Sheridan Smith flashes tattoo while filming Clean Break

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She has been looking better than ever following her return to the spotlight.

And Sheridan Smith couldn’t stop smiling on Tuesday as she filmed scenes for her new ITV crime play Clean Break.

The 36-year-old singer was lucent despite the drama’s dim storyline, as she flashed a spirit of her flower thigh tattoo, which she has had for years.

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Inked: Playful Sheridan Smith, 36, was in high spirits as she flashed a spirit of her flower thigh tattoo while filming scenes for crime play Clean Break in London on Tuesday

Inked: Playful Sheridan Smith, 36, was in high spirits as she flashed a spirit of her flower thigh tattoo while filming scenes for crime play Clean Break in London on Tuesday

Inked: Playful Sheridan Smith, 36, was in high spirits as she flashed a spirit of her flower thigh tattoo while filming scenes for crime play Clean Break in London on Tuesday

On form: Actress Sheridan Smith, 36, looked to be having the time of her life as she walked to her next place of filming, following closely by her glam squad, including make-up artist Lesley Brennan (left) 

On form: Actress Sheridan Smith, 36, looked to be having the time of her life as she walked to her next place of filming, following closely by her glam squad, including make-up artist Lesley Brennan (left) 

On form: Actress Sheridan Smith, 36, looked to be having the time of her life as she walked to her next place of filming, following closely by her glam squad, including make-up artist Lesley Brennan (left) 

For the scenes, Sheridan donned an oversized padded cloak to keep comfortable in the cold Jan weather. 

Her dress consisted of a pinkish blouse and pencil dress which were worn with a span of taupe boots.

Glamorous: Sheridan gave the cameras a tiny glimpse of her flower tattoo on her thigh, which she has had for several years

Glamorous: Sheridan gave the cameras a tiny glimpse of her flower tattoo on her thigh, which she has had for several years

Glamorous: Sheridan gave the cameras a tiny glimpse of her flower tattoo on her thigh, which she has had for several years

Sheridan seemed to take impulse from the famous hitch-hiking stage in It Happened One Night, as she hitched up her dress to peep a spirit of her inking.

The inking is just one of Sheridan’s many tattoos over the years, including a span of angel wings on her wrist, c’est la strive on her left forearm, a floral pattern on her left hand, a solid on her center finger and an perplexing pattern on her left shoulder.

In honour of her late father, Sheridan also has the phrased Daddy’s Little Girl inked on her right arm. 

Beaming: Sheridan had a big grin on her face as she filmed another stage with a camera following her every move 

Beaming: Sheridan had a big grin on her face as she filmed another stage with a camera following her every move 

Beaming: Sheridan had a big grin on her face as she filmed another stage with a camera following her every move 

Messing around: Sheridan was seen having a giggle with members of the organisation as they headed to the next filming plcae in a London park

Messing around: Sheridan was seen having a giggle with members of the organisation as they headed to the next filming plcae in a London park

Relaxed: Sheridan kept comfortable in the cold Jan weather in an oversized padded coupler over her character's costume

Relaxed: Sheridan kept comfortable in the cold Jan weather in an oversized padded coupler over her character's costume

Messing around: Sheridan was seen having a giggle with members of the organisation as they headed to the next filming plcae in a London park

The former Gavin and Stacey star seemed to mangle out into fits of giggles as she prepared to film scenes as a operative category mum, chatting divided with the organisation as she walked by a park.

In one scene, Sheridan was seen to be using divided or towards something, as the camera sped along in front of her.

In Clean Break, Sheridan plays a cleaner who find herself inextricable in the universe of insider trading.  

In character: Sheridan donned a pinkish blouse and black pencil dress to film the scenes, along with a grey overcoat and ankle boots

In character: Sheridan donned a pinkish blouse and black pencil dress to film the scenes, along with a grey overcoat and ankle boots

In character: Sheridan donned a pinkish blouse and black pencil dress to film the scenes, along with a grey overcoat and ankle boots

Flyaway: Sheridan tossed her hair to one side as she picked up her gait during filming

Flyaway: Sheridan tossed her hair to one side as she picked up her gait during filming

Tense: Sheridan's blonde tresses could be seen billowing in the breeze as she ran for the scene

Tense: Sheridan's blonde tresses could be seen billowing in the breeze as she ran for the scene

Flyaway: Sheridan tossed her hair to one side as she picked up her gait during filming

Back to work: The organisation for the ITV play were seen getting into position as they prepared to film

Back to work: The organisation for the ITV play were seen getting into position as they prepared to film

Back to work: The organisation for the ITV play were seen getting into position as they prepared to film

On point: Sheridan has receiving commend once again for her working following a mangle from the spotlight in 2016

On point: Sheridan has receiving commend once again for her working following a mangle from the spotlight in 2016

On point: Sheridan has receiving commend once again for her working following a mangle from the spotlight in 2016

Last year Sheridan was lauded for her opening in the BBC play Moorside, which told the loyal story of the abduction of Shannon Matthews. 

