ACTRESS Katie McGlynn oozed festival vibes as she celebrated her 29th birthday.
The ex Coronation Street and Hollyoaks star, 29, embraced the sunshine and boho spirit in a special party hosted by her friends in a huge park.
Katie McGlynn celebrated her 29th birthday with a festival-themed bash
The actress celebrated her special day with former Corrie co-star Rob Mallard, far right
Katie documented their antics on her Instagram page in a “birthday festival dump” which saw her festival fashion on point in a sequin skirt.
She paired the garment with dark cowboy boots, a black hat and a shirt which tied at the waist to show off her figure.
The Sinead Tinker star finished off her look with huge sunglasses and a rainbow-coloured fan to keep cool.
She also shared snaps showing her celebrating with pals, alongside a group shot which revealed her former Corrie co-star Rob Mallard, who played her on-screen husband Daniel, was there to celebrate.
The pair previously reunited for an Amsterdam holiday earlier this year.
After sharing the images Katie added the hashtags: “#29andnotfeelingfine #photooftheday #love #festivalfashion.”
Katie’s celebrations came shortly after she revealed her new work projects.
The star shocked fans by walking away from her role on Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks after just nine months.
But it seems that it won’t be long before the actress is back on our screens.
During an Instagram Q&A Katie was asked about future work projects.
She replied: “I have some potentially exciting projects coming up.
“Nothing set in stone as of yet but I’ll keep you updated.”
Katie joined Hollyoaks as Becky Quentin in July last year – just 18 months after Sinead was killed off in ITV’s Corrie.
But she confirmed her exit with an Instagram post in February.
She wrote: “Becky Quentin, over and out! @HollyoaksOfficial.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure playing Becky and getting my teeth into something so different and gritty!”
The star looked the part in cowboy boots and a sequin skirt
Katie is best known for her role as Sinead Tinker in Corrie
She quit her role as Hollyoaks’ Becky Quentin this year and has teased new career projects