Myleene Klass and her family are enjoying a well-deserved Christmas break in the Maldives and the mother-of-four has been keeping fans up to date with their island antics.
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Over the last week, the 43-year-old has been sharing family pictures alongside some envy-inducing snaps of herself in gorgeous swimwear – and Tuesday's Instagram post was no different.
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The Heart radio star posed up a storm in a golden bikini, which she simply accessorised with three gold necklaces.
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"Going for gold," she cheekily captioned the snap, which showed off her stunning figure. Fans loved the picture and while many simply commented fire emojis, others called her "gorgeous" and a "goddess".
Myleene looked gorgeous in a gold two-piece
"Wow, gorgeous photo," wrote a follower, whilst a second added: "WOW Myleene, you have a fantastic body and fantastic legs. You're so fantastically beautiful."
Despite spending Christmas in a hot destination, Myleene and her fiancé Simon Motson didn't miss out on a traditional Christmas Day. The duo, alongside their children, celebrated the day before jetting off on holiday.
The presenter has been sharing envy-inducing bikini snaps on Instagram
"As many of you gear up for xmas, we've already had ours! We are a blended family of 7 and every other year, we have 'Fakemas' so that all the kids can celebrate together," the star explained alongside a video montage of their fun day.
"It's not what I ever imagined or experienced myself, so I never initially knew how to make it work, but it somehow just does! Sim and I work really hard at making everyone in our blended family feel a part of something special whether they live with us every day or split households and if that means moving the day, that's what we do."
The family celebrated a more traditional Christmas day ahead of their holiday
She continued: "All our children unanimously agree it's not about the date but rather just being together." She ended her post by wishing other "blended families" a Merry Christmas.
"Merry Fakemas blended families, Step Mums, Dads and siblings, half brothers and sisters, adopted, fostered and 'others'. We see you," she wrote before adding: "PS. Hero finally got her Drag Queen shoes! Nice one Santa."