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EastEnders’ Clair Norris looks worlds away from soap as she works up sweat in gym

EASTENDERS star Clair Norris today looked worlds away from her character Bernadette.

The actress – who has played the student since 2017 – shared a video on her Instagram Stories of herself working up a sweat in the gym.

EastEnders star Clair Norris headed to the gym this morning

EastEnders star Clair Norris headed to the gym this morningCredit: instagram
The soap star has played Bernie in EastEnders for five years

The soap star has played Bernie in EastEnders for five yearsCredit: BBC

Clair – who has just returned from holiday in Puerto Rico – shared with fans her latest work out session.

In the short video she can be seen doing squats in the gym.

Clair is kitted out for the occasion in shorts and t-shirt, and had her hair tied back in a high ponytail.

Putting in a good session, the soap star wrote on the video: “Monday work out”.

Clair keeps her fans up-to-date with her life away from Albert Square.

Last week she was living it up on holiday with her family, and made sure she posted lots of snaps from her sunny trip.

The star has played Bernie on EastEnders since 2017 but took time off last year to film her first Panorama.

Earlier this year the BBC star filmed her own documentary about the horrific bullying over her weight.

Clair struggled during a conversation about her childhood and being called names at school.

She returned to her primary school in Thamesmead, and reflected on how the other kids treated her.

Clair told the cameras: “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.”

The star loves sharing glam snaps on Instagram

The star loves sharing glam snaps on InstagramCredit: Instagram
Clair has starred in EastEnders since 2017

Clair has starred in EastEnders since 2017Credit: BBC