EastEnders star Milly Zero poses in pink pyjamas for stunning make-up free selfie – The Sun

EastEnders' Milly Zero has shared a stunning makeup free selfie while rocking a cute pair of pink pyjamas.

The 20-year-old actress posted the gorgeous pic on Instagram that showed off her natural freckles and big blue eyes.

Her natural brunette waves cascaded to her shoulders as the star celebrated owing comfy pyjamas in lockdown.

She wrote: "Never thought my ‘waste of space’ Pajama collection would come in this handy [sic]."

Many of Milly's almost 41,000 followers rushed to shower her in praise.

One Instagram user wrote: "Pretty pretty lady>"

While another added: "Beautiful Girl."

A third said: "Jeeeeez pure natural beauty right there !! And those eyes."

Milly plays Dotty Cotton on the BBC soap, granddaughter of the soap’s most iconic character, Dot Branning after joining EastEnders in October last year.

She surprised fans after her debut with her sexy Instagram pics which revealed she was nothing like Dotty in real life.

Dotty sports an edgy nose-ring piercing and covers up in jeans and a high-top.

But in her own personal pictures, she flashes her underboob in sultry snaps for her followers.

The 20-year-old shows off her long legs in a sexy red polka dot dress with matching shoes.

Last year, the Sun Online reported on Dotty's return and her jaw-droppingly different image.

Milly said at the time: “I am honestly so excited to be playing Dotty Cotton and joining the E20 family, especially playing alongside June Brown, who I have been watching on my telly since I was a young girl.

“Her and Dotty have such an interesting relationship to explore with a complicated history.

"I can't wait to see what the future holds for them. It all feels very surreal and I am buzzing already.”

Hailing from Peckham in south east London, the BRIT School student also starred in CBBC’s All At Sea.

The young actress couldn't believe her luck when she landed the role on EastEnders because she didn't think someone "like her" had a chance to make it in the industry.

She told The Sun Online: "I have a really supportive family, but as a young person who’s not from a really rich background you look at older actors and see that they all went to Eton and private schools and boarding schools, and you can think: 'Is there a place for me in this industry?'

"Now I’ve realised that things are really changing. In EastEnders a lot of the cast speak like me, so I feel like I really belong there!"

But she knew she was always destined to become an actress, because she had dreamed about it since she was a child.

Milly admitted: "In assemblies at school I would push to the front and sing louder than everyone else. Then my mum put me in the local drama class and I just lapped up the attention.

"When I was 13, I started looking up acting agents and emailing them. I did it all myself."

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