See the TV star's body transformation

Helen Flanagan‘s weight has been up and down over the years.

In 2008, the actress – who found fame playing Rosie Webster on Coronation Street back in 2000 – is very slender.

At the National Television Awards in London on 29 October, she flaunts her waist in a dramatic floor-sweeper featuring gold embroidery under the bust.

She continues to show off her trim frame in 2009, wearing an array of short dresses and a pair of low-slung leather trousers.

Helen teams the tight-fitting skinnies with a revealing crop top that draws attention to her rock-hard abs.

2012 sees Helen really display her shape. She starts to wear tighter frocks and proves she isn’t afraid to strip down to a bikini.

When she first enters the I’m A Celebrity that November, Helen has womanly curves. A few weeks later, she’s looking much slimmer as she goes about life in Australia.

Helen appears to have regained a few pounds by March 2013.

In April 2014, Helen opens up about suffering from an eating disorder when she was a teenager.

‘I was a lot younger when I had those problems,’ she says. ‘Now I’m older I know I would never go back into that mentality.’

In a bid to shape up, Helen and her sister decide to embark on a healthy new lifestyle.

‘Jessica and I have both lost weight healthily and we still have treats,’ continues Helen.
 
‘Hangover days are particularly bad, and there are days when I just want to curl up and eat chocolate.

‘I don’t want to lose lots of weight, for me, it’s more about being toned.’

Helen prepares to naturally gain weight after it’s announced that she’s expecting her first child that December.

Keep reading to see how Helen’s weight has changed over the years…