Last week, Sophie Dillman was enjoying the sunshine and surfing at Sydney Palm Beach on the set of Home and Away.
The actress, 27, showed off her unbelievable figure as she took to the pool in a skimpy patchwork print bikini.
Carrying a surfboard, before emerging with water glowing on her skin, the stunner dove into the waves.
The beauty cut her wet hair off her face as she entered the pool, claiming to be wearing minimal makeup.
The actress walked slowly across the beach, as though in a Baywatch scene, showing off her curves before slipping on a blue robe.
She was later completely dressed to film some different scenes, looking trendy in a denim jumpsuit with a waist-belt part.
She wore her blonde hair in waves and opted for a palette of nude makeup, completing the look with black sneakers.
After Home and Away in May resumed shooting, Sophie is back on set.
Development was forced to shut down for a total of seven weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Slow motion: Showing off her curves, the actress walked slowly across the sand as if in a scene from Baywatch
Comfortable: Once she left the water the actress put on a blue robe and sunglasses
As a precaution, the cast is now socially distanced on set.
The actress was left pondering what it may have meant for her career in Speaking to Now to Love in May.
‘I don’t think it hit home the day we got the call [to stop filming],’ she said of the pandemic steps.
Pretty: She wore her blonde hair in curls and opted for a nude makeup palette, finishing the look with dark sneakers
‘I think there was a thought of, ”Oh, we’ll go away for two weeks and be back to normal.” But that’s not the case.’
Sophie and on-screen (and off-screen) boyfriend Patrick O’Connor opted to self-isolate in Queensland with her family.
‘Luckily, we packed up and left, because the next day they [the borders] were shut. We are lucky we got up here in time to be with our families.’
Back to work: Sophie is back on set after Home and Away resumed filming in May. The production was forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic for seven weeks in total