EastEnders Hetti Bywater looks far cry from Lucy Beale in skimpy tennis skirt

EastEnders star Hetti Bywater, who played Lucy Beale, stole the show as she posed in an all-white tennis outfit in the sunshine, donning a pleated skirt, strapless top and a baseball cap.

Hetti, 26, looked gorgeous as she cuddled a terrapin in the sun-soaked snap, as she showed off her jaw-dropping curves in the skimpy ensemble.

She smouldered for the camera as she flashed a glimpse of her washboard stomach and long legs, telling her fans she was in "paradise", captioning it: "Tennis attire and terrapins."

Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long for the compliments to come pouring in for the former EastEnders beauty, as fans gushed over her tennis-themed snap.

One posted: "So pretty."

Another added: "Lovely pic, I love you," while a third fan asked if she "played tennis or just liked the outfit".

Hetti cheekily replied: "Just a fan of the clobber."

Meanwhile, the actress also told fans that she "hated her EastEnders character" and that she was glad that Lucy was killed off during the soap's 30th anniversary.

Hetti was the last of four different actresses to play the role, which ended with Lucy being brutally murdered by own brother Bobby, who was just ten at the time.

She said online: "I'm glad Bobby killed Lucy too, I hated her."

Lucy was killed after being hit over the head with a jewellery box by Bobby, and as Jane and Ian Beale discovered what had happened, they quickly covered up his crime.

As they sent Bobby to boarding school to hide the truth, they watched Lucy's ex Max Branning get convicted of her murder and sentenced to 20 years behind bars.

However, everything unravelled when Bobby savagely attacked Jane with a hockey stick, leaving her paralysed and fighting for her life.

Max was eventually let out of prison after a year, and plotted revenge against Ian and the rest of Albert Square for turning on him.

EastEnders airs on Mondays and Fridays at 8pm, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC.

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