The Coronation Street actress is currently on maternity leave from the role of Rosie Webster.
Helen Flanagan, 28, welcomed her second daughter Delilah Ruby with her fiancé, Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair, 29, in June.
Since expanding her family, the starlet has launched her very own maternity lingerie collection, named after her youngest child.
Having earned her stripes with a bevy of lingerie-clad photoshoots over the years, Helen has been modelling her new designs herself.
But Flanagan took a break from showcasing her underwear pieces when she jetted off to Dubai for a sun-soaked break at a luxury hotel.
Celebrating her honed bikini body, the Manchester native took to the beach in a plunging, pale blue two-piece.
Allowing her toned upper body and washboard abs to take pride of place, Helen walked along the seafront with her youngest child in her arms.
Keeping the rest of her look simple — save for the oversized diamond engagement ring on her left hand — the starlet undoubtedly made an impression.
“Breastfeeding gets me back in shape”
Taking to her official Instagram profile, Helen shared a snap of herself enjoying the beach day.
Unsurprisingly, the update sparked quite the response from many of the actress’ 754k followers,
Commenting on Helen’s bikini-clad display, an impressed viewer wrote: “Your figure is fabulous, considering it wasn’t that long ago since you had a baby.”
Another said: “Now that’s a yummy mummy. Keep them coming, goddess.”
Joining the conversation, a fan queried: “How did you get your figure back? You look [fire symbol].”
Helen previously spilled the secrets behind her post-baby body in an exclusive chat with Daily Star Online.
The Corrie starlet revealed she favours a natural approach to losing weight.
Helen told us: “Breastfeeding gets me back in shape. With breastfeeding, I am mindful that whatever I am eating, Delilah is having through her milk, so I like to eat a healthy, balanced diet.”
Making reference to her eldest daughter Matilda, Helen added: “I also run around after my three-year-old, so I keep very active.”