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Home and Away’s Sarah Roberts sizzles in bikini at 38: ‘Gorgeous’

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Sarah Roberts, a former star of Home and Away, shocked fans with her most recent swimsuit photo, which was taken at Coogee Beach in Sydney. The 38-year-old actress looked stunning while basking in the sun in a white CASIKA bathing suit.

The swimming-fresh beauty decided without wearing makeup and tossed her damp hair to one side. Sweet Sunday, Casika Swim, she captioned the picture.

Patrick O’Connor (Dean Thompson), Georgie Parker (Roo Stewart), and Sophie Dillman (Ziggy Astoni), three of her Home and Away co-stars, liked her post.

Laura Vazquez, a former cast member of Home and Away and current head of makeup for the drama, remarked that Sarah was “gorgeous” in the photo.

The ‘beautiful’ actress received a barrage of comments from fans in the comment section as well.

One commenter gushed, “A great photo of a gorgeous lady.

“Sarah, you are such a hot babe. Love you,” said a third.

A third person said, “Looking gorgeous like always, so glad you’re enjoying the finest Sunday.”

Sarah spills on a possible return to Summer Bay

This comes after Sarah said she would be thrilled to return to her Home and Away role as Willow Harris. James Stewart, who plays Justin Morgan on the soap opera, is still married to her.

She told Yahoo Lifestyle, “I’d love to go back to Home and Away, I liked my time there. “I grew incredibly close to everyone, and they treated me like family.

Because you get to spend every day at work hanging out with all your favorite people, working on that program seems like a vacation as well.

The Melbourne-born actress, who is of Sri Lankan descent, was placed in a box before she was offered the role of Willow Harris. Many of the auditions she received typecast her as a “Indian doctor,” with the personality of the role centering around her race.

She claims, nonetheless, that her portrayal on the serial opera disproved these prejudices.

The fact that I played a terrible girl was something I truly enjoyed about working on Home and Away. And although it wasn’t forced down anyone’s throat, I was still Sri Lankan, she said.

Even if her work and personality “had nothing to do” with her race, she was nonetheless able to introduce Australian admirers to her culture.

When she was on her deathbed, “my father [on the show] sung a Sri Lankan lullaby to me,” she recalls.

Since people from all over the world may be seen on Australian streets, it is lovely to see that culture incorporated into Australian media. That is what makes Australia so lovely.

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