She's been sharing a slew of body confident snaps in recent weeks.
And Melissa Suffield looked sensational as she rocked a lace bra and 'boy pants' for her latest sizzling Instagram video on Tuesday.
The former EastEnders actress, 28, who gave birth to her son River last March, confidently shimmied her assets for the cheeky clip.
Wow! Melissa Suffield looked sensational as she rocked a lace bra and 'boy pants' for her latest sizzling Instagram clip on TuesdayInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Melissa beamed a smile as she showcased her new sultry bra which boasted a delicate green lace pattern and scalloped finish over the sheer cups.
The blonde Beauty, who tied her locks back into a bun, then laughed as she snapped her black pants against her stomach and pulled a funny face for the camera.
Writing over the video, the delighted soap star penned: 'Uhhhhh how cute is the Beija London Waves bra in Emerald?
'Thanks so much for sending it to me gals, a perfect fit as always and I am just OBSESSED with that wavy line.'
Work it: The former EastEnders star, 28, who gave birth to her son River last March, confidently shimmied her assets for the cheeky clip
It comes after Melissa, who played Lucy Beale on EastEnders, shared an empowering post about body confidence, where she talked about embracing her 'fat rolls' and post-baby body.
Melissa uploaded a photo of herself in a red silk dress and told fans how she nearly didn't post it because of how she looked.
She penned: 'I almost didn't post this. Fat and rolls spilling over the top of the thick waistband of a pair of Robert's pants, the dress clinging to it.
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Stunning: Melissa beamed a smile as she showed off her sexy bra which boasted a delicate green lace pattern and scalloped edge
Confident: The Beauty also joked that she was wearing 'boy pants' with her new sultry bra
'The angle I'm sat at, that's accentuating my lower half and messing with my proportions. I could probably sit and dissect this photo for ages.
'But I won't. We're so conditioned to pick out our flaws, and then just stop there. And it can be so hard to see past them once we've acknowledged them, and it just leaves us feeling so much less than.
'I'll see a photo of me, and be gutted when I don't look as good as I thought I did in the real world- that's bonkers! Surely the real world is what matters, not the photos we take on those days.
Self love: It comes after Melissa shared an empowering post about body confidence, where