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Helen Flanagan has given a glimpse inside her trip to Scotland.
The Coronation Street star, 31, who shares daughters Matilda, six, Delilah, three, and five month old son Charlie with fiancé Scott Sinclair, 32, looked radiant as she showed off her postpartum figure on a beach in Loch Lomond on Wednesday 25 August.
Helen slipped into a brown bikini as she cradled her adorable youngest Charlie in the sweet Instagram snaps to her 1million followers.
The actress, who plays Rosie Webster in the ITV soap opera, looked every inch the natural beauty as she went fresh-faced for the outing with her locks pinned up into a clip alongside her mum Julia Flanagan.
Mum-of-three Helen also gave a glimpse of the stunning scenery as she posed in a baby blue shirt dress in the woodland.
It comes after Helen revealed she and fiancé Scott have secretly moved house in recent weeks.
Wearing a floral dress and dainty necklace with her hair tied back, Helen told fans: "So yeah, I think you can hear the washing machine going. I'm trying to get on top of the house. I've actually moved house recently, which is exciting but it has been stressful."
She continued: "I hadn't shared it on my social media. It might sound really silly to a lot of people, but sometimes putting things on Instagram makes me feel a bit anxious. But anyway, we've been moving house for the last few weeks really. I'm not going to lie, I do feel a bit overwhelmed. Every single room is just towers of boxes and I can't find anything."
Helen added: "Organisation is not my strong point. So yeah, any tips, because I'm not organised – any tips for organisation or when you've moved house just basically how to get it together.
"I feel like I don't even know where to start really."
Helen hasn't revealed where her new house is. Her fiancé Scott currently plays for Preston North End FC.
The doting mum-of-three had previously stated that her baby boy Charlie, who was born in March this year, would be her "last child".
However, it appears the star has changed her mind, despite her the struggles she faced with hyperemesis gravidarum during her third pregnancy.
The Corrie star explained that she thought she would "never have another baby" after feeling "dreadful", but confessed "as soon as Charlie arrived I just thought, 'You’re so worth it.'"
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