EASTENDERS star Rose Ayling-Ellis looked incredible in a red bikini in the Maldives after her split with her boyfriend.
Her girlie holiday came as The Sun on Sunday recently revealed that she had split from her boyfriend of seven years, Sam Arnold.
Rose has been enjoying a luxury holiday with pals in the Maldives.
The Strictly Come Dancing winner revealed her flat tum in a red bandau top.
She teamed the look with high-waisted pants as she stepped out into the ocean.
Rose beamed as she showed off her natural beauty with barely a scrap of make-up on.
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Meanwhile The Sun revealed Rose visited pro dance partner Giovanni Pernice in his homeland and met his sister.
It comes after the duo’s close bond on the show sparked speculation they could be more than friends.
EastEnders actress Rose, 27, posed with 32-year-old Italian Giovanni at his sister’ Angela’s dance studio in Sicily.
The pair wrapped their arms around each other and smiled.
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Angela was with them in the picture along with Strictly’s Anton du Beke and got to chat to Rose.
Giovanni was filming a new BBC1 travel show with 56-year-old Anton when Rose turned up.
And Giovanni has been single since splitting from Love Island’s Maura Higgins, 31, last October.
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The dancer revealed last week that he was learning British Sign Language as part of a Cadbury fingers campaign.
And he wrote online: “If more of us learnt a little sign language, we could help more people feel included.”
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