Actress Martine McCutcheon shared a little bit of her fun side on social media last night.

Sharing a picture of herself in a swimsuit, the former Eastenders star said she was gonna “shake what my mumma gave me” if England won the Euro 2021 final.

She wore a skimpy black bikini with a high waist to cinch her in to cheer on England in the UEFA 2020 European Football Championship final from abroad.

Martine, 45, shared the revealing selfie with her 424,000 Instagram followers

Looking like she is currently somewhere sunny, she also shared a photo with her husband Jack McManus getting close.

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She wrote: “Doing some work abroad, but tying in some much needed rest, relaxation and quality time with the family.”

This month, Martine and Jack were on an episode of Celebrity Gogglebox.

On the show, fans called out Hackney-raised Martine for saying "faucet" instead of "tap."

The couple's six-year-old son, Rafferty, was highly excited for the big match as she said he was “bursting with excitement” for England to play Italy.

Just before the game, Martine shared a photo of herself wearing a white cover-up over the black bikini with red sunglasses, saying: "We want England to win! We want England to win!

"Trying to distract Rafferty as he’s ready to burst with excitement for the match. A little snack to tide us over till dinner!”

When England lost 3-2 on penalties, the English actress said: “I’m so sad…bottom lip out…gutted for my beloved England. I’m SO proud of them though."

She joined in the nation praising the team for their performance as fellow celebrities such as Adele, Stacey Solomon and Stacey Dooley thanked the squad for their hard work throughout the UEFA 2020 European Football Championship.

They also celebrated their social enterprise and bravery throughout the tournament.

“The joy they have brought us with their talent and determination was so uplifting and much needed after all we’ve been through.

"They’ve definitely inspired me to dream big again," she said.

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