Gemma Collins shows off her weight loss as she poses in very sexy swimsuit

GEMMA Collins turned up the heat in a sizzling selfie in a very sexy swimsuit.

The self-confessed diva, 40 – who recently shed an impressive 3.5 stone – has shown off all her recent hard by showcasing her slim frame in a chain print costume from her own range.

The former Towie star showed off her curves and left little to the imagination as she teased some of her cleavage through a mesh panel on the design.

Gemma styled her blonde locks into loose waves for the picture and gave her best sultry look for the camera lens.

She completed the look with some flawless face makeup, a dramatic smokey eye and a bright red lip.

The GC captioned the post: "Position all weekend not moving ! ??

You look beautiful Keep shining Queen.

"The FABULOUS SUMMER SWIMWEAR is now available for all you HONEYS ??."

And with temperatures hitting as high as 28 degrees in the UK today, many of her fans think that she looks as hot as the current heatwave.

One wrote: "You look amazing ?."

Another said:" Love you Gemma you look amazing ?."

A third wrote: "You look beautiful Keep shining Queen."

A fourth chimed in: "Looking fabulous ?."

It's not the first time she's showcased some of the amazing designs from The Gemma Collins Collection.

The TV star showed off her smaller frame in a colourful swimsuit in fierce pictures earlier this month.

In recent months Gemma has completely overhauled her lifestyle in recent months by taking on hard exercise and healthy eating.

Earlier this week she continued her campaign to be the "fitness queen" by going for a jog in Essex.

The star shared a video of her running down a country road and told fans: "Good morning. I'm on my run this morning. We've got this, girls."

One person who will definitely be loving her look will be boyfriend Rami Hawash.

Gemma confirmed her new romance last week after they rekindled their relationship earlier tihs year.

The pair were first linked together in 2011 and even got engaged, but split in 2014.

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