CORONATION Street star Helen Flanagan has enjoyed an incredible break with her children in Barbados.
The actress, 32, has been relaxing at five star Crystal Cove hotel with her three children, daughters Matilda, seven, Delilah, four and two-year-old son Charlie, who she shares with ex-fiancé Scott Sinclair.
Helen has been enjoying the striking ocean views and tropical scenery at this stunning seaside Caribbean village.
The I'm A Celeb star has splashed out on roughly £580 a night for a family room, which boasts either an ocean, garden or poolside view.
Helen has been keeping her fans entertained with a flurry of bikini snaps.
But it comes just days after the actress was given her marching orders from a posh café for wearing a bikini.
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But that hasn’t stopped the star from making the most of the warm weather abroad as she whipped off her bikini top for a shower.
Helen was in the outdoor shower in black bikini bottoms as she faced away from the camera and revealed her derriere.
The soap star was wearing just a gold two-piece when she was turned away from the swanky eatery last week.
Onlookers said she was mortified after being told she was not dressed appropriately to eat in the Kyma coffee shop at the four-star Waves Hotel and Spa in Barbados.
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But another holidaymaker then spared her blushes and stepped in to lend her a dress.
The sun-seeker told us: “Helen turned up to the Kyma bar with her kids and was enjoying a drink outside. It was seriously hot in the early afternoon and when Helen took her kids indoors to get the air-conditioning, she was told she had to cover up or leave.
“She looked horrified because all she had on was a bikini and people were staring. My sister had a Skims black dress and lent it to her so she could go in.
“She was so grateful because it was a little awkward.
“It’s a pretty upmarket bistro-come-cafe, and although you can go there straight from the beach, you have to have a T-shirt or a kaftan on. Helen sat back and enjoyed a coffee with the kids after that.
“She returned the dress — and a pair of flip-flops we lent her — to the hotel reception before she left.
“She was a great sport about the whole thing.”
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