Netflix star looks very different to her character as she shows off her incredible figure in holiday snaps | The Sun
NETFLIX star Saffron Hocking looked a far cry from her Top Boy character as she showed off her INCREDIBLE figure,
The actress, who shot to fame as Lauryn in hit series, looked sensational in pictures from her holiday in Corfu.
Fans are used to seeing Saffron, 31, a lot less glam as the East London character she has been playing since 2019.
Taking to Instagram, she posted a sexy selfie of herself in a crop top and floral skirt.
The outfit showed off her toned stomach, and revealed her impressive abs.
Saffron captioned the shot with: "Bit dramatic (I’m on holiday.)"
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Her fans were very impressed with the pictures, with one saying: "You are truly stunning!!
While this one commented: "Looking good girl!"
Another simply said: "Wowww!"
Aside from Top Boy, Saffron has also starred in BBC's Doctors, and also had a recurring role as Lima in Smalltown.
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Meanwhile, yesterday the release date for the final series of Saffron's Netflix show Top Boy' was confirmed in an explosive first-look trailer.
The streaming giant sent fans into a frenzy by dropping the action-packed promo clip.
Set in East London, Top Boy takes viewers into the world of drug dealers Dushane (Ashley Walters) and Sully (Kano).
Over the past 12 years, first on Channel 4 then from 2019 on Netfix, fans have watched the pair's violent rise through the ranks in pursuit of power and money.
And now in a first-look at the last series – which Netflix has confirmed will land in September – tensions reach boiling point.
Sully can be seen saying: "If we're not monsters we're food… and I could never be food."
Joining Saffron, Ashley and Kano for the latest instalment are regular cast members Simbi Ajikawo, Jasmine Jobson, and Araloyin Oshunremi.
There's also new faces as Irish actors Brian Gleeson and Barry Keogh joined the line-up.
Fans have been left buzzing by the announcement, with one saying: "Can't wait."
A second said: "Damn! That line alone is brazy."
"F***ing YAS!!!!! Absolutely buzzing for this," said a third.
While a fourth commented: "I'm so pumped for this, why does it have to be the last?"
The second Netflix series of Top Boy bagged the number one spot of UK shows on the platform following its release.
- Catch Saffron in the final season of Netflix's Top Boy this September.
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