Melanie Sykes has marked the end of her 48th birthday celebrations on holiday by sharing more jaw-dropping bikini photos.
The presenter jetted off to Mallorca earlier this week and soon left her fans stunned when she showed off her incredible figure in several swimwear pictures.
Now Mel has been at it again and couldn’t resist posing for a cheeky snap in a swimming pool yesterday.
The TV star modelled a pretty floral two-piece as she laughed in the water and captioned the shot: “Steaming hot in #Mallorca 😁 #cooldown #poolside #holiday shot by @samhemsley”
Mel sported wet hair for the photo and showed off her toned tum.
The mum-of-two’s latest post quickly racked up likes and left her followers in awe.
“All I can say Mel is Wowwww ,u are gorgeous,” one commented, whilst another added: “You’ve got some crazy body! Wow”
And one agreed: “You look sensational Mel”
Mel didn’t stop there and decided to mark the last day of her trip with more snaps.
This morning the former Big Breakfast host hit the rocks as she posed in the sunshine in a pink bikini.
But it seems she couldn’t stop the giggles from taking over when she played model again on the beach.
“Sad it’s my last day believe it or not but impossible to keep a straight face with @samhemsley around. #photographer #iphoneshot #beachlife #bikini ❤ #friendship #mallorca,” Mel joked about her photographer pal alongside her newest shot.
It comes after Mel revealed on Tuesday that she was more than ready for her 48th year.
In fact she admitted she was “diving in” to it.
Mel is clearly looking and feeling great right now and recently opened up about the positive effect that fitness has had on her life as she’s been getting older.
“Fitness keeps me mentally happy, and it’s an investment into my old age,” she told Your Fitness in February. “Starting training in my 30s has definitely paid off in my 40s, and I’m hoping to keep myself fit and healthy with the right foods and exercise so that I have energy and am content into my later years.
“It affects every single element of my life. It makes me a better mother, it makes me more patient and I think it just makes you a better person if you’re healthy.”