EASTENDERS actress Lorraine Stanley has revealed her glamorous new look after visiting a stylist this week.
نجمة الصابون – who is known for playing Karen Taylor on the long-running BBC One programme – took to Instagram to pose for a snap.
لورين, 46, could be seen posing make-up free, showing off her incredible complexion as she showed off her long blonde locks.
Wearing a summer printed dress, the actress could be seen holding a thumbs up to the camera as she posed with her hair stylist.
لورين – who is normally seen with her hair up in a bun as her character Karen – switched up her look with the long tresses.
“I’m back, شكرا لك!” she wrote to her hairdresser as she thanked her for the new look, which trailed over her chest and shoulders.
She looked worlds away from character Karen, who often looks scruffy in oversized clothes and messy hair in various up-dos.
It comes after Lorraine was reunited with her on-screen son Danny Walters – لعبت من قبل Keanu Taylor for a pub lunch.
لورين looked delighted to see Danny, as she wore a huge grin across her face and posed in sunglasses and a floral dress for the selfie.
سابقا, Lorraine was spotted looking a far cry from her character Karen as she looked amazing in a throwback snap.
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In the snap taken 12 منذ سنوات, the actress is seen looking glam in fancy dress at a party – before finding fame on the BBC صابون.
Her hair is very blonde and she has a glowing tan, while wearing a cami top with bow tie, a far cry from her character.
She previously opened up about playing Karen and confessed she thinks she looks “سيئ” على البرنامج.
Lorraine said: “I don’t wear a scrap of make up, not even foundation. It’s probably really good for my skin. I do the bun myself and I’m good to go.”
و, discussing Karen’s infamous style which usually involves a strappy top and some comfy bottoms, هي اضافت: “I pushed for the bra straps on show and the very tight fitting stuff when I first joined. She’s a big woman who shows her curves. I cover mine but Karen couldn’t care less.
“Plus I’ve never played glamorous roles on telly so I’m used to seeing myself and thinking “Oh my God you look awful.”
“Although sometimes if my fella is sat next to me and he has EastEnders on I’ll say, “Don’t look at me on screen.” He knows I’m a sort in real life though.”