CORONATION Street star Lucy Fallon stripped down to a lime green bikini and told fans she's still waiting on her passport.
The actress – who welcomed her son in January – looked incredible in the skimpy two-piece from a throwback holiday snap.
Lucy, best known for her role as Bethany Platt in Corrie, beamed as she posed on the sandy beach.
But the TV star revealed that any future holiday plans were on hold until she gets her new passport.
Lucy captioned the picture: "My passport still hasn't arrived."
It looks like Lucy will have to wait a little longer to enjoy some sun, sea and sunshine.
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In the meantime she has her hands full with her adorable baby boy Sonny.
In a recent interview with OK!, Lucy revealed how they chose their tot's name.
She said: “I kept adding names to a list. I liked a lot of names that Ryan didn’t. Some were a bit out there, like ‘Fox’.”
Preston midfielder Ryan was adamant they weren't going to have a quirky name though to stop their son being "ribbed" growing up.
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The actress conceived Sonny after suffering a miscarriage and the devastating experience made her pregnancy all the more emotional.
She said: “It’s been a roller-coaster of high and low moments, with lots of tears along the way. When Sonny was finally born, we were both sobbing – but happy tears.”
Lucy and Ryan have been keeping fans up to date since then and even shared a picture from a recent trip to Tesco with the little one.
Speaking ahead of becoming a dad, Preston North End midfielder Ryan, 25, revealed he would definitely be missing a game if Lucy went into labour.
He told the Lancashire Post: “I'm one of them where there is more to life than football,”
“There are hundreds more games, you might never get another kid. I definitely won't be missing the birth of my child but if he's out and there's a game I'll make sure I'm at the game.”
The footy star added: “It's been hard for her, bloody hell. Any girl, they're absolute machines to go through what they have to go through.”
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