Lisa Snowdon sizzled in her latest weekend clip as she soaked up the sun on the coast of Malibu with her boyfriend George Smart and her furry friend.
The 48-year-old showcased her killer curves on Monday as she gave her loyal legion of fans a glimpse into her sun-drenched weekend in the run up to Christmas.
While many homes will be putting up the last of their Christmas decorations in time for December, the former I'm A Celeb star was making the most of the California weather as she took a trip down to the beach.
Determined to get a good tan for the holidays the I’m a Celebrity star paired her black bikini with a pair of light wash denim shorts and some essential flipflops for the seaside trip.
The model also accessorised the look with a range of layered gold necklaces as well as a pair of circular sunglasses to protect her eyes from the sun.
She has spent the last few weeks soaking up the sun on her much-needed winter break with her loving partner and their beloved pets.
This Morning’s fashion expert shared her fruity breakfast with 368,000 followers on Instagram who couldn’t help but be envious of the top model’s luxurious lifestyle.
One user penned: “Living vicariously through your videos … bloody gorgeous Xx.”
Another chimed in with: “Wow so beautiful! I haven’t had a holiday since 2013 so this looks completely idyllic to my eyes!”
A third added: “Stunning ocean view for a stunning woman,” with a heart eyes emoji.
It comes after the brunette beauty shared her tips and tricks on how to “survive” in the show as Naughty Boy continues to threaten to leave the castle.
One of her best tips for fellow campers is to move past the creepie-crawlies with the help of meditation.
She confessed: “I read a lot of Deepak [Chopra’s] books and listened to his apps.
“He goes through the alphabet and says A is for abundance, B is for … So, I would sometimes have this little chant in my head.
“I’d try to remember all the things he said and zone in on that to keep my spirits lifted.
She added: “I’d go into meditation when there were spiders and rats, zone out and tell myself, ‘This isn’t going to kill me’.”
But it wasn’t always that easy to do as the model confessed she sometimes felt quite lonely in the jungle despite being surrounded with her fellow celebrities.
She admitted: “I felt quite lonely in there because it’s a long day. You miss contact with people you love.
“As great as the other campmates are, they’re not family or close friends. "
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