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

The star amazed fans with her beautiful snap.

Former Home and Away star Sarah Roberts has stunned fans with her latest bikini snap taken at Coogee Beach in Sydney. The actress, 38, looked incredible as she soaked up the sun in a white CASIKA swimsuit.

Fresh from a swim, the natural beauty opted to go without makeup and swept her damp hair to one side. “Sweet Sunday @casikaswim,” she wrote in the caption.

Former Home and Away star Sarah Roberts at the Wog Boys Forever premiere
Former Home and Away star Sarah Roberts has shared a sultry snap. Photo: Getty

Her Home and Away co-stars were quick to show their love, with Sophie Dillman (Ziggy Astoni), Georgie Parker (Roo Stewart) and Patrick O’Connor (Dean Thompson) liking her post.

Former Home and Away star Laura Vazquez, who is currently the Head of Makeup for the soap, added that Sarah was ‘beautiful’ in the snap.


Fans also flooded the comment section with compliments for the ‘gorgeous’ actress.

“A lovely photo of a lovely lady,” one person gushed.

“Sarah you are damn gorgeous babe. Love you,” another added.

“Looking beautiful like always, so glad you are having the best Sunday,” a third chimed in.

Sarah Roberts in a white bikini
The raven-haired star showed off her natural beauty. Photo: Instagram/__sarahroberts__

Sarah spills on a possible return to Summer Bay

This comes after Sarah revealed she would love to reprise her role as Willow Harris on Home and Away. Her husband, James Stewart, currently still works on the soap playing Justin Morgan.

“I’d love to go back to Home and Away, I loved my time there,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle. “I became so close with everyone and they became like a family.

"Being on that show feels like a holiday too because you just get to hang out with all your favourite people at work every day.”

Sarah Roberts as Willow Harris on Home and Away
The star hopes to make a return to Home and Away one day. Photo: Seven

The Melbourne-born star has Sri Lankan heritage and found herself being put in a box before she landed the part of Willow Harris. Many auditions that came her way type-casted her as an ‘Indian doctor’, with the character’s personality revolving around her ethnicity.

However, she says that her role on the soap threw those stereotypes out the window.

“Something that I really loved about working on Home and Away was that I was a bad girl. And I was still Sri Lankan, but it wasn’t rammed down anyone’s throat,” she explained.


While her profession and personality didn’t ‘have anything to do’ with her ethnicity, she was still able to share her culture with Aussie fans.

“My father [on the show] sang a Sri Lankan lullaby to me when I was on my deathbed,” she remembers.

“It’s beautiful to integrate culture like that onto screens in Australia because you look around on Australian streets, and people come from all over the world, that’s what’s so beautiful about Australia.”

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