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Ulrika Jonsson, 53, poses in tiny yellow bikini on vacation in Greece with daughter Bo

She’s been enjoying a sun-soaked getaway in Greece with her daughter Bo, 21.

And on Sunday, Ulrika Jonsson drew attention to her age-defying figure as she posed for a series of sizzling snaps shared to her Instagram Stories, in a tiny yellow bikini. 

The Swedish-British TV presenter, 53, showed off her cleavage, washboard stomach and trim pins in the skimpy swimwear as she captured the selfies in her bathroom.  

Age-defying: Ulrika Jonsson (pictured), 53, showed off her sensational figure in a skimpy yellow bikini in photos shared to her Instagram Stories on Sunday, as she enjoys a sun-soaked getaway in Greece with lookalike daughter Bo

Ulrika accessorised her bikini with a layering of delicate gold necklaces, and swept her blonde locks back into an effortless ponytail.

Hinting at the yellow bikini being her favourite, the former Gladiators presenter captioned one snap: ‘Bring 3 bikinis. Wear one.’

In a later snap, Ulrika captured her toned back and derrière, joking about her changing looks as she gets older in the caption.

Holiday attire: In a series of selfies, the Swedish-British TV presenter drew attention to her toned frame as she posed from a variety of angles inside her bathroom

Holiday attire: In a series of selfies, the Swedish-British TV presenter drew attention to her toned frame as she posed from a variety of angles inside her bathroom

Lighthearted: Another sizzling snap saw Ulrika drawing attention to her platinum locks and ample cleavage. She joked in the caption how she is keen for a haircut back in London

Lighthearted: Another sizzling snap saw Ulrika drawing attention to her platinum locks and ample cleavage. She joked in the caption how she is keen for a haircut back in London

‘Rear of the Year once upon a time. Now mainly, rear,’ she wrote.

Other snaps saw Ulrika drawing attention to her platinum locks and ample cleavage, and dining with her lookalike daughter Bo.

The posts come just days after Ulrika revealed her youngest son Malcolm, 13, finally settled status in the UK and can remain for an ‘indefinite period’. 

Mother and daughter: The blonde beauty joked in the caption of another snap that she 'can't get away' from her daughter Bo (pictured), 21, as they dined at a restaurant

Mother and daughter: The blonde beauty joked in the caption of another snap that she ‘can’t get away’ from her daughter Bo (pictured), 21, as they dined at a restaurant 

Malcolm recently returned from America where his advertising executive father Brian Monet is from.   

Ulrika said the thought of him being ‘adopted abroad’ would have been ‘messy’ so she is grateful to have him back home.  

The media personality took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a snap of Malcolm posing with a lightsaber.

Relieved: Just days prior on Wednesday, Ulrika revealed her youngest son Malcolm (pictured), 13, has finally settled status in the UK and can remain for an 'indefinite period'

Relieved: Just days prior on Wednesday, Ulrika revealed her youngest son Malcolm (pictured), 13, has finally settled status in the UK and can remain for an ‘indefinite period’

Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Tonight I had a 27min instruction on lightsabers from the youngest Ungrateful.

‘He has just returned from the States where he custom made one. Himself.

‘This is important because today I was told by the @ukhomeoffice that this half-yank, half-Viking boy has been given leave to stay in this country for an indefinite period. He finally has Settled Status.

Ex: Malcolm recently returned from America where his advertising executive father Brian Monet is from. Ulrika pictured with Brian in 2013

Ex: Malcolm recently returned from America where his advertising executive father Brian Monet is from. Ulrika pictured with Brian in 2013

Ulrika wrote: 'Thank you, UK for letting me keep him by my side. And if anyone is interested in lightsabers, you know where to find the bugger'

Ulrika wrote: ‘Thank you, UK for letting me keep him by my side. And if anyone is interested in lightsabers, you know where to find the bugger’

‘Which is a huge relief because the thought of having him adopted abroad was gonna be messy.

What is settled status?

Settled status grants EU nationals the right to live, work, and remain in the UK indefinitely, free of immigration control after Brexit.

People who have settled status can use the NHS for free, access public funds and travel in and out of the UK.

Those with settled status are also able to apply for British citizenship if eligible. 

Ulrika desscribed her son as ‘half-yank, half-Viking’, referring to the fact she is originally from Sweden. 

Children must have their own application and are eligible if they are from the EU or their parents are. 

The deadline for most people to apply to the Settlement Scheme was 30 June 2021.   

‘So thank you, UK for letting me keep him by my side. And if anyone is interested in lightsabers, you know where to find the bugger.’

Settled status grants EU nationals the right to live, work, and remain indefinitely, free of immigration control after Brexit.

People who have settled status can use the NHS for free, access public funds and travel in and out of the UK.

Those with settled status are also able to apply for British citizenship if eligible. 

Ulrika described her son as ‘half-yank, half-Viking’, referring to the fact she is originally from Sweden. 

Children must have their own application and are eligible if they are from the EU or their parents are. 

The deadline for most people to apply to the Settlement Scheme was 30 June 2021.

MailOnline has contacted Ulrika for comment.    

Ulrika was married to ex-husband Brian for eleven years before the couple parted ways in 2019. 

She is also mother to son Cameron, 26, with John Turnbull, daughter Bo with ex Markus Kempen and daughter Martha, 17, with Lance Gerrard-Wright.   

Grateful: Ulrika said the thought of him being 'adopted abroad' would have been 'messy' so she is grateful to have him back home

Grateful: Ulrika said the thought of him being ‘adopted abroad’ would have been ‘messy’ so she is grateful to have him back home

Happy family: Ulrika is pictured with her children Cameron (back), 26, Bo (far right), Martha, 17, (far left) and Malcolm (front)

Happy family: Ulrika is pictured with her children Cameron (back), 26, Bo (far right), Martha, 17, (far left) and Malcolm (front) 


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