Martine McCutcheon slips into figure-hugging dress after toughest year

Martine McCutcheon flaunted her trim figure in a glam sequin dress for a recent night out on the town.

The former EastEnders actress, 46, took to Instagram, where she treated her 550,000 fans to a behind-the-scenes look into her festive celebrations.

Martine uploaded a belated Happy New Years’ montage to her grid, where she donned a figure-hugging mid-riff sequined ensemble paired with strappy silver heels.

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In one video uploaded to the photo carousel, the dark-haired beauty is standing on a table in a bustling pub singing along to The Brand New Heavies.

In a black-and-white snap, Martine was surrounded by pals, including husband Jack McManus, as they rang in the new year at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club in London.

The gorgeous gal gushed in the caption, which read: “By the way… Belated Happy New Year Everyone!

“May 2023 be your best year! 2022 was my toughest year yet… But I’m so ready for the next chapter of my life story.

“We went to see one of my fave bands at one of the best and legendary music venues in the world for new year and it was magical… I was meant to go to that gig for sure.

“It was so good to see my old friend @simon_bartholomew from the band and they are still SO good!”

Fans instantly flocked to the comment section flooding her with compliments and commenting on how good she looked.

One fan wrote: “You look incredible, love the dress, Martine, another added: “Can’t wait to see your 2023 journey.”

Martine’s feel-good 2023 post comes a few weeks after she confessed how her stint in Love Actually – where she played Natalie, Hugh Grant’s love interest – actually “saved her career."

Martine explained to the Mirror: "He said, ‘Richard Curtis (Director) has called and he wants you to star opposite Hugh Grant in a film called Love Actually and it starts next week – can you fly back?’” she says.

“I literally dropped the phone. That film completely changed my life because I wouldn’t have been in the industry anymore.

“When I first saw Four Weddings And A Funeral, it was my absolute dream to work with Hugh Grant and Richard Curtis – I fell in love with the writing and I fell in love with Hugh.”

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