The Coronation Street actress joined the ITV soap in 2000, landing the role of Rosie Webster.
Having grown up in front of the nation on the small screen, Helen Flanagan has undergone quite the transformation.
The 27-year-old recently welcomed her second daughter with her fiancé, Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair, 29.
Helen has famously set pulses racing over the years, with a series of sizzling photoshoots and eye-popping social media updates.
And in 2008, when she was 18 years old, the small screen siren showed early signs of being a TV pin-up.
Taking to the red carpet at the Out Of Africa DVD launch party in Manchester, the Brit beauty wowed in a slinky dark purple dress, which featured a daring low-cut design.
Sporting bejewelled gold straps, the buxom beauty dropped jaws as she posed for the photographers.
Pre-dating her blonde bombshell transformation, Helen sported dark luscious locks, which only served to highlight her striking blue eyes.
While Flanagan dominated the cameras solo, she was later joined by a male companion, who donned a pale blue shirt paired with crinkled denim jeans for their night out on the town.
“Feel so blessed to have our healthy baby girl”
Helen has taken a break from red carpet events in recent weeks, as she’s welcomed baby Delilah Rose to the Flanagan/Sinclair household.
The soap starlet gave birth on June 22, and marked the special occasion just one day later with a heartfelt social media post.
Taking to her Helen Flanagan Instagram, she wrote: “Our beautiful precious daughter Delilah Ruby Sinclair was born yesterday at 5.18pm, weighing 6lbs 15oz.
“I had a very quick labour, a water birth with just gas and air. Absolutely besotted, so in love.”
She added: “Feel so blessed to have our healthy baby girl and I feel good after my labour.”
Today, Helen opened up about being a mum to a young baby, and revealed she is the new ambassador of the breastfeeding Feed With Confidence Awards 2018.
Announcing the news, Flanagan said: “I have found feeding Delilah while in public has been received in very different ways.
“From feeling like I should stop as I didn’t want to hear nasty comments, to being supported by absolute strangers.
“I feed with confidence because I am just a mum, who wants the best for my baby girl.”