Chelsee Healey was in good spirits on Saturday as she stepped out with her Hollyoaks co-star Jennifer Metcalfe.
The pair were spotted in Manchester city centre as they enjoyed an evening out together, with Chelsee, 34, wearing a figure hugging black co-ord for the night.
She was seen standing alongside Jennifer, 38, wearing a pair of green and black animal print leggings and a black feathered jacket.
Out and about: Chelsee Healey, 34, was in good spirits on Saturday as she stepped out with her Hollyoaks co-star Jennifer Metcalfe, 38
Chelsee, who plays Goldie McQueen in Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks, looked sensational in a pair of skintight black trousers and a matching top with a plunging neckline.
The upper half of her outfit sat partially off her shoulders, with the sleeves having holes for her thumbs to create attached gloves.
She carried a black purse with her and opted for a pair of large gold hoop earrings.
In style: The pair were spotted in Manchester city centre as they enjoyed an evening out together, with Chelsee wearing a figure hugging black co-ord for the night
She was seen chatting to Jennifer as they stood together outside on the street, with Jennifer completing her look with a pair of black flip flops.
It comes after Chelsee revealed her five-year-old daughter has been subjected to racist abuse online.
The actress finds it ‘heartbreaking’ when trolls focus their attention on her little girl Coco – who she shares with former partner Jack Malloy – but she refuses to get drawn into a war of words with the bullies.
Fashion focus: Jennifer wore a pair of green and black animal print leggings and a black feathered jacket
She told the Daily Star Sunday newspaper: ‘My daughter gets sent racist abuse through social media.
‘I’ve been sent a lot of messages about Coco. When it’s about an innocent child it’s not nice. It’s heartbreaking. But I try not to reply back. I don’t entertain it.’
The 33-year-old star admitted she’s been a target for trolls for years, with things getting particularly bad when she took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2011, when she came second with partner Pasha Kovalev.
She said: ‘When I was on Strictly, I got a lot of hate. It’s such a big show – that was the first time a lot of people had seen me. I got called “hippo” and things like that.’
Chelsee insisted she is ‘thick-skinned’ but says she can’t stand people sending cruel taunts about her daughter.
The soap star no longer searches online to find out what people have been saying about her because there is ‘always’ some ‘nasty stuff’.
Shameful: It comes after Chelsee revealed her five-year-old daughter has been subjected to racist abuse online