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EastEnders’ Brittany Papple star Louise Mitchell is unrecognisable a decade after leaving the soap

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EX-EASTENDERS Louise Mitchell actress, Brittany Papple, has wowed fans with a stunning transformation - 10 years after her soap exit.

The actress, 22, was the third child star to take on the role of Phil Mitchell's daughter with Lisa Fowler in the BBC One show.

Following her departure from the soap, Brittany trained at Millennium Performing Arts and graduated in 2017.

In 2018, Brittany revealed she was heading to Disneyland for a future as a dancer at the world famous park.

She still regularly updates fans on her life on social media, where she looks unrecognisable from Walford alter ego Louise.

Brittany now boasts platinum blonde locks - and is now grown up enough to sip cocktails with pals.

She also appears to enjoy a jet-set lifestyle, with past trips to Barcelona and Milan also shared with fans.

Some of her Instagram followers can't quite believe that she used to play the East End character, with one commenting on her page:  "Louise Mitchell that you?"

Louise now lives in Essex after leaving the BBC soap in 2010.

She played Brittany in some very major storylines for the character including, the custody dispute between her dad Phil Mitchell and mum Louise Fowler and suffering abuse at the hands of her brother Ben Mitchell.

After Ben was abused by Phil's ex Stella Crawford, he turned his hand to abusing his little sister.

Just like evil Stella, Ben would burn Louise's hand with a hot spoon so she would "learn a lesson" the same way he had done.

Eventually Phil learned of Ben's twisted behaviour and Louise went back to life with her mum.

The role was first portrayed by Rachel Cox between 2001 and 2003, before actress Danni Bennatar took over the part in 2008.

Tilly Keeper has played the role since 2016 when the character was reintroduced to EastEnders.

Ex-EastEnders Louise Mitchell actress Brittany Papple shocks fans with stunning transformation

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