EastEnders' Maisie Smith strips to a bikini as she says she's 'perfect and has zero insecurities' for empowering video

EASTENDERS' Maisie Smith stripped to a bikini for a body-confident new TikTok video where she proclaimed she's "perfect" and has "zero insecurities".

The 19-year-old star admitted that she has learned to love everything about herself in the empowering social media post.

In the video, which is set to Joji's Gimme Love, Maisie can be seen frolicking in the sea as she enjoys the UK heatwave.

The actress first of all runs into the cooling ocean before striking a variety of poses on a green paddleboard.

Maisie is showing off her incredible toned figure in a purple string bikini top with pink bottoms.

She has completed the look with a pink cowboy hat over her famous flame hair.



The video has the following words throughout: "My three insecurities are… Absolutely nothing because I've learned to love everything about myself.

"I'm perfect, you're perfect.

"Love you, boo."

She also added in the caption: "Self love is the biggest flex".


Maisie has over a million followers on her popular TikTok profile and was quickly praised by fans for the positive message.

One wrote: "Damn right, every girl needs this confidence."

Another commented: "Thank you for that, you made my day."

A third gushed: "We love a queen that loves herself."

Just yesterday, Maisie appeared in EastEnders' behind-the-scene series Secrets of the Square, where she admitted to having "no inhibitions" when she first joined the BBC One soap at the age of six.


Speaking to Stacey Dooley about her feisty character Tiffany Butcher, she said: "I had more talent when I was six years old than I do now!

"I had so much confidence, I had no inhibitions – sometimes I have to remind myself of the young Tiffany character because I forgot what a sassy little icon she was!

"They gave me so many good scenes, sometimes kids don’t really get much but we had such a great time," she added.

"Weirdly, I don’t remember everything from growing up, it was just part of my life."

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