She has shared a slew of confident snaps over the past few weeks.
And Melissa Suffield looked sensational as she wore a lacy bra and ‘boy pants’ for her latest scorching Instagram video on Tuesday.
the former The EastEnders actress, 28, who gave birth to her son River last March, has opened up about her assets for the cheeky clip.
Wow! Melissa Suffield looked sensational as she wore a lacy bra and ‘boy pants’ for her latest scorching Instagram clip on Tuesday
Melissa beamed with a smile as she presented her sultry new bra which featured a delicate green lace pattern and scalloped finish on the sheer cups.
The blonde beauty, who tied her locks into a bun, then laughed as she slammed her black pants against her stomach and pulled a funny face for the camera.
Writing on the video, the elated soap opera star wrote: ‘Uhhhhh is the Beija London Waves bra in emerald cut cute?
“ Thanks so much for sending it to me girls a perfect fit as always and I’m just OBSESSED with that wavy line. ”
Work it out: The former EastEnders star, 28, who gave birth to son River last March, flouted his assets for the cheeky clip
It comes after Melissa, who played Lucy Beale on EastEnders, shared a boosting post on her body confidence, where she talked about kissing her ‘big rollers’ and post-baby body.
Melissa uploaded a photo of herself in a red silk dress and told fans she almost didn’t post it because of her looks.
She wrote: ‘I almost didn’t post this. Grease and rollers spilling over the top of Robert’s thick trouser waistband, the dress clinging to it.
Stunning: Melissa beamed a smile as she showed off her sexy bra which featured a delicate green lace pattern and scalloped edge
Confident: The beauty also joked that she wore ‘boy pants’ with her sultry new bra
“ The angle I’m sitting at accentuates my lower half and messes up my proportions. I could probably sit and dissect this photo for ages.
“But I won’t. We are so conditioned to identify our faults and then stop there. And it can be so hard to see past them once we’ve recognized them, and it leaves us with so much less than that.
“ I’m going to see a photo of myself and get gutted when I’m not as good looking as I thought in the real world – it’s crazy! The real world is definitely what matters, not the photos we take on these days.
Self-love: This comes after Melissa shared a boosting post on her body confidence, where she talked about kissing her ‘big rollers’ and post-baby body
Gorgeous: The soap star uploaded a photo in a red silk dress and told fans she almost didn’t post it because of how she looked
“Capturing memories is a beautiful thing, but it’s important to remember that they are nothing compared to memory itself. I felt fierce that day, and no photo will make me feel the opposite.
Naughty to wear her fiancé Robert’s pants, Melissa added, “ Also, omg GALS. Boys pants are so awesome that the chunky waistline is an absolute winner.
Melissa looked stunning in the photos as she showcased her natural beauty with minimal makeup as she posed on a sofa outside.
Confidence: Melissa wrote: ‘I almost didn’t post this. Grease and rollers spilling out from the top of Robert’s thick waistband, the dress hanging on ‘
Family: The former EastEnders actress gave birth to her son River last March with her fiance Robert Brendan
The actress is well known for her portrayal of Lucy Beale in EastEnders from 2004-2010, and she shared a number of heartfelt posts about her experiences as a new mother, as well as her adjustment to her new physique.
Earlier this year, the actress shared her belief that re-adjusting and getting used to the changes in her body since giving birth could have a “ mental impact. ”
She said how staying in shape “ is going to be a long journey ” for her. Describing her body being “broken”, she said she “tries to be kinder to” herself and that she “does not give up”.
The actress shared a photo of herself in a gray cropped top and black leggings as she posed on the floor alongside her son.
She wrote, “River over there doing yoga I keep saying I’ll do it again (slip in. He’s absolutely obsessed with doing it and one day soon the kid is going to get completely poly).
Honest: Earlier this year, the actress shared her belief that readjusting and getting used to the changes in her body since giving birth could have a ‘mental impact’
“Fitness is going to be a long journey, I think. Working with an understanding of what was once a dancer’s body, and which is now comparatively a fairly broken body, takes physical and mental consequences.
“ It’s not as easy as throwing my sneakers off and going to the couch 5 miles away – every step I take is measured, to make sure I never push myself so hard it compromises my parenthood, but I still work hard enough to heal the parts of me that need fixing.
“ I started the @mamawelluk method last week and although I cried real tears seeing how much I found something that just a few years ago wouldn’t even have transpired , I am still convinced to make a change and the program is really excellent.
“It’s so easy to feel defeated when my physical condition was so good before, but I’m not giving up. I’m just trying to be kinder to myself and give myself the time I need. No baby. ‘ (sic)
Flashback: The actress is well known for her portrayal of Lucy Beale on EastEnders from 2004 to 2010 (pictured)