Alex Scott left us all feeling extremely jealous on Sunday as she soaked up the sun in a chic triangle bikini during an unexpected trip away.
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Although it's not confirmed where the Football Focus star has gone for her relaxing retreat, her Instagram Story featured lush greenery, mountain ranges and a vast crystal clear lake - sign us up!
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The jet-setting star, who has been covering for Welsh presenter Alex Jones on The One Show, looked radiant as she sported two stylish braids, oversized sunglasses and a glamorous satin headscarf.
Rocking a simple black bikini that perfectly complemented her athletic figure, Alex shared a glimpse of her holiday read, Power Hour: How to Focus on Your Goals and Create a Life you Love by Adrienne Herbert. The star then shared a snap of her page, which read: "The power of mindset." Inspiring!
Alex escaped the chilly English weather to soak up the sun abroad
It wasn't all relaxation for the 36-year-old, who was also seen taking on an epic hike up a very steep mountainous path. "Still going… and still got more uphill to climb," penned Alex as she looked visibly exhausted on her trail.
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It's not the first time Alex has caused a stir in swimwear on social media. Just last month, the star stunned fans when she posed as a covergirl for Women's Health magazine, dominating the cover in a glamorous white bikini and thigh-high split gown.
Athletic Alex took part in hikes and reading during her break
Despite the stunning photoshoot, Alex has given a raw account of her experience with the trolling. "Being an athlete, you're used to criticism, and I could always take that as a footballer in terms of: 'I don't think you had a good game,'" she explains.
"But trolling – it's not related to what I can improve. I went from being on screen doing a job I love to thinking: 'I know what's going to happen as soon as I step off this chair.'"
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