Martine McCutcheon showed off the age-defying results of her latest round of Botox injections as she soaked up the final few days of the summer sun.
The former EastEnders star, 45, has previously spoken about her love of the anti-ageing procedure, and in a new snap on Instagram, fans were amazed by her youthful looks.
Sharing a series of pictures of her rocking a polka dot dress from Wallis, as part of her partnership with the high street brand, Martine gave her followers tips on how to style summer clothes during the colder months.
“With Autumn just round the corner I have been looking for ways to revamp my Summer wardrobe,” the actress wrote in the caption.
She said to layer up dresses with “light knitwear or a jacket and boots on top, completely changing up the look – perfect for the ever-changing British weather!”
In a video on her Instagram Stories, Martine said she was wearing the polka dot dress for a girly lunch, and said it was the perfect outfit to celebrate her friend’s birthday.
But it wasn’t her fashion tips that grabbed the attention of her fans: it was the youthful results of her latest round of Botox, giving her a wrinkle-free complexion.
“What have you been doing to look so gorgeous?” one follower commented, as another added: “You’re looking incredible, please share what you have been doing?”
“You look absolutely stunning,” one fan wrote, as another alluded to Martine’s health struggles as she praised the TV and stage star.
“I very rarely comment but you look lovely, confident, and positive against all odds,” they wrote.
The Love Actually star was first diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome ME in 2011, and was told by doctors last year that she had Lyme disease, as well as fibromyalgia, which causes pain all over the body.
Martine has previously discussed her love of Botox, and last month, she shared a clip of herself undergoing the treatment on social media.
She first had the wrinkle-eliminating jab in 2016, and in the recent video, she can be seen explaining the areas of concern on her face to her clinician.
“My main concern is here. Can we sort that out with Botox?” the mum-of-one asked.
The actress said she first turned to Botox after her skin was “ravaged” by the stress of her health ailments, and even though she was left looking “strange” after her first injections, she’s grown to love it.
“I had Botox and I didn’t like it, it made me look a bit strange, and then I had it again, and Oh my god, I loved it, I absolutely loved it, because it didn’t look like I wasn’t me anymore, I just didn’t looked like me but not a creased pillow basically,” she quipped.