She has played Leah Patterson-Baker on Home and Away for the past 20 years.
And Ada Nicodemou showed off her age-defying image on Saturday as she filmed a secret project.
The 44-year-old actress shared a gallery of photos to Instagram of herself posing as she prepares to ‘shoot something special’.
Youthful: Home and Away Ada Nicodemou, 44, shows off her age-defying look while filming a secret project
Ada curled her brown hair and made up her entire face including blush and eyeliner.
The actress also shared a selfie with Home and Away hair and makeup head Laura Vazquez as they sat in their car before heading to their destination.
‘Turn off to shoot something special tonight. Thanks for the charm and love chats this afternoon @lauravazquezbeauty,’ she wrote.
Beauty: The actress also shared a selfie with Home and Away hair and makeup head Laura Vazquez as they sat in their car before heading to their destination
Speaking to Body and Soul magazine last year, Ada said sticking to the schedule was key to maintaining her youthful figure.
“Once I get my weekly schedule from work, the first thing I do is map out a time to exercise,” she says.
‘I’m going to write this in my diary and basically set a date with myself. I make sure my assignments come first – that means I get priority too. ‘
‘My workouts are a time for myself, so they’re very important to me and always have been,’ she added.
Fit! Speaking to New Idea recently, Ada said she eats protein-rich foods and does intense workouts to stay fit and toned.
Ada also recently told New Idea that she eats protein-rich foods and does intense workouts to stay fit and toned.
“I like my curves, I feel like a woman and I feel more confident – which I think is also really good as a parent… I like having curves. “, she told the magazine.
In terms of surgery, she has previously denied having dermal fillers, but has admitted to occasional Botox injections and breast implants.
Honest: In terms of surgery, the star has previously denied having dermal fillers injections, but has admitted to occasional use of Botox and breast implants
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk