Inside The Office star Lucy Davis' glamorous LA life with pampered pet and famous pals after huge weight loss

SHE moved to LA back in 2004 and wasted no time in settling into life across the point.

In between working Lucy Davis, 49, spends her days working out, hanging out with celebs pals and soaking up the Californian sun.

She often exercises alongside her personal trainer brother and recently wowed her followers by showing off her impressive weight lifting skills.

Sharing a snap off her toned frame, she wrote: "5lb single arm deadlifts. I can’t get up from my chair. Send help #weightlifting #strengthtraining #womenlifting @jakebodyupgrade."

Her Instagram shows she spends a lot of time with her beloved dog Grace, as well as hanging out with her pals are fun venues.

Lucy is most recognisable for her role as Dawn from the UK original series, The Office.

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She starred as the love interest for a smitten Martin Freeman's Tim, and the pair's love story became the highlight of the short-lived run of the much-admired show.

After moving to the States, Lucy had relative success with short-lived character arcs in a number of loved series, including The Mentalist, Reaper, Ugly Betty and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

She then landed in a role Netflix sitcom The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina as one of the lead's aunts Hilda Spellman.

And she famously played Etta Candy in the 2017 Wonder Woman movie.

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Speaking previously about moving to LA, Lucy said: "When I first came out I hated it," she said. "I didn't know a soul or anywhere in LA. I had rented an apartment and then hired a car but that was useless because I didn't know anywhere to go in it.

"I didn't meet people that I particularly loved. For two weeks I just cried myself to sleep. It is very lonely being in a big city on your own. It doesn't matter where it is – LA or wherever – if you don't know anyone it's rubbish.”

But she soon settled in and now admitted she’s become very Americanised.

She explained: "It's amazing how things seep into you without realising it. I was sitting in a cafe at home in England with my sister the other day and I asked if there was an ATM across the street. She looked at me and then said 'No, but there is a cash machine over the road!'.

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"But you do start to say things differently. If I asked where I could get petrol in LA they'd look at me blankly, so you start to say gas. Then when I come over to Britain I have to remember not to say gas.

"Also in LA I refer to my cell phone because they don't understand mobile."

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