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Emily Atack looks fresh-faced as she sips beer in the sun wearing a tiny denim dress

EMILY Atack appears to have been enjoying the weekend sunshine as she headed to social media to pose for a snap.

The actress - who is no stranger to posting her fresh-faced selfies in the sun to her Instagram fans - posed as she held up a beer.

The star posed with a bottle of beer on her Instagram storiesCredit: Instagram
Emily is no stranger to posting her sunny selfies onlineCredit: instagram

Emily, 32, was joined by her sweet dog in the garden as she sipped on a bottle of Corona, stripping down to a tiny sundress.

The denim number hugged at her waist and showed off the actress' ample assets as she leant forward towards the camera.

Sitting on garden furniture, Emily looked to have glammed up for the garden occasion with a soft palette of make-up.

She completed her look with a pink lip gloss and delicate chain necklace, letting her signature blonde locks flow over her shoulders.


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Emily appears to have shaken off her horrific harassment ordeal that she opened up about to her Instagram fans earlier this month.

The Celebrity Juice team leaeder screen grabbed the array of explicit comments from the sick individual as she begged fans for help.

Emily has previously scooped praise from MPs for her campaign to highlight online abuse after being trolled online.

The TV star has also told how she is bombarded with hundreds of penis pics and sexually explicit messages every single day.

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Proving the issue remains, she took to her Instagram as she wrote: "How is this s**t still allowed? How do we make this illegal?

"I am harassed everyday by this man. I block and block, and he creates new accounts and gets into my private messages. Every day."

The star then called on Instagram bosses to take action about the "abuse", as she concluded: "Sort it out."

Previously Emily, who recently backed a campaign to make cyber flashing a crime, said the vile messages make her question what people think of her and if that could be the reason she is single.

Speaking in a podcast, Emily said: “Before breakfast, I’ve seen about ten penises I have not asked to see. It can drive you crazy.

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“If someone sends me a sexually explicit message, I’m like, ‘Why have they said that to me?’. It makes you question why you’re single.

“It’s not normal, is it? People don’t realise the harm (it can cause) and the triggering it can spark — where else you take it in your mind.”