Posing in a stunning red dress, Emmerdale's Rosie Bentham took to Instagram to mark a big occasion as the brunette beauty simply captioned her photo "20!!" with a birthday cake emoji.
Rosie was out at glamorous bar Alto, in Nottingham city centre as she donned a strappy red dress to mark the special occasion.
The actress accessorized her gorgeous dress with a simple necklace, bracelet and watch, adding strappy heels to finish the look off.
She looked a far-cry from her villager alter-ego Gabby Thomas, who tends to opt for a much more casual look, and is also currently heavily pregnant.
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Unsurprisingly, her friends and fans rushed to inundate her post with compliments as the picture racked up a whopping 7,000 likes.
Rosie isn't a hugely prolific Instagrammer as her previous post on July 8th paid tribute to Emmerdale co-star Mimi Slinger, whose character Leanna Cavanagh was killed off.
"Mimi Slinger. Gna miss your face at work. Proudest ever Watch this space xxxx," Rosie wrote.
A moved Mimi, 18, responded: "I honestly love you so much! Forever xxx"
Meanwhile, actress Daisy Campbell, who plays Amelia Spencer on the show, wrote: "My best girls" with a heart emoji.
All this love and positivity is a far cry from Rosie's on screen life in the Dales.
Her character Gabby is currently heavily pregnant and doing battle with the father of her child, wealthy loser Jamie Tate.
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Meanwhile, her estranged mother Bernice was the one who found Gaby's best friend Leanna's body after she's been murdered by Meena.
Rosie recently opened up about her grief following the sudden death of her father John, who tragically died aged 60 a week before her 18th birthday after he suffered a blood clot.
She told the Mirror: “It was such a huge shock,” says Rosie. “I was on a weekend away, and when I got told, I just couldn’t believe it because he hadn’t been ill beforehand.
“I got angry because I couldn’t understand why and how it had happened. I can remember saying ‘No, no, no’.”
She added: “Dad loved being a dad more than anything else. It was such a big thing for him. It’s why I always tell my friends to reach out to their dads because you never ever know.”
Emmerdale continues at 7pm weekdays on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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