A Place In The Sun’s Laura Hamilton looks incredible as she flaunts her washboard abs in throwback snaps from Turkey getaway
Laura Hamilton looked incredible as she showed off her washboard abs in throwback snaps from her Turkey getaway.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the A Place In The Sun star, 39, wowed in a blue bikini which showcased her impressive six-pack while enjoying some fun in the sun with pal and fellow TV star Hayley Sparkes.
Laura’s bikini throwback comes shortly after she revealed she had suffered a reaction to her second COVID-19 vaccine earlier this month.
Looking good: Laura Hamilton looked incredible as she showed off her washboard abs in throwback snaps from her Turkey getaway
In the sunny holiday photo, Laura appears to be thoroughly enjoying herself as she throws her head back and laughs while posing with her pal.
The presenter teamed her skimpy two-piece with a plethora of gold necklaces and shielded her eyes from the sun with over-sized shades.
Laura also shared a selection of other photos from her time away with her pal, with another snap seeing the star showing off her toned midsection as she modelled a red patterned crop top and tiny denim hot pants.
The beauty put her arm on her friend’s shoulder, with Hayley also looking glam in a black floral dress.
Fabulous: Laura also showed off her jaw-dropping physique in a plethora of other snaps shared to her Instagram
Other photos see Laura taking a break from filming as she took in the sights of Turkey.
While she and Hayley clearly had the best time abroad as they wore face masks, enjoyed Turkish tea and relaxed in the pool together.
Captioning the snaps, the former Dancing On Ice contestant penned: ‘In my INSTA live yesterday evening there were a few questions about Turkey. I’ve never filmed A Place in the Sun in Turkey but I was lucky enough to film there a few years back with some very special people.
Sightseeing: Other photos see Laura taking a break from filming as she took in the sights of Turkey
‘We laughed, we cried, we got chased by boars on the beach. Memories and friends I will treasure forever.’
It comes after the TV personality suffered a traumatic week – which saw her given the all-clear after a check-up.
Taking to Instagram on earlier this month, the TV presenter shared a picture while in A&E with a face mask on as she seemingly waited to be seen by a medical professional.
She wrote over the image: ‘was supposed to be @corinthialondon for a Breast Cancer Afternoon Tea… instead I’m in A&E after a reaction to the second covid jab!’
Laura suffers from immune deficiency disease immune thrombocytopenic purpura, and after developing blood spots following the vaccine she was urged to go to hospital.
It is not clear which vaccine she received.
In a follow-up message, she thanked the NHS for their ‘amazing’ work and said that after having blood tests she was given the all clear.
She wrote: ‘Thank you for your kind well wishes! The NHS really are AMAZING!
‘I developed a few blood spots after my second covid jab and to be safe (beacuse of my ITP) I was advised to go to hospital. I’ve had blood tests and checks and been given the all clear!’
Shock: Laura’s bikini throwback comes shortly after she revealed she had suffered a reaction to her second COVID-19 vaccine earlier this month
Tests: Laura suffers from immune deficiency disease immune thrombocytopenic purpura, and after developing blood spots following the vaccine she was urged to go to hospital
ITP is a blood disorder characterised by a decrease in the number of platelets in the blood and also can lead to easy or excessive bruising.
Laura first spoke about the condition last year after she noticed changes in her body following the birth of daughter Tahlia in 2015.
At the time Laura, who had also been on ‘quite a strict diet’, discovered excessive bruising on her legs and was encouraged to see a doctor by her mother-in-law where she was later diagnosed with ITP.
All good: In a follow-up message, Laura thanked the NHS for their ‘amazing’ work and said that after having blood tests she was given the all clear (pictured in September last year)