She is in Spain for her hit TV show A Place In The Sun.
And Laura Hamilton made the most of the warm weather in between work as she sipped a tall glass of Sangria in an Instagram photo shared Wednesday.
The presenter, 39, showed off her incredible figure in a deep black and white swimsuit that emphasized her ample cleavage.
Sizzling: Laura Hamilton flaunted her sensational figure in a swimsuit as she sipped a tall glass of Sangria in an Instagram photo shared Wednesday
Laura smiled as she posed for the sunlit photo, resting one arm on a table while raising her glass with the other.
Her sexy one-piece had a deep plunging neckline in the front to show off her toned physique and stylish halter straps.
The blonde beauty sported her platinum locks and sporting chic sunglasses.
Several fans of the star praised her snap, with many saying she looked “amazing” and gushed about her sizzling figure.
Enjoy: The TV host, 39, has shared several sun-kissed swimwear photos since flying to Spain to film her show
TV host Sarah Cawood wrote: ‘Laura you have a BANGING BOD madame!!’
While another follower of Laura wrote: ‘Golden hour with the golden figure.’
Frequently treating fans to glimpses of her Spanish journey, Laura had previously stunned in a black bathing suit with a pink floral pattern across the bust.
For this photo, Laura added an oversized black sun hat that she held onto at the top to keep her face visible.
unbelievable! Several of Laura’s fans gushed about her phenomenal physique in the comments
Laura recently discussed how she plans to stay fit while working abroad, and says she always tries to be healthy whether she’s in Spain or the UK.
She said The sun: ‘I brought my skipping rope with me this week.
‘I like going to the hotel gym. I stand on my feet all day and enjoy the delicious Mediterranean food, lots of vegetables and olive oil.’
Last month, the TV host shared a photo while in the ER wearing a facemask as she seemingly waited to be seen by a medical professional.
She wrote about the image: ‘It would be @corinthialondon for an Afternoon Tea against breast cancer… instead I’m in the ER after a reaction to the second covid shot!’
Laura suffers from an immune deficiency disease, immune thrombocytopenic purpura, and after developing bloodstains from the vaccine, she was urged to go to the hospital. It is not clear which vaccine she received.
In a follow-up message, she thanked the NHS for their ‘great’ work and said she got everything clear after blood work.
She wrote: ‘Thank you for your good wishes! The NHS is truly AMAZING!
‘I got a few bloodstains after my second covid shot and just to be safe (because of my ITP) I was advised to go to the hospital. I’ve had blood tests and checkups and I’m completely free!’
Shock: Laura’s post comes after she revealed she had a reaction to her second COVID-19 vaccine last month
Tests: Laura suffers from immune deficiency disease, immune thrombocytopenic purpura, and after developing blood spots after the vaccine, she was urged to go to hospital
ITP is a blood disorder characterized by a decrease in the number of platelets in the blood and can also lead to easy or excessive bruising.
Laura first spoke about the condition last year after noticing changes in her body following the birth of daughter Tahlia in 2015.
At the time, Laura, who had also been on a ‘fairly strict diet’, discovered excessive bruising on her legs and was encouraged by her mother-in-law to see a doctor, who was later diagnosed with ITP.
All good: In a follow-up message, Laura thanked the NHS for their ‘amazing’ work and said she got everything clear after blood work (pictured last September)
In April, she discussed her fight against the rare autoimmune disease with The sun, and the presenter admitted she was “quite fortunate” and capable of “controlling” the condition.
Laura told the publication: “It’s something that’s kind of managed. I’m very lucky. It’s okay.’
The presenter also revealed that she was able to offer support to other people diagnosed with ITP after receiving her Covid vaccine.
Laura added: “I had quite a few people approach me and ask, ‘How were you after you got the injection? Did you have any bruises and stuff?’ Not really after I got the shot, but I did feel like I’d been punched in the arm for a week.’
Family: Laura first spoke about the condition last year after noticing changes in her body following the birth of daughter Tahlia in 2015 (pictured with daughter Tahlia in January)