A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton wows fans as she strips to bikini for hot-tub selfie

A PLACE In The Sun host Laura Hamilton plunged into a hot tub after revealing her evening workout.

The Channel 4 host, 39, wore a plunging monochrome swimsuit with a leopard-print and halterneck design as she soaked in the bubbles.

Laura pulled her blonde locks into an up-do to keep them free of the water as she beamed for a post-workout selfie.

The A Place In The Sun favourite explained in her caption: "I don’t usually go to the gym in the evening (as I prefer to get my workout done first thing) but I decided to go tonight @purleydavidlloyd @davidlloyduk.

"I ran 5k and spent a little bit of time in the indoor and outdoor spa."

She then added the hashtags: "gym #spa #davidlloyd #feelgood #fitness #workout #relax."


Laura isn't shy in strutting her stuff in swimwear after previously plugging a curvy beachwear brand.

She looked sensational in the outfits, which are especially made for women with D-K cup busts.

The TV favourite shared an upbeat video of herself walking alongside a water feature while in sunny Spain.

Using the patio as her catwalk, Laura strutted her stuff to Madonna's Vogue – seamlessly transitioning from outfit to outfit as she walked.

The blonde beauty modelled swimming costumes and bikinis in all different styles – including a stunning red two-piece with a plunging neckline, and bikinis with high-waisted bottoms.

Her toned abs are prominently on display in several of the pieces, and she's showing off her natural beauty with minimal make-up and her hair only loosely styled.

She captioned the video: "There is so much choice in the new @curvykate range AND they support such a great charity too @coppafeelpeople".

Laura also added a series of hashtags, including "body confidence" and "cellulite".


Yet being in the public eye hasn't all been a smooth ride for Laura, who recently opened up on her Instagram trolling hell.

The TV star's husband was forced to call an ambulance when she couldn't breathe after reading keyboard warriors' vile messages about her family's café, Lord Roberts On The Green.

Laura, who was suffering a panic attack at the time, has refused to be bullied off social media following the traumatic incident but has found a way to cope with negative comments.

"I try not to read too many of the comments (on Instagram), but I do like to respond to people if they’re like ‘where is your dress from?’," she told The Sun.

"Everyone likes to hear a nice compliment. If you’re out on the street and someone says ‘I like your dress’, of course it makes you feel good.

"Everyone wants to read nice things rather than negative things."

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