Before making her debut on the daytime chat show The Talk, Amanda Kloots was best known to many people as an enthusiastic fitness instructor.
And while she dedicates a lot of her working time on the CBS show, the mother of one still keeps up with her vigorous workouts, as can be seen in her latest Instagram post shot while on holiday on the Cayman Islands.
On Wednesday, the Ohio native shared a photo of herself laying face down while relaxing on the beach, just feet from the incoming waves.
Dressed in a revealing pink bikini, Kloots declared that she’s ‘never leaving’ in her caption, along with sun and ocean wave emojis.
The television personality has been vacationing in the tropical paradise that is Grand Cayman, the largest of the Cayman Islands, which is a British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean.
Rock solid: Amanda Kloots, 41, put her fab figure in display in a new Instagram post showing her laying on the beach in a pink bikini in the Cayman Islands in the Bahamas
With the gorgeous ocean water crawled toward her feet, the picture caught her with her face to one side in her two-piece swimsuit.
She had her arms outstretched a few feet on the beach while her long blonde locks flowed down onto the sand with a center part.
The former member of the famed dance troupe The Rockettes could also be seen in a silhouette shot walking towards the water, as the sun was going down.
In the photo, she was still wearing the pink bikini, but her hair was now soaking wet from a round or two of swimming in the gorgeous blue water.
Another snap showed the proud mother after changing into a black bikini as she hugged her son Elvis, who turns four in a matter of days.
In the image, the mother–son duo proudly showed off her sand castles, which appear to be on the verge of getting flooded by incoming waves.
On Thursday, Kloots shared a selfie of herself looking stylish in a blue-and-white patterned dress.
She could be seen striking a pose in front of a bathroom mirror, which likely was taken during her holiday in the sun.
The former Dancing with the Stars contestant also struck a pose in the dress by Charina Sarte alongside her sister, who snuggled up next to her in a white spaghetti-strap top.
‘So proud of my sister! @annakloots,’ Amanda wrote across the bottom of the photo.
Another clip featured Kloots arriving at the Sea Fire Resort bar in Grand Cayman, where both ladies signed copies of their books during an event.
Anna Kloots just released My Own Magic: A Reappearing Act last month, and is apparently out promoting its release
As for Amanda, she dropped her very first children’s book, Tell Me Your Dreams, with illustrations by Alex Willmore, in April.
Kloots was inspired to do a children”s book by the bedtime stories she created for her son son.
Gorgeous: The former member of the famed dance troupe The Rockettes could also be seen in a silhouette shot walking towards the water, as the sun was going down
Sand castles experts: Another snap showed the proud mother after changing into a black bikini as she hugged her son Elvis, who turns four in a matter of days
Stylish: On Thursday, Kloots shared a selfie of herself looking stylish in a blue-and-white patterned dress
Sisterly love: Amanda expressed how ‘proud’ she was of her sister Anna following the release of her new book My Own Magic: A Reappearing Act
Book event: Anna Kloots got to sign copes of her new book My Own Magic: A Reappearing Act
Book event: Amanda Kloots also signed copies of her first children’s book, Tell Me Your Dreams, which was released in April
‘Each night I start by asking him, “Do you want me to tell you your dream?” for which he would always have a resounding, “Yes.”‘
From there, she went off into ‘a world of imagination describing a fantastical dream.’ She says Elvis’s dream ‘always involves Dada [Elvis’s dad] so that he has a special time with him doing very unique things.’
The two sisters previously co-authored Live Your Life: My Story Of Loving And Losing Nick Cordero (2021), in which Amanda reflected on the tragic death of her late husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, who died after a long public bout with COVID-19 in July 2020.
The memoir ended up reaching New York Times Bestselling status a couple of years ago.