FORMER EastEnders' star Tilly Keeper has celebrated her birthday in style and jaw dropping gold dress.
Tilly turned 23 this week and was spoilt rotten with country styled birthday party complete with two huge sponge cakes.
Tilly played Louise Mitchell on Albert Square for four years but moved on to pastures new in Reggie Yates' drama about a reality TV show called Make Me Famous.
Rocking a gold lurex fitted mini dress by De La Vali, Tilly marked her big day with a series of stunning photos on the beach.
The structured dress worth £245 fit Tilly perfectly as she beamed with happiness standing on the sandy beach.
Her long blonde ombre hair fell around her shoulder in soft waves and she completed the look with subtle pieces of jewellery.
"GOLDen hour," she captioned the sunset series of photos.
Fans and former costars flocked to shower the young star with compliments.
Former EastEnders actress Jac Jossa wrote: "She’s beautiful."
While another Instagram user said: "OH MY GOD LOOK AT YOU."
And a third commented: "You’re just so beautiful it’s unreal!!!??"
The actress also shared a photo of her birthday spread which included several wrapped gifts, sunflowers, monogrammed candle holders and balloons marking out the number 23.
Her posts come just days after her best friend and former co-star Jasmine Armfield showered her with birthday love.
For Tilly's birthday on Sunday, Jasmine posted a series of cute and silly pics of the pair.
The 21-year-old actress described Tilly as her "life coach", "my funniest little coop" and "bestie", and finished the tribute saying "I love you".
The photos showed the pair posing for sweet selfies, stopping for takeaway after a night out, dressed up for a disco party and one of Tilly with her beanie pulled down around her eyes.
Tilly played Louise on EastEnders since 2016 and was the fourth actress to take on the role before leaving earlier this year.
Louise starred in several of the soap’s biggest storylines since Tilly took on the role including her relationship with cheating Keanu Taylor.
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