A Place in the Sun host Laura Hamilton stunned as she modelled ‘curvy’ swimwear in a summery video on Instagram.
The 39-year-old host set pulses racing as she flaunted her enviable figure in pieces from Curvy Kate’s latest collection, and posed in her garden in Spain.
In the cheeky video, Laura rocked a blue swimsuit, a matching blue bikini with high-waisted bottoms, followed by a showstopping low-cut red one-piece.
The video features the Channel 4 presenter magically swapping between swimwear and she paraded around a water feature in the backyard of her family home in the Costa Del Sol.
The travel and property expert danced along to Vogue by Madonna as she posed in a floral bandeau bikini, before gleefully throwing the swimwear in the air.
“There is so much choice in the new @curvykate range AND they support such a great charity too @coppafeelpeople,” she captioned the video, alongside the hashtags #bodyconfidence and # cellulite.
Breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel collaborated with Curvy Kate to create a bra that encourages women to check their boobs regularly, and the brand also includes a reminder to get checked in all their labels.
Curvy Kate specialises in D to K cup lingerie and swimwear for “curvy girls”, and the gorgeous Channel 4 presenter has had a longtime partnership with the brand, previously showcasing pieces from their new collections on social media.
Laura is living in in San Pedro de Alcántara with her husband Alex Goward and their two children, Rocco, seven, and six-year-old Tahlia.
The presenter, who is a champion of body positivity, recently shared how she’s been staying in shape while working abroad, as she films the latest series of the hit show, A Place in the Sun.
“I’ve brought my skipping rope with me this week. I do like to try and go to hotel gyms. I’m on my feet all day, and I really enjoy the great Mediterranean food, loads of vegetables and olive oil,” Laura told The Sun.
She revealed that she tries to stay fit and stick to a healthy diet wherever she is, and prioritises her wellbeing after being diagnosed with immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP).
Laura first noticed changes in her body after she gave birth to daughter Tahlia in 2015, and when she discovered excessive bruises on her legs, the TV star was told by her mother-in-law to get checked out immediately.
The autoimmune condition causes the number of platelets in your blood to be reduced, and can cause purple bruises and severe fatigue, as well as a rash – called petechiae – and even blood in the urine.
Back in April, she revealed her luck at being diagnosed with the disorder, and said that she’s got the right medical treatment to keep her on track and manage the condition.
“It’s something that’s kind of managed. I’m quite fortunate. It’s okay,” she shared.