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Sam Frost flaunts her incredible bikini body on a girls’ weekend in Sydney amid rumours she is returning to Home and Away after getting the Covid-19 vaccine’

Rumour has it she’s going to be returning to Home and Away soon.

And Sam Frost certainly seemed to be in a celebratory mood as she checked into a luxury suite at The Star Sydney on Saturday.

The actress, 32, enjoyed a girls’ weekend with her influencer pal Natalie Kelly.

Sam Frost showcased her flawless bikini body while on a girls’ weekend at The Star Sydney, as rumours swirl she could soon be returning to Home and Away

She documented their mini break on Instagram, sharing photos of the pair popping open champagne, posing by the spa and watching movies in bed.

Sam also posted a snap of herself modelling a skimpy red bikini in the bathroom, and even made time for a ‘sesh’ at The Star’s gym.

Her weekend away comes amid speculation she could soon be resuming her role as Jasmine Delaney on Home and Away.

The actress, 32, enjoyed a luxury mini break with influencer pal Natalie Kelly

She documented their break on Instagram, sharing photos of the pair popping open champagne, posing by the spa, watching movies in bed and hitting the hotel’s gym

Sam and Natalie stayed up late for a movie marathon in their five-star hotel suite

Fitness fanatic Sam made time for a ‘sesh’ at The Star’s gym

The former Bachelorette had abruptly quit the Channel Seven soap in December, then moved to Melbourne to be closer to her family.

However, she was pictured in Bondi Beach on Wednesday, leading to rumours she may be returning to Summer Bay.

She had hinted a day earlier she was missing her old job, posting a throwback blooper from the show on Instagram of herself tripping over during a beach scene.

Sam and Natalie were gifted a complimentary bottle of Moët upon check-in

Sam posted a photo of her view of the pool, and also shared a relaxed selfie

Sam enjoyed a healthy breakfast on Monday morning

‘Looking through my camera roll for H&A clips and found this gem… what an idiot,’ she wrote in the caption, before saying she was ‘legit the world’s clumsiest person!’

‘Geez I miss laughing with the crew, so much fun #homeandaway @homeandaway #bloopers @penny.mcnamee,’ she added.

Sam, who joined the cast of Home and Away in 2017, quit the soap in December, two months after revealing she hadn’t had the Covid vaccine.

But her co-star Lynne McGranger told Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa last month Sam was now fully vaccinated, meaning she could potentially return to the show.

Seven Productions has a policy requiring all cast and crew be vaccinated against Covid; however, sources said last year Sam’s exit was unrelated to the mandate.

It comes after Sam hinted last Tuesday she may return to Home and Away

She posted a throwback blooper from the show on Instagram and admitted in the caption she missed working on the series

‘There was some issues of course with getting vaccinated but I’m here to tell you she is double vaccinated, now possibly boosted as well,’ Lynne revealed.

She added: ‘She needed to be with her family and they’re down in Melbourne, but the door is definitely open for her to come back, and I’m sure as we speak she is in negotiations with producers.’

Sam filmed her last scenes for Home and Away in December at Sydney’s Eveleigh Studios. She then moved to Melbourne to be closer to her friends and family.

Sam, who joined the cast of Home and Away as nurse Jasmine Delaney in 2017, quit the soap in December, two months after revealing she hadn’t had the Covid vaccine

Sam sparked backlash in October when she revealed she hadn’t had the Covid jab, and also compared restrictions on the unvaccinated to ‘segregation’.

She said in a tearful Instagram video: ‘I was really hesitant about doing a video or even speaking up about this sort of thing, but I feel like it’s getting to a point now in the world where there’s a lot of segregation.

‘There’s a lot of harsh judgement and opinions being thrown around a lot and it’s taking its toll on my mental health for sure, and I know people around me are struggling – particularly if they’re on the side of they don’t want to get vaccinated, for whatever reason.

‘There are lots of different reasons why people are not getting vaccinated and it might be because of their medical history, their concerns, they might have family history, it could be religious reasons.’

Her co-star Lynne McGranger (right) told Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa last month Sam was now fully vaccinated, meaning she could potentially return to the show

Sam then said she hadn’t been vaccinated, but claimed she had spoken to her medical doctor as well as a psychologist about her decision.

She added tearfully: ‘It’s a really hard time to be in society right now and you feel like you are less of a human and you feel like people judge you.

‘And you’re too scared to talk about your opinion or your feelings and part of you wants to go, “Well it’s none of your damn business why I’m not! And there’s good reasons why I’m not and I don’t want you to judge me.”‘

After facing criticism for her video, Sam deactivated her main Instagram account and blocked all comments on the account for her mental health charity Believe.

Channel Seven later announced Sam’s exit from Home and Away in December.

While a vaccine mandate is in place for Home and Away cast and crew, a network source said her departure was not related to this policy.

Home and Away’s exterior scenes are filmed in Palm Beach, in the Northern Beaches region, and the indoor scenes are shot in the inner suburb of Eveleigh.

Seven Productions has a policy requiring all cast and crew to be vaccinated against Covid; however, sources said last year Sam’s exit was unrelated to the mandate