EastEnders star Maisie Smith flashes abs in white co-ord with thigh-high boots

EastEnders star Maisie Smith has shown off her show-stopping abs in a white crop top and skirt while attending an event on Thursday.

The actress stunned fans as she wore the all-white outfit which consisted of a co-ord skirt and top paired with white fishnet tights and thigh-high leather boots.

But the 20 year old made sure to wrap up warm in the chilly weather with a fluffy fur coat, finishing the look with a beaded bag.

She opted to go for full glam makeup and styled her auburn hair into space buns.

Maisie was dressed to the nines for the press night performance of Pantoland At The Palladium in London.

The star has played Tiffany Butcher in EastEnders on and off since 2008 but her final scenes are set to air soon as she moves onto other projects.

She has recently opened up about her metal health after posting a video on TikTok about how she was feeling throughout her week.

Maisie admitted that one of her days was '-10000' out of ten and the highest she rated was just six out of ten.

Her week went as followed: "3/10 felt useless, 6/10 was really productive, -10000/10 had some bad news, 2/10 just felt sad all day for some reason.

"3/10 did a good workout, 2/10 lost my personality, 1/10 felt pointless."

On the worst day she rated, she admitted that she'd received some bad news but didn't tell her followers what had happened.

The star appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain on Monday where she talked about mental health as part of their 1 Million Minutes campaign.

She revealed that she'd designed a listening bench for anyone who is struggling with loneliness.

Maisie decided to design the bench with the colours of the LGBTQ+ rainbow flag saying that she's always been aware of her own mental health, and can relate to her LGBTQ+ friends who experience the same issues.

She said: "It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, what you have – everyone is going through something and I just think the world would be a kinder place if everyone understood that.

"I think especially growing up in the limelight as a teenager you’re very judgmental of yourself so when you do see comments of other people judging you it can add to the strain of the things you’re already going through.

"I think people do think I’m confident because I cover my nerves with a big smile and that’s what I’ve been doing my whole life."

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