Laura Hamilton dazzled in her latest Instagram post as she showed off her stunning physique on Saturday.
The TV presenter, 41, looked nothing short of sensational as she slipped into a sultry print swimsuit and flashed her sideboob.
The sexy bodycon swimsuit featured a cut-out detail as it showed off her very ample cleavage.
The A Place In The Sun host looked incredble as she struck a pose for a slew of racy snaps.
The bombshell teamed the perfect beach look with a chic maxi straw hat to protect her from the sun, and wore dainty gold pendant earrings.
Wao! Laura Hamilton dazzled in her latest Instagram post as she showed off her stunning physique on Saturday
Racy: The TV presenter, 41, looked nothing short of sensational as she slipped into a sultry print swimsuit and flashed her sideboob
The TV host sported a bold red lipstick and a flawless make up palette with a touch of rosy blush.
Laura wore her wavy blonde locks in a low bun and left two locks down to frame her stunning looks.
The stunner appeared to be having the time of her life as she has been enjoying some time off during her sun-soaking holiday.
Laura looked glowing as she posed up a storm for the Instagram snaps – and shared another stunning pic of herself by a swimming pool with a breathtaking view.
In the photo, she donned a two-piece print bikini featuring a one-shoulder bandeau top – as she rocked mirror-lenses shades and her maxi straw hat.
The star looked gorgeous in another snap as she donned a stylish orange mini dress.
Laura dazzled in the dress as she showcased her toned legs – and towered herself with a pair of espadrille wedges, while posing in front of a stunning view of a lake.
It comes after the TV personality revealed that her son Rocco, nine, has suffered a painful injury.
Sizzling: Laura looked glowing as she posed up a storm for the Instagram snaps – and shared another stunning pic of her on the edge of a swimming pool with a breathtaking view
Stunning: The A Place In The Sun host looked gorgeous in another snap as she donned a stylish orange mini dress
The presenter gives regular updates about family life to her 178k Instagram followers and earlier in March she revealed it had been a tough morning.
The TV host shared a snap of her son’s hand x-ray as she explained that her eldest child had suffered a painful fracture – but didn’t say how it had happened.
‘This morning’s antics… Poor Rocco has a buckle fracture to his wrist!’ she wrote.
She added that her ‘sports-obsessed little boy’ had received ‘the worst news’ as he was told by doctors not to take part in contact sport for six weeks.
Laura has two children with her ex-husband Alex Goward – nine-year-old Rocco and six-year-old Tahlia.
The TV star announced her shock split from husband Alex Goward in May of last year.
Announcing her split from Alex at the time: ‘This isn’t something I ever thought I’d be saying but, after 13 years of being together Alex and I have separated.
‘Our children are and always will be our number one priority and we would respect privacy for our family at this time.’
The former couple also owned a coffee shop in Purley called Lord Roberts on The Green but three months after the break-up, it changed ownership to Ghazala Akhtar.
Family life: It comes after the TV personality has revealed that her son Rocco, nine, has suffered a painful injury in March (pictured with her two children Rocco and Tahlia, six)
Ouch: The TV host shared a snap of her son’s hand x-ray as she explained that her eldest child had suffered a painful fracture
Mum: The A Place In The Sun presenter gives regular updates about family life to her 178k Instagram followers and on Thursday she revealed it had been a tough morning
Family: Laura shares Rocco and Tahlia with her ex-husband Alex, (pictured), but they have remained on good terms following their split
Shortly after the split was confirmed, Laura revealed she had moved into a new property in Surrey, close by to their marital home, revealing she was in the midst of a big renovation.
Laura admitted the house was ‘overwhelming’ and putting pressure on her finances as she had been unable to live in the new home for the past nine months.
She told the Metro in January: ‘I’m short on time. Money short. But it is what it is, and it’s my home, and I’m trying to create something special for myself and my children.
‘I think one of the most poignant moments for me was when my little boy came back into the house and he saw that I’d painted the staircase and had a carpet put on.’
Laura continued: ‘He just looked at me and he just gave me a big hug. Because he’d seen it [when there was] no staircase and [he] had to climb up step ladders.’