Helen Flanagan has delighted fans with a transformation video featuring her adorable baby boy Charlie as she got ready for her first night out after giving birth.

The Coronation Street actress posed a fun video on her Instagram showing her holding baby Charlie wearing slouchy loungewear and managing a quick gulp from a huge mug.

The down-to-earth star from Bury gazed into the camera as she inspected her makeup-free face and her hair pulled back into a messy bun. Fans also spotted that she was sporting baby drool on her shoulder.

The video then quickly switched to an 'after' clip of the Rosie Webster actress beaming in a pretty green and white floral print dress, her blonde tresses styled into loose waves.

Helen in the 'before' section of the video

Helen completed her glam 'out out' look with a toffee brown lipgloss, rosy cheek colour and fluttery eyelashes.

"Mamas first night out," she wrote alongside the video as the compliments came flooding in.

"Glam," she added.

"Yummy mummy," commented one fan.

The video cut to Helen dressed up and ready to go out

"OMG SUPER HOT," said another.

Another follower praised: "Love this!!! So important that us mums get a night out, quality you time!! An u look amazing!"

Fans told her that they loved both looks.

"I’d happily look like your 'before' version," said one.

"I love the care free-lovely mama look even more though," said another.

"Beauty before and after," another follower praised.

Fans loved the video

"Perfection. With and without glam," wrote another fan.

"I especially like the drool on the shoulder," joked another.

Coronation Street favourite Helen was two days overdue when she welcomed her third child at the Royal Bolton Hospital.

Helen and her fiance Preston North End footballer Scott Sinclair also have two daughters Matilda, six, and Delilah, two.

She recently spoke frankly about the changes in her body since giving birth, writing: "Carrying a baby is such a miracle.

"I haven’t really done any exercise since having Charlie apart from my pelvic floor exercises and enjoying walks with the baby carrier or pram and obviously running around after the two girls.

"My body has changed with each baby. My boobs have changed a lot with nursing each.

"The skin on my stomach has changed but I feel so lucky to able to have carried my babies."

She continued: "I took my labour recovery slowly.

"I think you feel different after each birth it just depends.

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"I didn’t fancy a walk with the pram for about 2/3 weeks after.

"Wearing maternity pads are not super comfortable and I wanted to wear baggy tracksuit bottoms for weeks.

"As a mummy of girls I want to show them to be confident in their own skin and to love themselves.

"I do affirmations with them on the school run such as 'I am amazing' 'I can do anything.'“

Helen, who has played Rosie in Corrie since 2000, said her third pregnancy will be her last after suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, an extreme form of morning sickness that causes severe nausea and vomiting, which she's had during all her pregnancies.

In an adorable treat for her girls during their final weekend as a family of four she organised an Easter theme party with a tent, games and chocolate treats.