Call The Midwife star Leonie Elliott looks worlds away from Nurse Lucille in glam snaps | The Sun

CALL The Midwife star Leonie Elliott looked a far cry from her character on the hit show in gorgeous snaps.

The actress, 34,looked so different from her role as Nurse Lucille on her Instagram page.

Leonie oozed glam in a selection of breath-taking shots.

The star, who plays Lucille Priscilla Robinson (née Anderson) in the hit BBC drama, usually has her hair swept up in a bun.

She is famed for looking demure in her nurse's outfit as one of the original cast members on the show.

Leonie dazzled as she let down her hair showing off her glorious curls in an off-duty shot.

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She looked snazzy in the shot wearing a smoky-eye and a slick of pink lipstick.

In another shot she wore her hair sleek and straight.

She glammed up in a hot pink shirt for the look and enhanced her natural beauty with a dash of blusher on her cheekbones.

Leonie upped her glam wearing her hair in cornrow braids for another look.

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She looked so different as she slicked down her baby hairs at the sides for that very glam look.

Leonie looked sharp in a black pin-stripped jacket as she posed for a smouldering selfie.

Leonie became a household name playing Nurse Lucille Anderson at Nonnatus House.

Elegant, funny and clever, Lucille was swift to settle in and brought a fresh new energy to life at the nunnery.

Through her eyes viewers explored the experiences of Caribbean nurses who came over in the 1960s to support the growing NHS.

After a government recruitment drive, there were as many as 5,000 Jamaican nurses in the NHS by the mid-Sixties.

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