Patsy Palmer kept it casual as she headed out in her car to run errands in Malibu on Thursday.
The DJ and actress, 50, cut a laidback figure in black trousers and a white vest top, which she styled with a pair of black clogs.
She shielded her eyes from the bright sunshine with a pair of orange sunglasses and accessorised with a gold bangle and silver rings.
Patsy, known for playing Bianca Jackson in EastEnders, swept her rouge tresses back into a loose high ponytail as she headed to her car.
She let her good looks shine through as she opted for a light dusting of natural make-up.
Her latest outing comes after Patsy modelled her striking beachwear next to an outdoor pool in pictures shared to Instagram earlier this month.
Patsy showed off her deeply tanned physique in a neon blue cut-out swimsuit in the sizzling snaps.
She added to her look with a wide-brimmed hat, while heavily tinted sunglasses shielded her eyes as temperatures soared across southern California.
Captioning the post, the former Grange Hill star wrote: ‘Saturday. See you in a while for dancing, enjoy your life.’
She was referring to her forthcoming night out, with Patsy making a subsequent appearance at the Chilli Cook Off in Malibu before travelling to Los Angeles, where she was scheduled to DJ at local venue Sunset at EDITION.
Patsy lives in Malibu with husband Richard Merkell and their three children, Fenton, 22, Emilia, 20, and Bertie, 10, after relocating to the United States in 2014.
She is also a parent to actor Charley Palmer Rothwell, 30 – her UK based son with former partner Alfie Rothwell.
The former actress was recently slammed by her fans hit by the cost of living crisis after she asked them to pay £17.99 a month on Instagram for ‘exclusive’ content.
In April, she took to her page to promote A Good Life, a page where she would be posting her life in Malibu, how she balances her time, deals with stress and more.
Pasty – an EastEnders icon thanks to her former role as Bianca Jackson – left her fans outraged, with one pointing out: ‘People are struggling to pay bills at the moment’.
The soap star shared the post – which has since been removed – with her 372,000 Instagram followers, along with a lengthy caption. A part of it read: ‘Would you subscribe to A GOOD LIFE. Being a woman is about owning my power within.’
Hitting back at the negative comments, Patsy said: ‘Without resource we cannot create better. Creators work extremely hard to deliver what there followers want from them.
‘Mostly creators operate from a different head space than other people which makes it very hard for them to monetize because they want to share expression with others.
‘There are limits on the energy people have that create, so having an exchange of energy.
‘Be it exchanging talents and gifts that each have to offer or using money to enjoy the creators talents, inspirations, art, music, TV, coaching, teaching etc is a far better way to receive the best they have to offer at any given time.’