EMMERDALE'S Isabel Hodgins continues to stun fans as she undergoes another stunning transformation.
The actress who plays Victoria Sugden on the soap went from brunette to platinum blonde over Christmas and has now gone back to her brown locks.
Isabel, 26, showed off how much her hair had grown during lockdown as she she enjoyed a sunny day in the park.
The soap actress looked blissful as she lay in the park in a blue vest, snake print mini skirt and sneakers.
She rocked a red-crocheted headband in her grown out hair, and smiled happily as she posed looking away from the camera.
Isabel captioned the Instagram photo: "YES to this weather."
Fans clearly loved Isabel's relaxed look and gushed over the actress.
One Instagram user wrote: "You little beauty Isabel x"
While another added: "Lovely photo of you isabel ❤️ x"
A third said: "You’re stunning and my biggest idol ever."
Last month, Isabel shared her dramatic Christmas hair transformation hoping it would cheer people up.
She wrote: "If anyone wants to go from brown to blonde, just know there will be a time, before the toner, where you look like Big Bird."
"This was over Christmas- yes hair dressers are closed. it’s such a ridiculous photo I thought it would make people smile."
Filming on Emmerdale was initially halted in March because of Covid-19 but the programme's cast and crew returned to work last week, following social-distancing measures.
The new episodes will air from June 8 and will last for three weeks before the soap returns to its previous broadcast schedule.
Speaking during an online Q&A, producer Laura Shaw said Friday's episode would end on a cliff-hanger before the soap entered three weeks of "lockdown episodes".
Producers also revealed Emmerdale will keep its pub The Woolpack open – despite the pandemic when it returns to filming.
The dales boozer will remain the hub of the village as the soap reflects wider society and will go takeaway only in the coming weeks.
Upcoming special episodes of Emmerdale will offer "snapshots of lockdown life", producers have said.
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