Emmerdale's Gennie Walker actress unrecognisable as she poses in unzipped wetsuit for sultry selfie | The Sun

ACTRESS Sian Reese-Williams couldn't look more different from her Emmerdale character in a recently-posted snap.

The former soap star, 40, played Gennie Walker on the show for five years, first making her debut in 2008.

Sian, who hails from Amman Valley in south Wales, departed the show in July 2013, after her character was killed off.

The stunning brunette always dressed conservatively whilst on the show, as her character had a very reserved style.

But Sian loves to glam up for her red carpet appearances, always donning a show-stopping gown and bold makeup.

However, the star showed off a different side in a recent post on Twitter.


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Laying on the beach, the star looked naturally stunning as she showed off her flawless skin.

She captioned the snap: "I wear rash vests now 🀘🌊"

One fan commented: "Looking spot on," adding that she was "looking hot to trotπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯".

Another wrote under the snap: "Good photo Sian have a good day."

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As another fan added: "The flower pattern is really pretty."

Since her time on Emmerdale, Sian has gone on to act in numerous title.

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The bilingual star has acted in various Welsh language productions such as Pili Pala (Butterfly), Y Golau (The Light) and 35 Diwrnod (35 Days).

In 2019, she appeared in Line of Duty as PS Jane Cafferty.

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