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Kimberly Hart-Simpson has shown off her incredible figure in a skintight tracksuit as she worked out in a local park.
The 33 year old looked sensational in an all grey ensemble as she worked up a sweat at the public space in Manchester, near Coronation Street's studios.
She joined the hit ITV soap as escort Nicky Wheatley earlier this year and has since become a firm fixture on the show.
Her blonde hair was scraped back away from her face in a high ponytail as she performed her exercises around the square, using the black benches as her props.
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Deciding not to go fresh faced for her work out, Kimberly looked as glamorous as ever, sporting a full face of make up for the outing.
After her fitness routine, Kimberly presented a massaging device from her black bag and starting relieving her muscles from the pressure of the exercise.
Just last week, the soap star opened up on how vicious trolls told her she needed to "lose a stone" after joining the soap.
She emotionally told her 12,300 Instagram followers: "The comments about me were that I 'look like a h**', 'I need a stylist', it looks like I'm 'wearing a parachute', that I'm 'disgusting', that I'm 'ugly.'
"I was standing next to my co-star Sean Ward and the comments about him were 'he's gorgeous'. He is gorgeous by the way, fact, but it's interesting how we talk about two different genders."
Kimberly continued: "I did a photoshoot in gym gear and it goes online and the comments are 'you're fat', 'you're ugly', 'you need to lose a stone', 'thunder thighs', 'cellulite', 'mum bod', 'gym gear? more like Jim's burger van'.
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"The list goes on. I know this doesn't solely belong to me. A lot of people are getting trolled. We are normalised to it, but this isn't normal."
The stunning star then insisted she wouldn't allow the negative comments made by others drag her down as she attempted to hold back tears.
She continued: "You're not going to affect my self-confidence, but I am somebody's daughter. My mum had to read those comments, and that's horrible for them.
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"The world is really difficult right now and we're all just trying to get by. In particular I'm in a job where it's currently classed as 'non-viable'."
Kimberly ended her speech by giving out some advice for those who may be suffering from trolling as well. She said:
"So if you see something today online that you don't like, swipe on by. It really is that simple. Anyway I think I've said my piece. I'm going to go now and probably get a burger from Jim's van."
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