Actress Erin Palmer ,who plays Ella Richardson in Channel 4's Hollyoaks, looks completely different in an Instagram post where she asked her followers for their opinions on her cute outfit.
Sharing a cute picture on her Instagram, she asked her nearly 4,000 followers their opinions on her pleasant outfit where she donned a tan knee-length off-the-shoulder dress.
One of the photos showed the soap star's latest look as she posed in what appears to be a living room.
She captioned the photo: "What do we think of this outfit?" alongside some cute emojis which included yellow and pink flowers.
The Hollyoaks star tried fans to another photograph where she wore the same outfit, as she posed for a cute selfie.
She partnered the look with a simple silver necklace that is tucked under the dress.
Asking her followers about their thoughts on the outfit choice., it didn't take long before her followers quickly complimented the soap actress for her sweet appearance.
One follower had written: "It really suits you, you look so sweet."
Whilst another added: "you are simply amazing – a true queen", followed by a winky face.
13-year-old Erin has played Hollyoaks's Ella for four years, she joined the channel four soap in 2017 – with it being her first-ever acting gig, according to IMDB.
Hollyoaks fans will know the character Ella to be the daughter of the bombshell Mandy Richardson and her then partner, Mark.
One of the character's main storylines includes the murder of the character Jordan Price who was found to have been killed by Ella in a gripping storyline.
Another key storyline, included Ella who had announced to her mum Mandy that she believed she was pregnant, which had many fans immersed in the hotly anticipated storyline, which could've involved a teen pregnancy. However, it later became clearer that the test was negative.
Hollyoaks airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 6.30 pm followed by first look episodes on E4 at 7 pm.
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