Lucy Fallon shows off her glistening body in bikini throwback


EX Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon revealed her glistening body in a bikini throwback snap.

The former Bethany Platt actress, 24, looked sun-sational as she frolicked in the sand for the cheeky shot.

Lucy Fallon shared a throwback snap from her Barbados holiday earlier this year

The snap, which was taken during a getaway to the Sandals Royal Barbados resort, shows Lucy confidently posing for the camera in a lilac bikini set and sunglasses.

Lucy ensured her incredible figure was on full display as she leaned forward and grabbed her breasts mid-sprint.

Reflecting on her trip abroad, she wrote back in July: “Runnin from my responsibilities like xoxo.”

Lucy jetted off on the £7,000-a-week Barbados holiday with ex boyfriend Tom Leech in March after she quit Coronation Street.

Lucy Fallon grabbed her boobs in the sunny beachside shot

The former Corrie star reminisced on happier times

Lucy jetted off to Barbados with ex boyfriend Tom Leech in March

The soap star left the cobbles earlier this year

The actress spent five years playing wild child Bethany Platt

She recently split from boyfriend Tom

She documented her travels on Instagram at the time, which included fun at a local restaurant on the Caribbean island and plenty of sunbathing.

Despite leaving the cobbles in search of new challenges, Lucy has since admitted her plans have been floored by the coronavirus pandemic that has shut down the TV industry.

In her first interview since leaving Weatherfield, Lucy told HOAR she hopes there will be an opportunity to rejoin the ITV soap in the future.

She said: “It was really difficult to make the decision to leave, but I’d been there for five years and it was all I’d ever known.

“I’d never done theatre or anything away from Corrie and after the grooming storyline where I won quite a few awards, which was amazing, I realised if I didn’t leave and try other things I might end up wondering, ‘What if?’.

“But obviously Covid-19 has thrown it all up in the air now. As I left, work was starting to pick up and take off and now everything has stopped.

“But I do know there are loads of people in much worse situations than me and I’ve been very lucky.

“I’m trying to stay positive about it, but it’s obviously a bit sad having nothing to do.”

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