EastEnders' Maisie Smith nearly spills out of bikini as she gets a shock from boyfriend Max George on holiday | The Sun

EastEnders' Maisie Smith nearly spills out of bikini as she gets a shock from boyfriend Max George on holiday | The Sun

MAISIE Smith nearly spilled out of her bikini as boyfriend Max George gave her a fright in a playful holiday throwback.

The smitten couple can't get enough of each other, and Maisie shared a compilation of their favourite times together so far on TikTok, titling it "Happiness".


Standing in an olive green two-piece, Maisie begins to adjust her hair when Max turns towards her roars and then tickles her.

She screams in shock and falls to the ground smiling, before pulling up her top to keep covered.

Another clips see the pair running though the rain in London and canoodling in a lift.

The pair put on a romantic display yesterday as they wore matching outfits during a glam night out.

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Actress Maisie, 21, looked incredible in a figure-hugging strapless cream bodysuit, which she wore with a pair of statement heels.

The Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins star opted for glam make-up and wore her hair in loose waves.

Meanwhile The Wanted singer Max channelled a 90s boyband style in a cream suit and matching trainers.

The couple posed happily for snaps at the event, with Max later sharing a loved-up snap showing him kissing Maisie on the cheek.

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It comes after former EastEnders star Maisie revealed she often "struggles to speak" which leaves her feeling insecure.

Speaking during the latest episode of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, she opened about her speech problems, which can leave her lost for words during conversations.

"I've struggled sort of speaking, I've had, not a stutter but I just could go blank, and words wouldn't come out and I think the more that happened, the more people would just sort of talk over me," she said.

Maisie explained how it "affected" her because she constantly felt like anytime she tried to speak "it was just useless and pointless".

"I found it pretty hard, and I just hated the person I was for a long time," she continued.


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