CORONATION Street star Helen Flanagan has wowed her fans in a low cut leopard print dress as she enjoyed a night out on the town.

The soap actress stunned in the slinky babydoll-style dress as she sat at the bar of a swanky eatery and smiled wide for the camera.

Helen, 31, who last appeared as Rosie Webster in 2018 after playing her on and off since 2000, looked glamorous in the Instagram stories snap.

She paired the tiny leopard print dress with minimalistic gold earrings and neatly styled her blonde locks behind her ears to reveal her dewy complexion.

Helen – who welcomed her third child, Charlie, in March with her fiancé, ex-Celtic footballer Scott Sinclair – completed her look with glam make-up.

She opted for a simple winged eyeliner and lip gloss, placing her snakeskin handbag on the bar as she struck a pose.

The star was out on the town for an exclusive dinner party hosted by clothing giant Primark to celebrate their winter collection.

It comes days after insiders revealed that Helen would be quitting Corrie for good to focus on being a mum to her three children.

A source said: “It’s up in the air as to whether she will ever return. She has other career dreams she’d like to work on before making up her mind."

“She wants to focus on her three children and has other career dreams, including acting roles, she would like to work on before making up her mind whether to reprise her role as Rosie.

“In the short term the break would be around two to three more years but there’s no saying she will come back even after that.

“Helen loves Coronation Street, her character and the family but it takes up a huge amount of her time and it’s become unfeasible.

“ITV have left the door open for her should she ever wish to come back.”

Her farewell scenes which aired in 2018 saw her being interviewed by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning before she flew to Japan to be the host of a new TV show.

As well as baby son Charlie, the actress is also mum to two young daughters – Matilda, six, and Delilah, three.

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