Coronation Street actress Millie Gibson shared a series of stunning snaps following her lavish birthday bash over the weekend.
The now 18-year-old star first shared a photo of herself wearing a stunning red dress as she kicked up her legs and faced an LED light of the number 18 while holding a balloon which read: "Happy 18th Millie".
Captioning the photo the star wrote: "I mean, finally," and shared a series of snaps alongside it – but it seems she wasn't quite done with posting her photos.
Hours after the event Millie took to Instagram once again to share a stunning snap in the same gown as she showed off her dazzling makeup look.
Millie opted for a soft smoky eye before adding a bright hue of red lippy to perfectly match her long gown which fell to the floor with ruffles all around.
The star added her red heels to finish the look as she paired it with soft jewellery and stood for a number of dazzling photos.
Her Corrie pals were quick to show their love on the photo as co-star Mollie Gallagher shared red love hearts while Tanisha Gorey wrote: "My girl."
Fans didn't hold back as they fawned over her looks with one person writing: "You looked incredible queen!", while another said: "Amazing!"
Millie turned 18 on Sunday and she was quick to share multiple photos from her event including a vinyl guest book, a director's chair, gold and pink balloons and her nearest and dearest.
Multiple Corrie stars were also in attendance as she made the most of her milestone birthday.
Millie's lavish event wasn't the only birthday celebrations the star had as pal Tanisha posted a clip of her at Alton Towers as she told fans they were celebrating her turning 18.
The duo posed for their own stunning snaps as Millie opted for a colourful knitted bralet while her pal Tanisha donned a blue crop top as they took time off set to have some fun of their own.
Millie, who plays Kelly Neelan on the soap, joined in June 2019 and has appeared on the ITV show ever since.
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