Lacey Turner looks ready for battle in first pictures of her in full army attire for new drama Our Girl | Mail Online Most people remember Lacey Turner as her EastEnders alter ego Stacey Slater the straight speaking market stall holder. But it seems the actress has well and truly left that look behind as the first pictures from her latest BBC drama Our Girl have been released, showing her in full army attire. The 24-year-old, who plays an East London girl who shocks her family by joining the army, looks a far cry from her normal self in the military uniform. These are juxtaposed against pictures of her character, Molly Dawes, before she joins the army, with long blonde hair, crying in the street. Speaking about Molly, who is a nail bar beautician before she decides to train as a combat medic ready to serve in Afghanistan, Lacey told the Metro: On the surface, shes similar to Stacey shes a council estate white girl and theyre both quite loud. In preparation for the drama, which is written by former EastEnders writer Tony Grounds, Lacey completed ten weeks of the usual 14-week induction course at an Army training base. Discussing marching alongside 200 real army cadets, she admitted: That was so scary. I felt if I put a foot wrong, it was their real rehearsal. 'As I walked on to the passing-out parade I was crying with fear because I felt like it was going to go like dominoes and it would all be my fault. But luckily I had a girl in front and behind and they were mouthing hints out of the corner of their mouth.' While some of the training may have scared her, she does seem proud about what she can now do. Lacey revealed: I can take a rifle apart just like that and put it back together, .....Im looking forward to the scence when shes got a ball in a sock and utters the words "Im Queen Bee Now !!"