Blue Peter’s Katy Hill, 50, wows as she flaunts trim figure in tiny white bikini

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Former Blue Peter star Katy Hill beamed as she posed poolside in a tiny white bikini, sending temperatures soaring.

The much-loved host, 50, looked incredible in the two-piece as she shared snaps of her trip to Instagram with her 29k followers.

Katy has been giving recommendations to fans and filming tours she has taken while on her holidays, but took some time to chill out by the pool.

There were blocks to walk on going throughout the pool to a platform in the middle, and Katy posed for pics in the centre of it.

She also stood with her arms outstretched in the Greek sunshine, showing off her bikini.

Her blonde hair was tied back in the heat, and she layered delicate gold chains and colourful jewellery to match her pink and green tropical playsuit.

She raved about the heat on her Instagram Stories, saying it hit a whopping 40 degrees in Alonissos, Greece.

She captioned the gorgeous pic with Greek flags, adding: "And relax!"

"We need to talk about the pool here."

She continued: "Quite possibly the best pool we've ever had the pleasure of lounging around!"

"The loungers which are next level… the perfect location for a holiday cocktail, or so I've heard" with a winking emoji.

She advised fans "If you're thinking of travelling, do it. Despite the impression given back home, our journey was super easy and the impact on my body and soul is tangible!"

Her Instagram followers heaped praise on the star: "Looks incredible and you look gorgeous, please tell me where your lovely shorts and that tropical bikini are from!"

"Looks gorgeous! Love your tropical print bikini too" with a heart-eye emoji.

Another added: "This look amazing Katy, and you look fire" with flame emojis.

"You look fantastic Katy, so beautiful" raved one.

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