EastEnders actress Clair Norris looked nothing like her on-screen counterpart as she jetted off on a romantic getaway with her boyfriend.
While Bernadette ‘Bernie’ Taylor is usually seen in comfy clothes, her hair tied up and little to no makeup, Clair looks glamorous as she shares photos of her holiday.
The 24 year old has escaped to Santiago del Teide in Tenerife with her beau Lewis Wood.
The soap star, who joined the BBC series in 2017, has been keeping her 118,000 followers updated about her sunny trip away.
Clair looks incredible wearing a pink gingham summer dress and her hair tied back into a sleek bun, as she poses against the backdrop of a breath taking sunset over the glistening sea.
She wears a natural makeup look to show off her envious tan from the Spanish sun.
In one video, she turns her head to the side to show off a pair of circular statement earrings which perfectly match her outfit.
The actress looks worlds away from her EastEnders character Bernie.
She captioned a series of snaps "10erife" with a sunset emoji.
Milly Zero, who plays Dolly Cotton on the soap, commented: “Your the only 10 I see”, followed by a number of heart eyed emojis.
Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey Slater, said: “Gorgeous!”
The couple, who have been together nearly four years, stayed at the luxurious five-star Barcelo Santiago hotel.
Lewis posted a series of adorable selfies, with snaps of the incredible island and its sights mixed in too.
Posting the pictures after they returned to the UK, Lewis wrote: "Take me back."
The holiday came just weeks after Clair’s Panorama episode aired about the UK’s obesity crisis, titled Obesity: Who Cares If I’m Bigger.
Clair hosted the programme, which was broadcast on 20 April, and set out to discover if the Prime Minister’s strategy to help people lose weight was working, about the complex reasons behind obesity, and whether people can be healthy and overweight.
In an emotional scene revealed that she had been bullied about her weight especially by her classmates at school
She said through tears: "This is probably where the name-calling would have happened I don’t say it’s bullying that’s my own personal thing.
"I don't remember specific names, I don't remember it clearly, but I suppose if it happens every day it just kinda blurs into one. My mum will remember more."
Clair went to her mother and sat down to discuss the past bullying. Her mum explained that she used to brush off the horrible comments about her weight, and even started to believe that being called ‘chubby’ was normal.
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