Hollyoaks legends look stunning as they reunite 16 years after leaving show | The Sun

HOLLYOAKS star Ali Bastian delighted fans as she reunited with her former co-stars Jodie Albert, Sarah Jayne Dunn, and Carly Stenson 16 years after she left the soap.

They are all best known by telly fans for their roles on the E4 soap.

Ali, who played Becca Dean, shared a a snap of them all together with their kids as they enjoyed a summer holiday meet up.

She posted the sweet snap on Instagram and captioned it: "Theclass of ‘23. My heart is full.

"First time all together for a long time… but even more special… first time getting all our babies together!!

"@jodialbert @sarahjaynedunn @carleystenson1 love you and you all so very much. My village."


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Ali quit Hollyoaks in 2007 after playing Becca Dean for six years, and she went on to star in Doctors.

The mum-of-two also took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2009, coming third.

Sarah portrayed Mandy Richardson from the 1996 to 2021 before she was forced to quit after refusing to delete her OnlyFans account.

Dancing on Ice star Carley joined Hollyoaks in 1999 aged just 17 to play Steph Cunninghan, and left in 2010.

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Debbie Dean actress Jodie Albert joined in 2000 and left for good in 2006 and married Westlife singer Kian Egan in 2009.

Ali, 41 is married to actor David O'Mahony – and gave birth to their second child earlier this month.

At the time, Ali revealed her second baby's name and opened up about losing her best friend days after the birth.

Ali shared: "My little one will be 12 weeks this Saturday. The End of the fourth trimester – the end of a period that has been one of the toughest of my life.

"A week after she was born, I lost one of my oldest and closest friends. Trying to process this enormous loss whilst walking the hormonal tightrope of my postpartum period has been and remains to be incredibly intense.

"I’ve taken to having long showers so I can cry and let it all out so that I can then return to parenting a little lighter.

"Knowing that such life changing events happening in such close succession could leave my mental health sailing incredibly close to the wind has meant I’ve had to seek help wherever I could find it."

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