Patsy Palmer unveiled her natural beauty as she headed out to pick up some essentials in Malibu.
The former EastEnders star looked stunning as she headed out for her bare-faced shopping trip, staying safe with the help of a plastic face visor.
Patsy, who played Bianca Jackson in the BBC soap, has lived in America since 2014.
The 48-year-old was spotted heading to the store with her husband Richard Merkell and their son Bertie, nine.
Flame-haired beauty Patsy kept it casual in a long-sleeved navy top and navy trousers.
She finished off her ensemble with a pair of trainers and a blue baseball cap.
Patsy has set up home in sunny California with her husband, 55, Bertie, and their other children, Fenton, 20, and Emilia, 19.
Patsy recently said she was considering returning to EastEnders before filming was shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking on Loose Women via video call with her former co-star Sid Owens, she said: “I haven’t watched EastEnders so I don’t know how they are doing it now.
“I mean, I was there just before lockdown and I had to leave. There was a little bit I was going to do but I didn’t end up doing it and I don’t know how they’re doing it now because I haven’t seen it.”
Patsy’s new life in America is a far cry from the conditions she once lived in back home.
Her kids are growing up in the spotlight too, launching their own successful careers.
Son Fenton is a successful model who is signed to The Dragonfly Agency.
His big brother, Charley Palmer Rothwell, who Patsy shares with former boyfriend Alfie Rothwell, is a rising star on the big screen.
He’s starred in movies iBoy, Dunkirk and Legend, and will also be recognised for his role as Baz in TV show Our Girl.
He chose to stay behind in London when his family relocated Stateside.
Patsy’s daughter Emilia is signed to the same modelling agency as brother Fenton.
She’s starred in campaigns for Calvin Klein and has appeared on the covers of Tatler and Wonderland.
Young Bertie is yet to launch his career, but Patsy has previously said that all of her brood are keen to go into the entertainment industry.