Sunburnt Simon Cowell, 61, displays the effects of a MONTH on holiday in Barbados as he enjoys a day on his yacht with swimsuit-clad girlfriend Lauren Silverman, 43, and son Eric, 6
Simon Cowell appeared to be enjoying the luxuries of his month-long break in Barbados as he displayed a noticeable sunburn while boarding a yacht with girlfriend Lauren Silverman and son Eric on Wednesday.
The mogul, 61, opted to go shirtless to enjoy a ride on his jetski as he continued his sunny getaway after breaking his back in a motorbike accident in August.
Meanwhile Lauren, 43, displayed her svelte physique in a form-fitting brown swimsuit as she enjoyed a dip in the ocean with their son as they entered their fourth week on the island in paradise.
Too much sun? Simon Cowell appeared to be enjoying the luxuries of his month-long break in Barbados as he displayed a noticeable sunburn while boarding a yacht with girlfriend Lauren Silverman and son Eric on Wednesday
Simon opted for eye-catching green swimming shorts as he relaxed on his yacht before boarding a jetski for a ride across the ocean.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge opted for matching reflective sunglasses as he sped over the water, clearly recovering well from his recent back injury.
Meanwhile Lauren opted for a classic form-fitting brown swimsuit with a belt around the waist as she plunged into the water for a swim.
Time for a dip! Meanwhile Lauren opted for a classic form-fitting brown swimsuit with a belt around the waist as she plunged into the water for a swim
Sensational: She opted for the form-fitting one-piece as she relaxed on the luxurious liner with Simon, who was clerly feeling the effects of wall-to-wall sunshine with a hint of sunburn
Getting better: The holiday no doubt comes as a welcome break for Simon, who was taken to hospital in August to undergo six hours of surgery after breaking his back
Still moving! Simon showed his love of a jetski by speeding across the waves during his afternoon in the sunshine
The mother-of-two pulled her brunette tresses into a sleek bun as she helped Eric with his snorkel to enjoy a swim in the sea.
Simon has shed a whopping 4st after adopting a strict vegan diet and overhauling his exercise regime.
The holiday no doubt comes as a welcome break for Simon, who was taken to hospital in August to undergo six hours of surgery after breaking his back.
The media personality had to cancel all his planned TV work for the rest of the year, including ITV programme Britain’s Got Talent.
Doting: Simon was every inch the doting dad as he watched his son Eric jump into the ocean for a spot of snorkelling
Musician Sinitta, 52, who once dated the Britain’s Got Talent judge, previously disclosed that he is now walking a gruelling five miles a day amid his continued recovery.
The singer told The Sun: ‘Simon has worked hard at his recovery and told me he’s walking 10,000 steps a day that’s around five miles – way more than he was before the accident. He’s got one of those watches that measures every step.’
Sources recently claimed the TV star was considering legal action against the manufacturers of his electric bike following his injury.
Simon and his team are said to be ‘weighing up’ legal options and have been ‘pressing’ the manufacturers, Swindon Powertrain.
But a whistleblower from the manufacturers reportedly claimed the £20,000 electric bike an ‘accident waiting to happen’ due to Simon’s lack of training.
They told the publication: ‘It should never have been sold to Simon without him being taught how to use it.’
The former employee claimed the Swind EB-01 bike, which can reach up to 60mph and is banned on public roads in the UK, should not be used without specialist training.
The source continued: ‘I said to my boss, “Are you showing Simon how to use this?” He said he was just dropping it off and I said, “Are you serious?”‘
A spokesperson for Simon told MailOnline: ‘Simon is understandably extremely concerned for other peoples’ safety in relation to this bike.
‘We have been pressing the manufacturers about this and will continue to press them, including in relation to the claims of the former member of staff.’