Davina McCall looked incredible in swimwear as she posed for a sizzling shoot in Turkey recently.
The star, 54, displayed her taut abs, ample cleavage and honed legs as she frolicked on the beach and walked in the surf.
Davina caught the eye in a blue one-piece swimsuit before wowing in a nude one-shoulder bikini top and matching bottoms.
Wow: Davina McCall looked incredible in swimwear as she posed for a sizzling shoot in Turkey recently
Her tresses were styled sleek and straight and she sported a radiant palette of make-up.
Davina visited the TUI BLUE Grand Azur in Turkey to road test the new Wellness Menu and discussed how she likes to ‘find her happy’ on holiday with activities and relaxation.
The fitness guru did paddleboarding, yoga and a bespoke cookery class, saying: ‘When I go on holiday, I always like to try something new and challenging, as well as taking the time to unwind.
‘When it comes to my own wellness, I know that what works best for me might not work for everyone else, and it’s also something extremely personal that will change as you get older or your lifestyle changes.
Looking good: The star, 54, displayed her taut abs, ample cleavage and honed legs as she frolicked on the beach and walked in the surf
Glow: Davina caught the eye in a blue one-piece swimsuit before wowing in a nude one-shoulder bikini top and matching bottoms
‘Finding what works for your own wellbeing shouldn’t be dictated by the latest trends on social media or stereotypical wellness tropes – find what makes you happy, and trust what feels good for your own mind and body.”
This comes after the brunette beauty recently opened up about how her severe menopause symptoms left her feeling like she had a ‘brain tumour or Alzheimer’s‘ following a mistake on TV.
Speaking to Sophie Raworth on BBC One’s Sunday Morning, she said that her menopause ‘aged’ her and left her feeling ’embarrassed’ and ‘irrelevant’.
Davina, who recently penned a book on the matter, titled Menopausing, said the brain fog she experienced during peri-menopause led her to make a mistake in her job.
Leggy: The star looked incredible as she relaxed with some paddleboarding
Sights: Davina showed off her toned frame as she relaxed in the sun
Bubbles: The star made time for a relaxing bath during her break
She revealed that during a particularly vulnerable moment, she burst into tears, thinking she was suffering from ‘a brain tumour or Alzheimer’s or something’.
‘During peri-menopause, the hormones go up and down and up and down, so you think you’re going completely mad,’ Davina said.
‘I felt it aged me, I felt it would make me irrelevant, I felt embarrassed because I’d always felt at the top of my game’.
Pretty: Elsewhere on Tuesday, Davina put on a very chic display in a pinl boucle top as she arrived at the ITN studios in London
Summery: She paired the pretty top with some light wash cropped skinny jeans
‘I’d been in television at that point for 20 years, I really knew what I was doing, I was extremely proud of my kind of list-making and my logistical practicality and the fact that I could multitask,’ she said.
But Davina revealed her skills were hindered by menopause as she recalled making a mistake on TV.
‘Somebody asked me if I was okay because I messed up on a TV programme, and I said yes, and when she shut the door and went away, I just burst into tears,’ she told Sophie.
Honest: This comes after the brunette beauty recently opened up about how her severe menopause symptoms left her feeling like she had a ‘brain tumour or Alzheimer’s’
‘Because I thought “I’m not okay, I think I got a brain tumour, or I got Alzheimer’s or something, help me”,’ the presenter added.
Writing for the Mail on Sunday today, Davina spoke more of her symptoms as she discussed the ongoing shortage of HRT – Hormone Replacement Therapy – which women use to manage their menopause symptoms.
‘I started with symptoms around ten years ago after suffering brain fog and anxiety to the extent I thought I was losing my mind,’ she said.
‘In my mid-40s, I was considered by my doctor to be too young to be menopausal, so I took the decision to consult a gynaecologist,’ she added.
Struggle: Writing for the Mail on Sunday today, Davina spoke more of her symptoms as she discussed the ongoing shortage of HRT – which women use to manage their symptoms