian nursed a cup of Costa coffee in a dressing room and pouted in the selfie.
Her recently cut blonde hair fell over the shoulders of her long-sleeve black top as she sat in the makeup artist's chair.
Actor Jeremy Edwards commented: "You look fresh."
Emily's mum Kate said: "Love this, babba xxx."
A fan wrote: "So beautiful and stunning lovely photo Emily x."
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Earlier this week Emily worked up a sweat in the gym with Chloe Madeley.
The actor pulled an unimpressed face as she worked out with her pal, joking that Chloe "kills her".
Wearing figure-hugging work out gear with a pretty swirl pattern, Emily trained on one of the exercise benches.
"She kills me but I love her for it," she added in the caption of her snap.
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She went makeup-free for the gym trip, showing off her natural beauty.
Her blonde tresses were pulled back into a ponytail.
Chloe also shared the same photo on her story, adding the caption: "One minute to tell me everything and then it's your next set. GO. Great form, great chat."
Chloe works as a personal trainer and has a host of celebrity clients, including Emily.
She welcomed her first child with husband James Haskell into the world eight months ago.
The 35-year-old daughter of This Morning host Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan gave birth to daughter Bodhi.
Emily recently said that she would continue to accept sexy roles despite being cruelly trolled.
The former Inbetweeners star opened up about the abuse that she faced after her documentary Emily Atack: Asking For It.
"I'd pose in my pants again," she told The Mirror.
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"I am cheeky, I am flirty… I still want to play sexy roles. I should be able to do that without the sexual harassment and abuse," she said.
The BBC Two documentary sees Emily speak about the vile abuse she's been victim to online.
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