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Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon stuns in a bikini on Maldives holiday with footballer boyfriend Ryan Ledson

LUCY Fallon gave fans a treat when she posed in a tiny bikini whilst enjoying a holiday in the Maldives. The former Coronation Street star, 26, has been soaking up the sun on vacation with her footy boyfriend Ryan Ledson.

Lucy shared a sexy snap of herself on the beach wearing a lime green two-piece, with the idyllic ocean in the background. The actress can be seen smiling with a pair of sunglasses on the top of her head.

She had her blonde hair floating down her back, and her arms are out open. Lucy captioned the picture with: "ur sweet ice cream, but u could use a flake or 2

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