Davina McCall is no stranger to showing off her fantastic figure, and today was no different as she treated her fans to another bikini selfie.
Sharing the snap to her 946,000 followers, the 51-year-old looked incredible as she prepared to celebrate Christmas in Australia.
In the pic, Davina flaunts her abs and washboard stomach in a black and white striped two-piece as she grins for the camera.
Sporting wet hair and a make-up free face, the mother-of-three looks happy and content as she enjoys a sunny festive period Down Under.
She captioned the post: “You lucky people … it’s dvd time ( Boxing Day #powerboxandtone ) which can only mean one thing. Gratuitous pictures of me in a bikini … Dont care what you think 😂😂👍🏻
“I feel good in my skin. And leading a healthy life is a huge part of why I feel body positive. I don’t judge anyone for the life they choose or the shape they are . Life is too frickin short … if you hate all of this stuff then seriously unfollow me.”
She continued: “But if you are shy Lycra wearer or a new mum or just really struggle getting out of the house or just need to crack out 10 mins quickly before work ( I did morning gratitude this am and then abs and arms….) then download the dvd. I do it all the time … short workouts .. or 1 long one if u fancy a challenge.
“Hugs this Christmas 🎄 you are lovely 😊 and you @sarahblendfit are particularly lovely … thank you for being part of my life,” she added.
Just three days ago, the TV presenter shared a video of herself about to film the new fitness DVD, Power Box & Tone Filming, which is out today.
It comes after the former Big Brother host revealed she is ready to start dating again after splitting from her husband of 17 years Matthew Robinson.
Speaking on The Naked Professors podcast series with TV host Matt Johnson and life coach Ben Bidwell, she explained: “What I want is, I want men – and this is for my daughters and for my son and this is for me – to stand next to me as a partner. So everything is a partnership.”
She added: “It’s not like ‘I’m going to be at work all day and I’m going to cook dinner for you.
“We are in a massive time of change. It’s like, ‘this is how you can be a man, and find your way as a man and stand next to a woman and support her and she will support you’.”