She”s snap happy! All eyes are on Emma Forbes as she flaunts her curves while taking photos in Barbados
It must be nice being able to escape a cold and dreary English Christmas for the scorching Caribbean.
And that”s exactly what Emma Forbes does every year, joining a growing list of celebrities who have jetted to Barbados for the holidays.
The TV presenter has been at the beach for nearly two weeks now, flaunting her healthy curves in a number of swimsuits.
Lapping up the sun: TV presenter Emma Forbes flaunted her curves in this beige one-piece while holidaying in Barbados with her family
The 46-year-old and her husband Graham Clempson and their two children Lily, 14, and Sam, 11, have spent the Christmas and New Year period at the exclusive Sandy Lane Hotel for the past four years.
She looked gorgeous yesterday in a cream-coloured one-piece, halterneck bathing suit with cold clasps on the straps.
She went barefoot in the sand as she took photographs on the beach.
The has also been spotted sporting a simple black suit and a plunging gold and black number over the past week.
Just a beach bum at heart: Emma squints in the wind before having a dip in the water
Arriving in Barbados earlier last week, Emma wrote on her Twitter page: “Landed! Love ba and the captain who chatted to me when I was scared of turbulence!!! :)”
She also informed her followers that she had covered herself in fake tan in preparation for her holiday.
Barbados is a favourite with celebrities escaping the cold over Christmas, with Rihanna and Simon Cowell also spotted on the island this week.
Boyband The wanted are also there, with three members bringing along theirgirlfriends, including Max George with his fiancee, Coronation Street actree, Michelle Keegan.
One of the stars: Emma joins a host of celebrities in Barbados, including Simon Cowell, Rihanna, The Wanted and their girlfriends, including Max George and his fiancee, Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan
The group will play at Emma”s hotel on New Year”s Eve.
Thestar became a household name when she presented 1990s children’s shows Going Live and Live & Kicking, but has concentrated on her radio career for the past few years.
She has also focused on raising her two children, and shared her secrets for balancing her personal and professional lives recently on her website, Forbesstyle.com.
Shesaid: “When I had my two kids, I couldn’t have gone back to the full-oncareer I had before because I wanted to be with them. I couldn’t bear to have missed the first step, the first smile and would have been miserable.
A bit of me time: Emma relaxes on a sun lounger as she watches the waves
Quick, while no one”s looking! Emma readjusts her bathing suit
“I was also lucky that my husband stepped in financially, so I was able to take time off. Had I had to go back to work, I suspect I would have found it hard. But, like a lot of mums, I would have found a way to make it work.”
Thedaughter of veteran actress Nanette Newman, 77, and film director BryanForbes, Emma was brought up in the business and had her first walk-on part aged 10 with her mother in the cult classic The Stepford Wives, which her father directed.
Emma quit her BBC Radio 2 Saturday night show in April after allegedly clashing with bosses over time off.
Time for a change: Emma has also been spotted sporting this simple black bathing suit and a plunging gold and black number