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A Place in the Sun’s Laura Hamilton strips down to a blue bikini for relaxing spa day

A PLACE in the Sun host Laura Hamilton has stripped down to a blue bikini to kick back and relax on a spa day.

The TV Host, who is well known for showing off her incredible figure on Instagram, enjoyed a trip to The Glasshouse Retreat in Upminster.

Laura, 39, was joined by pal and ITV presenter Hayley Sparkes after they had been "kept apart for a year" due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Looking incredible in a bright blue one-piece, the star pouted for the camera as she showed off her ample cleavage for the snap.

The rope-tie waist accentuated her curves as she cuddled up to Hayley, who wore a bright pink two-piece showing off her frame.

The friends looked glamorous, with their hair free flowing and both wearing a light palette of make-up, as they made their way round the spa.


Hayley captioned the snap: "We are having an amazing day together. Covid has kept us apart for over a year, but we have made up for lost time today."

In their Instagram stories, the pair could be seen sipping on orange juice while sat in large towel robes beside the spa pool.

They went on to take a dip and enjoy the sauna, before walking around the grounds of the retreat and tucking into some healthy food.

Laura and Hayley finished the day with a massage, before changing into floral dresses and snuggling up for more photos together.


It comes just weeks after TV host was rushed to hospital after having a bad reaction to her second coronavirus jab.

Laura, who suffers from immune deficiency disease idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, developed blood spots and was urged to go to A&E.

The 39-year-old then thanked the NHS staff for looking after her and reassured fans she was fine after undergoing tests.

Property expert Laura received her first dose of the Covid vaccine earlier than others her age because of her ITP issue.

She has previously spoken candidly about the illness, which is a low platelet count in the blood and causes her to bruise easily.

In an exclusive chat with The Sun Online, the star opened up about how she's been coping with the condition since her diagnosis, and luckily it's not caused her many issues.

She said: "It's something that's kind of managed. I'm quite fortunate. It's okay."

The star has had a number of fans contact her via social media asking for advice and she's more than happy to help whenever she can.

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