Rebekah Vardy showed off her incredible figure in a skimpy pink bikini on her Instagram Stories on Friday.
The TV star, 40, looked incredible in the two-piece as she posed in front of a mirror while on a family holiday at a tropical destination.
However her sultry snap was seemingly interrupted by daughter Olivia, two, writing: ‘[She’s] Always photobombing my pictures’.
The bright beach look perfectly showcased Rebekah’s golden tan with the high-cut bikini bottoms accentuating her hourglass figure.
The WAG, who is also mum to Megan, 17, Taylor, 11, Sophie, seven and four-year-old Finlay, seemingly went make-up free for the snap and wore her long brunette tresses in a half-up half-down style.
On Thursday the reality star also shared a snap with footballer husband Jamie, 35, as they cuddled up to enjoy a sunset.
She posed the loved up image the same day as Channel 4 released the first images of highly-anticipated drama Vardy V Rooney: A Courtroom Drama.
The upcoming series recreates the legal battle between Rebekah and Coleen Rooney that came to be known as the ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial.
The images show actresses Chanel Creswell as Coleen and Natalia Tena as Rebekah sat in court while being cross-examined.
Chanel was dressed in a navy blouse and black suit for one scene as she sat alongside actor Dion Lloyd who plays Coleen’s husband Wayne Rooney.
Other images show a recreation of Rebekah walking into the courtroom dressed in a navy long-sleeved dress and large sunglasses.
Chanel is also seen doing some investigative work as Coleen, scanning posts on her phone while at home.
Along with Chanel and Natalia, the programme stars Michael Sheen as Coleen’s barrister David Sherborne, Rebekah’s barrister Hugh Tomlinson and Marci Nagyszokolyai as Rebekah’s husband Jamie Vardy.
Created from the real court transcripts, Vardy v Rooney: A Courtroom Drama, will give viewers a chance to relive the untelevised scenes from inside the courtroom with all the drama that kept the public and media gripped for weeks.
The programme, produced by Chalkboard, who made BBC’s historical murder series Murder, Mystery and My Family, will air later this year.
The former friends first publicly fell out in 2019 when Coleen accused Rebekah of leaking posts from her private Instagram account to The Sun.
Her rigorous sleuthing to find the culprit earned her the title Wagatha Christie in reference to mystery writer Agatha Christie.
Rebekah denied the claims and sued for libel, but lost in the High Court in July where her evidence was deemed ‘manifestly inconsistent’ and ‘not credible’.
In October, she was ordered to pay 90 per cent of Coleen’s legal bills with the first £800,000 needing to be paid within six weeks.
The former Dancing on Ice contestant also has to foot her own lawyers’ bills, meaning the enormous cost of her failed libel claim is around £4million.
Rebekah reportedly faces an estimated £1.5million legal bill towards her costs following their ‘Wagatha Christie’ High Court libel battle.
It followed a viral social media post where Rooney had revealed she had put false stories on her Instagram page. These fake tales then emerged in The Sun newspaper.
Because she had changed her settings so only one user could see it she felt confident to make the famous declaration ‘it’s….Rebekah Vardy’s account’.
Vardy was ordered to pay £800,000 of the costs bill by 4pm on November 15.