EastEnders stars Tilly Keeper and Jasmine Armfield took some time away from their busy schedules to get glammed up for a girls night out.
Tilly, who plays Louise Mitchell in the soap, wore a black dress with an embroidered floral design completed with a pair of red sandals.
Meanwhile Jasmine, who plays Bex Fowler, looked stunning in a red polka dot dress paired with a pair of black heels.
Tilly, 19, simply captioned the post: “Minnie Mouse.”
Fans went into a meltdown over the gorgeous snap.
One commented: “Absolutely beautiful girls 😘.”
“Both of you look absolutely stunning, beautiful outfits!🙌🏻,” another wrote.
A third gushed: “Oh you both look amazing ladies.”
Tilly recently opened up about sharing a close bond with Jasmine and co-star Shaheen Jafargholi (Shakil Kazemi) off-screen.
She said: “They’re like my brother and sister – we live in each other’s pockets and we’re round each other’s houses all the time.
“I get on well with the cast. It’s a cliché, but we’re a big family.”
Tilly’s character Lousie has recently been at the centre of a horrific ordeal after she was rushed to hospital after being thrown into a table of candles at their school prom.
The prom night turned into a complete disaster after school bullies Alexandra and Madison, who are also bullying Bex, wreaked havoc to get the ultimate revenge on Louise and Bex.
With Louise recovering in hospital her mum Lisa Fowler, played by Lucy Benjamin, made a dramatic return to Walford to care for her daughter.
Since her return there have already been plenty of fireworks between her and ex Phil.
Meanwhile Bex was subjected to horrific bullying from Alexandra and Madison.
Actress Jasmine received tonnes of praise for her role and for bringing awareness to the issue.
Speaking about taking on the role during an appearance on This Morning earlier this year the 18-year-old admitted she found the storyline “distressing to watch”.
She said: “When we’re filming, [Alexandra and Madison] really do scare me, it’s in their eyes.
“To watch it, even acting it, even when they edit it together, it’s distressing viewing.
“[Bex] wants to say something, she’s too scared.”
She continued: “I think nerves are a great thing, it shows you really care about what you’re doing.
“I really did want to do it justice, it’s so common, I wanted to give a good representation for young people and that if they see it they might get some help.”