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Melissa Suffield exudes confidence slipping into a baby pink lace lingerie set

Melissa Suffield exudes confidence slipping into a baby pink lace lingerie set

 

 

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Melissa Suffield exudes confidence as she slips into a baby pink lace lingerie set after encouraging mothers to not hide their ‘mum tum’

Melissa Suffield has posed up a storm in a baby pink lacy lingerie set after encouraging mothers to not hide their ‘mum tum’. 

The former EastEnders actress, 30, who played Lucy Beale in the soap, exuded confidence in the snaps shared to her 54,000 followers on Instagram.

Embracing every inch of her curves, Melissa wore her blonde tresses up in a high ponytail, revealing more of her face as she flashed a smile for the pictures.

She wore a glamorous palette of makeup for the pictures where she was promoting a lingerie brand with one of their sultry items.

The pink lace was topped off with a red waistband on both the bra and the pants which added a pop of colour to the look.

She posted the snaps on Tuesday, captioning them: ‘On Wednesdays we wear pink. And go wire free…

‘How cute is this cherry blossom set by @lemonadedolls? I’m wearing a Medium top and bottom (equates to 14/16) and sizing goes up to UK 24.

Sultry: The former EastEnders actress, 30, who played Lucy Beale in the soap, exuded confidence in the snaps shared to her 54,000 followers on Instagram

‘If you prefer your bras wire free (and we all do sometimes!) then they’re definitely worth checking out. What’s your style- wired, wire free, or bra free?’

It comes after the actress told her fans that new mothers don’t need to hide their ‘mum tums’ as she shared a video of herself in a bikini. 

The former soap star, who frequently posts videos about body confidence, slipped into a red floral two-piece for the clip.

The actress made fans think her video was about ‘three outfits to hide your mum tum’, however, when she blacked out the camera for a moment, she was still in her bikini.  

Confident: Melissa Suffield has said new mothers don't need to hide their 'mum tums' as she shared a video of herself in a bikini

She wrote: ‘You don’t need to hide your mum tum! It’s part of you. A really common and normal thing too.

‘And as long as you’re comfortable, you wear what makes you feel happy and confident.

‘All of you is wonderful, including your ‘problem areas’. Keep shining, queen.’   

In the caption, Melissa added: ”How to hide your mum tum?’ How many times have you googled that? I know I’m well into the hundreds. 

Body positivity: The former EastEnders star who frequently posts videos about body confidence slipped into a red floral two-piece for the clip

‘And sometimes, we want to – for comfort, for shape, for whatever reason. And that’s ok. But just know- YOU DON’T HAVE TO.’

Melissa said she believes people have been ‘conditioned’ into thinking a flat stomach is deal but they shouldn’t be afraid to wear what they want.

She wrote: ‘I know we’ve been conditioned to believe that a flat stomach is the ideal, and anything short of that is less beautiful/sexy/desirable/whatever else, but the fact is it’s a part of you, and all of you is wonderful. 

'Mum tum': The actress made fans think her video was about 'three outfits to hide your mum tum', however, when she blacked out the camera for a moment, she was still in her bikini

‘Whether it’s scarred, marked, dimpled, squishy, flat, bloated, toned, whatever. You can wear whatever fits, is comfortable, and makes you feel grea t- whether that’s disguising the tummy or showing it off. 

‘Bodycon, low rise, crop tops, you don’t have to follow the ‘rules’ if you feel cute. Life is simply too short to live any other way.’

Melissa recently admitted she gained weight over the festive period and shared a positive message, telling her followers change is ‘normal and inevitable.’  

Alongside the post, Melissa penned: ‘I’ve gained weight over Christmas. I’m sure I’m not the only one. Here’s why it’s not a big deal.

'Comfortable': Melissa said she believes people have been 'conditioned' into thinking a flat stomach is deal but they shouldn't be afraid to wear what they want

‘I’m going to gain weight for the rest of my life. I’m going to lose it too. If I made a huge deal out of every time my body weight changed I’d basically live in a constant state of *huge deal*. I know this because it literally used to be me.

‘Change is normal and inevitable. If I’m only happy with one very specific version of myself, I’m going to spend a lot of time unhappy. 

‘And I flat out refuse to do that anymore. Every version of me is temporary, and every version deserves my respect.’

Inspiring: Melissa recently admitted she gained weight over the festive period and shared a positive message, telling her followers change is 'normal and inevitable'

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Source: Daily Mail 

 

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