Holly Willoughby takes a dive with her son in £155 swimsuit

The This Morning co-host is enjoying a family holiday in the Caribbean

Hanna Fillingham

Holly Willoughby looked beyond stylish as she prepared to take the plunge into a clear blue swimming pool on Tuesday. The This Morning co-host was pictured going for a dive with her son Chester in a new photo posted on her Instagram account – and her fans were desperate to know where her nautical swimsuit was from. Holly looked fabulous in a blue and white striped design, which we can reveal is from Beach Flamingo. The swimwear brand's Sold and Striped Blue Ice Stripe Anne Marie One Piece design is priced at £155, and features a low neckline and low back. What's more, Holly co-ordinated perfectly with her little boy, who stood next to his mum in the photo dressed in a pair of blue and white swimming trunks.

Holly Willoughby and Chester went for a dive 

Holly is notoriously private when it comes to sharing photos of her children, and her followers were quick to compliment her son's long hair, which was styled in a ponytail. "Your wee guy has long hair like my grandson! Love it!! Xxx," one user wrote, while another added: "Love his hair. My little boy is just a couple of weeks age different and his hair is super long. He looks like a mini Tarzan. Happy Hollydays."

Holly wore a £130 pink bikini from Beach Flamingo earlier in the week 

Holly's been enjoying some quality time with her young family during their break to the Caribbean. Along with husband Dan Baldwin and their children Harry, eight, Belle, six, and three-year-old Chester, Holly was also joined by good friend Dragon's Den entrepreneur Peter Jones, and his wife Tara.

The families welcomed in 2018 while out there, and Holly marked the end of the year with a smouldering bikini shot, which she posted on her Instagram account. The image showed the blonde beauty wearing another chic design by Beach Flamingo - this time a pink two-piece. Alongside the snap, she wrote: "Going out of 2017 in style.. bikini by @beach-flamingo".

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