Myleene Klass loves treating her fans to a swimwear snap, and yesterday was no different as she holidayed in an exotic location.

The former pop star uploaded a series of pictures to her Instagram page from her romantic getaway with boyfriend Simon Motson.

Flaunting her fabulous figure in a bright orange bikini, Myleene seemed keen to show off her toned tummy as she posed up a storm aboard a luxury yacht.

In another photo, Myleene sits with her hands on Simon’s legs as he cheekily pokes his tongue out to the camera.

After a morning of @mybodybymyleene workouts… major treat day…..Yacht a life.

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A third snap shows Myleene climbing back onto the boat after taking a dip in the ocean.

Wearing a pair of large dark sunglasses, Myleene beams for the camera as she rejoins her PR boyfriend.

Myleene captioned the post: “After a morning of @mybodybymyleene workouts… major treat day… Yacht a life.”

Of course, Myleene’s 250,000 followers inundated her with compliments.

“Super sexy Myleene looking absolutely stunning,” one person wrote, while another added: “The fitness regime is really showing! Looking absolutely amazing.”

The former Hear’Say singer turned her talents to fitness this year and released a twelve-week workout plan and fitness DVD called My Body by Myleene, and judging by these latest snaps, her efforts are clearly playing off.

@mybodybymyleene #mybodybymyleene 🌺

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Myleene – who is mum to daughters Ava, 10, and Hero, seven, with ex-husband Graham Quinn – recently revealed that she is “very mindful” of the language she uses in front of her girls when it comes to body and appearance.

“I’m very mindful of the language [I use] and I won’t allow scales in my house. I don’t want them to think their worth comes down to numbers,” she told Metro.

“It’s their brains, it’s the words they speak and the thoughts they think. They are a person, they are complete. The numbers on the scales are insignificant.

“But I do want them to be healthy and fit and jump around and not feel conscious in the clothes they choose to wear.”

Words by Leanne Carr.