Countryfile beauty Helen Skelton, 35, put on a jaw-dropping display in a red bikini which gave viewers a glimpse of her sensational physique earlier this week. The presenter unveiled her desirable pins while carrying one of her sons over her shoulder on a beach. The blonde beauty smiled while showcasing her radiant complexion in the sun. Helen uploaded the picture in view of her 114,000 followers, with the caption: “Who needs weight sessions when you have kids to wrestle. #family #beachtime #holidays.”
Many of her followers flocked to her page to comment.
One user said: “Look at you! You look [fire emojis] hope you are having the best time.”
Admitting she was enjoying her break a little too much, Helen replied: “@jaderimmer I may not come back [Eyes with love hearts emojis].”
Another user commented: “Looks like a lovely hol and you look amazing.”
A third added: “You look like you are having a wonderful time.”
Helen also shared a picture of her flaunting her cleavage in plunging swimwear.
The presenter beamed for the camera while hiding behind sunglasses with one of her sons in the background.
She commented: “Beach baby… I am so much like my dad in most things apart from when it comes to the beach.
“He HATES sand, me, I LOVE it. Very grateful for this vacay time with my boys and my folks.
“It’s been a few years since Mum and I had an annual trip away but I am pretty keen on bringing back this tradition. #family #grandparents #babies #boys #beach #makingmemories.”
Helen has two sons Ernie, three, and one-year-old Louis with husband and rugby star Richie Myler.
The Countryfile presenter began fronting the show in 2014, a year after leaving Blue Peter after five years.
Back in August, Helen shared her thoughts on how Brexit could potentially effect the show.
She told Expess.co.uk: “I’m sure Brexit will have an affect on our farmers.
“I’m kind of well aware with what will change with subsidies which will have a long term effect.”
She continued: “But in terms of Countryfile as a programme, it wont have any effect on it.
“That’s made by the BBC. It’s changed massively in terms of its now made by the studios so it’s a different programme in that sense.”
Countryfile continues on BBC One at 7pm.