Rhian Sugden shows off flawless figure as she displays her jaw-dropping curves in a floral bikini
And Rihan Sugden was at it again as she slipped her jaw-dropping curves into a floral print tie bikini while enjoying a break on the Greek island of Crete on Wednesday.
Taking to Instagram, the glamour model, 36, wowed in a racy cleavage-baring number which highlighted her hourglass frame.
The khaki bikini featured yellow and orange flower prints on both the top and bottoms and a high-cut style.
Protecting from the sun, the bombshell covered her eyes with a pair of black sunglasses and posed in front of the idyllic Greek beach.
With the waves crashing behind her, Rhian flaunted her enviable frame and made the beach her very own holiday catwalk.
The star has been sharing plenty of updates with fans as she enjoys her Greek getaway, and earlier this week flaunted her jaw dropping figure as she posed in a selection of skimpy two-pieces.
Taking to Instagram, the glamour model showcased her ample assets in a plunging lace bra in gorgeous sun-soaked snap.
Rhian flaunted her toned stomach in a matching knickers and accessorised with dainty gold jewellery.
Beaming for the camera she wrote: 'Finally getting some much needed Vitamin D'.
The stunner later slipped into a skimpy green bikini as she showed off her luxurious hotel to her 473K followers.
Rhian showcased serious underboob in the tiny triangular top as she posed up a storm in front of her room with private pool.
She joked: 'I've had worse Monday mornings that's for sure'.
It comes after Rhian told how she developed an eating disorder due to the stress of IVF treatment and her mother's bowel cancer diagnosis.
She detailed how she was only able to manage half a banana and a square of chocolate a day because eating made her feel like she was 'choking'.
Rhian, who has undergone six unsuccessful rounds of IVF, said she dreamt of having 'four or five' little boys running around but would 'now feel lucky to have just one'.
The model and her actor husband Oliver Mellor have spent £75,000 trying to conceive, but remain one of the one in seven couples who have fertility struggles.