Chelsee Healey exudes style as she goes braless in a plunging bright pink suit while stepping out in Manchester
She always looks sensational whenever she steps out.
And Chelsee Healey was sure to turn heads as she donned a bright pink suit for a pal’s baby shower in Manchester on Saturday.
The Hollyoaks actress, 32, exuded style as she went braless in a plunging jacket and matching bright bottoms.
Sizzling: Chelsee Healey looked sensational as she went braless and donned a bright pink suit for a pal’s baby shower in Manchester on Saturday
Chelsee appeared to be in good spirits as she rocked her bold ensemble, which she paired with some black Louboutin heels.
The beauty wore her long caramel tresses down and perfectly styled into waves as well as adding a full face of makeup to accentuate her pretty features.
Not forgetting her accessories, Chelsee toted a small pink and black handbag and added a bit of sparkle to her look with large dangling earrings.
Work it: The actress flaunted her toned physique in the eye-catching tailored ensemble
It comes after Chelsee and fellow Hollyoaks actors Kelle Bryan described the ‘vile’ racist abuse directed towards their children.
Kelle, 45, and Chelsee spoke candidly about their personal experiences of racism in a discussion with Loose women panelist Brenda Edwards, 51, on the Channel 4 soap’s Don’t Filter Feelings podcast.
Chelsee, who has played Goldie McQueen in the soap since 2016, described recent abuse directed towards her two-year-old daughter that was particularly upsetting.
Glam: She styled her long caramel tresses into perfect waves and added some sparkly earrings to complete her stylish ensemble
She said: ‘I got the most vile, vile message about her, actually not too long ago… I just looked at them and burst out crying.
‘There’s been another time when she came back from nursery, and she said “Mummy, I have brown skin. My friends say I’m brown”.
‘So I just said, my reaction was, “Yeah, but you’re beautiful and brown. Brown is so beautiful”.
‘I think she’s a little bit too young now to be having the conversation with her, but just so she knows that brown is so beautiful.’
Close: Chelsee Healey and her two-year-old daughter Coco
While Kelle, who is best known for playing Martine Deveraux since 2018, described the impact of her son being racialised at just five years old.
She said: ‘He came home and he was really upset, and at that point I’d raised him to see people as human beings and as people, not as colours.
‘I had to have a conversation with him about race and I explained the differences between black and white people and the difficulties that that might have, and the implications of that, which he’d already experienced at five.
She nevertheless added resolutely: ‘I think it’s really important that my children understand and have a pride in who they are, an understanding of where they’ve come from and the sacrifices that have been made for them to have the lifestyle that they live’.
‘Vile’ abuse: Kelle Bryan, left, and Chelsee, right, spoke candidly about the racism directed towards their families