Coronation Street star Samia Longchambon has been celebrating her birthday in the best way possible – by jetting off on holiday.
The actress is enjoying a relaxing break with her husband Sylvain and has been keeping fans up to date with their trip.
And one particular snap has really got fans talking after mum-of-two Samia showed off her incredible figure in a stripy one-piece swimsuit.
Soaking up the sun in front of an idyllic coastal view, the 36-year-old can be seen smiling at the camera with her golden locks naturally wavy while wearing a trendy hat and pair of sunglasses.
Hinting at a beautiful weekend spent on holiday, Samia wrote: “Well, I’ve had worse Saturdays.. 😍☀🌊💛”.
And fans were quick to comment on the photo, as one wrote: “Ooh looking good Samia, beautiful surroundings too… 👌”.
“Look stunning @samia_longchambon 😍😍🔥💖”, said another.
While a third joked: “Don’t get views like this on Coronation Street….can u stay there forever🤣🤣👍🏻”.
Samia – who plays Maria Connor in Corrie – also took to social media with some more snaps from the getaway, including one which sees the star enjoying a cocktail while chilling in the sun.
The photo shows rolling mountains in the background, while her pal floats in the luxury pool with a load of pink inflatables outside their villa.
“Sunday funday”, the mum-of-two wrote on the pic.
And it looks like she’s not the only one having fun as hubby Sylvain, 37, was snapped enjoying a ride in a convertible car.
The French skater – who met Samia when they were paired together for the eighth season of Dancing on Ice in 2013 – can be seen smiling at the camera from the passenger seat next to his pal.
The couple’s relaxing trip comes after Samia recently opened up about her mental health, describing terrifying panic attacks which make her feel “like she’s dying”.
Crediting her other half for helping her through her long-standing battle with anxiety, the star said: “Sylvain is also brilliant at knowing what to do to help.
“If I am having a panic attack he will hold me really tight and reassure me in a calm voice that everything is going to be OK.”