Alesha Dixon flashes her abs in a bikini top and packs on the PDA with husband Azuka Ononye in throwback snaps from Sydney
She enjoyed a whirlwind trip in Sydney last month to star in Australia’s Got Talent before Covid put an end to the show.
Still, Alesha Dixon proved she’d made the most of her time Down Under when she shared a slew of throwback snaps on Thursday.
On Instagram, the 42-year-old singer paid tribute to her husband Azuka Ononye, 40, and their daughters Azura, seven, and Ananya, 20 months, calling them “A Team.”
Cute couple: Alesha Dixon flashed her abs in a bikini top and hugged her husband Azuka Ononye as she shared throwback snaps from Sydney on Thursday
In her first snap, Alesha looked fabulous in a black bikini top which she paired with lilac joggers as she cuddled up for snaps with Azuka.
A second shot saw the pair crouch for a sweet kiss as they posed in front of the iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
The couple’s daughters also posed for a photo in the background with Azura beaming as she leaned close to her little sister.
Pucker up: A second shot saw the pair fold for a sweet kiss as they posed in front of the iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House
Alesha had flown down under to star in Australia’s Got Talent, but was devastated when COVID ended the show last month.
“Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in Sydney, we have decided to postpone production of the new season of AGT to a date to be determined,” said a spokesperson for Seven Network.
“A studio audience is an essential part of this much-loved show, so we’ve made the responsible but tough decision not to go ahead for the time being.”
Family first: On Instagram, the 42-year-old singer paid tribute to her husband Azuka Ononye, 40, and their daughters Azura, seven, and Ananya, 20 months
AGT was supposed to start filming in Sydney, but filming was postponed due to the escalating Covid-19 situation and was then called off completely.
Alesha wasn’t the only star to fly abroad, with American actor Neil Patrick Harris arriving from New York.
To follow Australia’s strict Covid rules, the international judges had to spend two weeks in hotel quarantine after landing in Sydney – and had only been released a few days before the show was cancelled.
The show’s celebrity judges are all expected to be “paid in full” for their time.
Going home: She recently flew Down Under to star in Australia’s Got Talent, but was devastated when COVID stopped the show last month