Coronation Street’s Lucy Fallon wows in miniskirt after soap exit confession

Lucy Fallon has been the talk of Coronation Street lately as she confessed to being trolled in real life.

The 23-year-old, who plays Bethany Platt, says she has been trolled after her character kissed Daniel Osbourne before Sinead's death.

But the beauty received nothing but compliments when she took to her official Instagram to share her latest selfie.

Posting to her 457,000 followers, Lucy oozed confidence as she struck a pose with a friend.

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Wearing her blonde locks down, she posed with her hand on her hip as she grinned while starring into the camera lens.

Showcasing her never-ending pins, Lucy donned a leather mini-skirt.

Teaming it with some chunky black platform heels she opted for a black blouse which she tucked into the skirt.

Her fans flocked to the comments section to gush over her beauty.

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One wrote: "Gorgeous ladies."

A second said: "Beautiful. You gave amazing performances on Corrie this week."

Another gushed: "Legs for days."

One more commented: "Wow Lucy, you are a beautiful young lady."

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Lucy recently revealed she will be leaving Corrie in January 2020, which she says was her own decision.

Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online at the Pride of Britain Awards last night on her feelings about her exit, Lucy said: "I am nervous as I don't know what is going to happen.

"Come January I am going to be unemployed but I am excited.

"I am going to be very upset to leave though. It has been like a family to me."

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