Ahead of her hiatus, Sam Frost has returned to the Home and Away set despite the controversy surrounding her unvaccinated status.
The former reality star is clearly unfazed by the chatter as she shared some behind the scenes takes from her day on set.
First, she posted a picture with her new co-star Luke Van Os,who also happens to be Chris and Liam Hemsworth's cousin, in a gorgeous coral mini dress on her Instagram story from the Summer Bay beach.
She captioned the joy-filled image, "I reeeeeeally caught the giggles on set this morning."
In another clip, Sam shared a video of herself in character as Jasmine sitting behind a computer, her back to the camera.
The Summer Bay star unwittingly let her guard down during a take because she thought she was out of the shot and captioned it: "… I didn't realise I was in shot, obviously."
Sam then shared a close-up photo of her hilarious attempt at a self-portrait to ensure her fans didn't miss a thing.
"Just busy doing nurse stuff," she joked in her caption.
Watch Sam Frost on the Home and Away set below.
Last week, Sam revealed what Channel Seven's mandatory Covid vaccination policy means for the fate of her character, Jasmine Delaney.
"I'm not leaving Home & Away," she wrote on her Instagram story.
"I've got a medical procedure booked in for January. So I won't be fully vaxxed until mid-late February."
The 32-year-old continued by announcing that after communicating with her bosses, they decided to "temporarily" write Jasmine off for a few weeks.
"I will be written off temporarily, Jazzy is going on an off-screen adventure for a few weeks… but I'll be back," she explained.
"My bosses are amazing, we've been in open communication for months. Very grateful we were able to make a plan that works for everyone."
Sam's fate had been a point of contention for fans of the show for weeks after she posted an emotional video admitting to not receiving the Covid vaccine.
After posting her confession, she made national headlines and explained she had "good reasons" not to get the job but chose to keep them private, then called for "empathy" for people who choose to remain unvaccinated.