Emmerdale star Natalie Ann Jameson, who plays Amy Wyatt on the ITV soap, sent her fans into a frenzy as she showed off a dramatic hair transformation.
Natalie looked stunning as she posed for a snap on Instagram in a black and blue plunging top as she unveiled her freshly dyed locks, ditching her normal dark blonde shade.
Instead, the ITV star opted for a light peach for her shoulder length locks, completing the look with matching peach eye shadow and a slick of lipstick.
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She captioned the snap: "If you happen to tune into Pointless this evening around 6pm on BBC One – you might just see peach me!
"I wonder if we will win?!"
She looked totally different to Amy Wyatt, who is known for her casual style and lack of make-up and hair styling while she spends her days working in David Metcalfe's shop and looking after her son.
As Natalie showed off her glam new look, it didn’t take long for the compliments to come pouring in from her co-stars and fans, as they praised her makeover.
Her co-star Kevin Mathurin wrote: "Stunning. Nice to see you yesterday x
One fan posted: "You are so beautiful."
Another agreed: "Love the colour of your hair."
Meanwhile, Amy’s love life in the Dales may have been tumultuous over the years, but Natalie’s is luckily a lot more settled.
She regularly shares pictures of herself looking loved-up with her partner Ali Ward, who is a full time youth theatre leader.
One of her most recent pictures showed them all dressed up as they celebrated at a friend’s wedding, looking very happy as they posed for a sweet snap.
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7.30pm on ITV.
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