The blonde beauty has also formerly been awarded with a BAFTA for her role in the play Mrs Biggs, and has been given been nominated for two more.

Sheridan took a mangle from working in 2016, stepping divided from her role as Fanny Bryce in the West End reconstruction of Funny Girl.  

Hands on face: Sheridan once again perceived soap-box reviews in 2017 for her role in the BBC play Moorside, which told the loyal story of the abduction of Shannon Matthews

Hands on face: Sheridan once again perceived soap-box reviews in 2017 for her role in the BBC play Moorside, which told the loyal story of the abduction of Shannon Matthews

Hands on face: Sheridan once again perceived soap-box reviews in 2017 for her role in the BBC play Moorside, which told the loyal story of the abduction of Shannon Matthews

New role: In this ITV drama, Sheridan plays a operative category silent who gets inextricable in the universe of inside trading

New role: In this ITV drama, Sheridan plays a operative category silent who gets inextricable in the universe of inside trading

New role: In this ITV drama, Sheridan plays a operative category silent who gets inextricable in the universe of inside trading

Following her return to the spotlight, Sheridan suggested all about her battle with stress late last year in an talk with The Sunday Times Culture magazine.

The singer suggested the condition left her in pieces and incompetent to finish her run in the West End prolongation of Funny Girl.

Reflecting on the past, the singer removed how her late dad’s cancer diagnosis had acted as a trigger. 

On the run: Sheridan looked unsettled as she filmed scenes which saw her using down a lane

On the run: Sheridan looked unsettled as she filmed scenes which saw her using down a lane

On the run: Sheridan looked unsettled as she filmed scenes which saw her using down a lane

Running away: In one scene, Sheridan looked visibly shocked as the stage began, with the camera using along in front of her

Running away: In one scene, Sheridan looked visibly shocked as the stage began, with the camera using along in front of her

Running away: In one scene, Sheridan looked visibly shocked as the stage began, with the camera using along in front of her

She told the publication: ‘I was totally shocked that we was going to come unstuck, that we couldn’t hold these feelings of distrust in much longer but it coming to a head.

‘Which it did last year. My father getting cancer triggered it, but it had been a prolonged time coming.

‘Things have been weird for years’, she admitted.

On top: The play has been combined and combined by Mark Marlow and should be aired in 2018

On top: The play has been combined and combined by Mark Marlow and should be aired in 2018

Cheeky flash: Sheridan even gave the cameras a discerning peep of her leg, showing a glimpse of her tattoo

Struggles: Sheridan suggested all about her battle with stress in an talk late last year with The Sunday Times Culture magazine

Struggles: Sheridan suggested all about her battle with stress in an talk late last year with The Sunday Times Culture magazine

Struggles: Sheridan suggested all about her battle with stress in an talk late last year with The Sunday Times Culture magazine

And speaking about the events that led to her holding a career break, Sheridan reflected: ‘My life was descending detached and we didn’t tell anyone. So you think, ‘That’s it, this is me. I’m unlovable, I’m inauthentic.’

‘You’re constantly worrying you’re not going to be as good as people consider you should be.

‘When you have that grade of anxiety, you can’t just lift yourself together and you can’t explain it. It just snowballs until it’s out of control.’ 

Explosive: Sheridan then certified that the flitting of her father triggered her anxiety

Explosive: Sheridan then certified that the flitting of her father triggered her anxiety

Explosive: Sheridan then certified that the flitting of her father triggered her anxiety

Out of control: She added: 'You're constantly worrying you're not going to be as good as people consider you should be'

Out of control: She added: 'You're constantly worrying you're not going to be as good as people consider you should be'

Out of control: She added: ‘You’re constantly worrying you’re not going to be as good as people consider you should be’


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