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Rose Ayling-Ellis looks chic in a checked dress and a gold scarf

Rose Ayling-Ellis shows off her chic sense of style in a black and white checked dress and a gold scarf after BBC Radio 2 appearance

Rose Ayling-Ellis was in good spirits as she left the BBC’s Wogan House in London on Thursday.

The actress, 28, showed off her chic sense of style having made an appearance on BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, wearing a black and white checked dress and a pair of edgy boots.

EastEnders star Rose was seen smiling as she exited the building, wrapping up warm in a black coat to match her dress while she wore a gold scarf. 

Star quality: Rose Ayling-Ellis, 28, showed off her chic sense of style in a check skirt and gold scarf as she left the BBC’s Wogan House in London on Thursday

Rose, who won Strictly Come Dancing last year, opted for minimal make-up for her outing.

During her radio appearance, deaf star Rose spoke about having her own hearing impaired Barbie in her home.

The actress, who has been deaf since birth, posed alongside the new diverse doll Rose, Barbie & Friends posed with the product when she launched it earlier this year.

All smiles: The actress was in good spirits after appearing on BBC Radio 2's The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show

All smiles: The actress was in good spirits after appearing on BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show

In style: EastEnders star Rose was seen smiling as she exited the building, wrapping up warm in a black coat to match her dress while she wore a gold scarf

In style: EastEnders star Rose was seen smiling as she exited the building, wrapping up warm in a black coat to match her dress while she wore a gold scarf

In style: EastEnders star Rose was seen smiling as she exited the building, wrapping up warm in a black coat to match her dress while she wore a gold scarf

When asked where she keeps it by Zoe on Thursday, Rose joked: ‘I’m keeping it on my shelf at the moment but I’m always a bit spooked by it. What if it moves?’  

Soap star Rose, who learnt British sign language (BSL) as a young child, explained how ‘thrilled’ she was by the Barbie doll campaign earlier this year.

She said: ‘It’s so important for children to be able to see themselves represented in the toys they play with.  

Natural beauty: Rose, who won Strictly Come Dancing last year, opted for minimal make-up for her outing

Natural beauty: Rose, who won Strictly Come Dancing last year, opted for minimal make-up for her outing

Speaking out: During her radio appearance, deaf star Rose spoke about having her own hearing impaired Barbie in her home, saying she was 'spooked' by the figure

Speaking out: During her radio appearance, deaf star Rose spoke about having her own hearing impaired Barbie in her home, saying she was ‘spooked’ by the figure

‘When I was little, I would draw hearing aids onto my Barbie dolls to make them look like me, so I am thrilled that Mattel is releasing more dolls that encourage kids to celebrate and embrace their differences!’

Barbie have been diversifying their line of dolls to celebrate a broader view of beauty enabling children to play with more dolls that represent themselves in the diverse world.

The brand have brought out other new dolls from Ken doll with vitiligo, new doll with a prosthetic limb and doll with a wheelchair.

Incredible: Rose scored an incredible achievement for the deaf community as she starred in the first ever hearing impaired Barbie doll campaign earlier this year

Incredible: Rose scored an incredible achievement for the deaf community as she starred in the first ever hearing impaired Barbie doll campaign earlier this year

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