ULRIKA Jonsson, 54, delighted her social media followers yesterday when she shared a cheeky bathroom selfie.
The Celebs Go Dating star took to her Instagram Story to post a sizzling snap in a black bra, highlighting the intricate lines of ink on her arms and collarbone.
Posing in the bathroom, the presenter looked glamorous while her blonde hair fell in a messy bun.
Hours later, Ulrika shared another glamorous bathroom selfie but this time she wore a black silk nightie.
Captioning the photo, she wittily wrote: “When you come home under the influence of alcohol, your face makeup and you think you look cute but you’re actually just a bad guy.”
The E4 star enjoyed an evening with her Celebs Go Dating co-stars and shared some photos with Towie’s Chloe Brockett.
In November, Ulrika shared a Sweet selfie with rare son Cameron as she enjoyed filming Celebs Go Dating.
The presenter, 54, took to her Instagram Story at the time to snap a rare photo with her 27-year-old son from her first marriage to John Turnbull.
Captioning the beaming shot, she wrote across it: “When your son meets you in the middle of filming.”
Ulrika is also the mother of Bo, 21, Martha, 17, and Malcolm, 13, whom she welcomed along with their respective fathers – Markus Kempen, Lance Gerrard-Wright and Brian Monet.
Last year, the TV star returned with a nasty troll who made a comment about how her children are all fathered by different men.
Ulrika shared the rude message that reads: “Four kids. All with different fathers. Such a mixed world that we now live in.”
Furious, Ulrika told her followers: “We have another Karen among us. You know people who have two followers and a *** hole for a mouth. “
It came shortly after she offered support to Stacey Solomon, who was also cruelly criticized for having children with other half-brothers.
Write in her column for The Sun, she explains: “For me, it’s not just about the humour. It is meant to injure. To hurt and above all, to embarrass a woman. I especially don’t want to be labeled with this label because I don’t feel ashamed. At all.
“My simple history was made to look and feel complicated by the fact that my life turned out differently from what would normally be expected – according to the ‘norm’.
“The simple truth – which applies to both me and Stacey – is that we are good, caring mothers. We chose to have our children – we longed for them, no matter what the circumstances of their creation.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/17258391/ulrika-jonsson-54-displays-tattoos-posing-her-bra/ Ulrika Jonsson, 54, shows off her impressive abs and tattoos as she posed in just her bra