Kelly Brook flashes MAJOR cleavage in daring bikini as she flaunts her once sexy hourglass figure
KELLY BROOK put her bugling bikini body on full display on the beach in Thailand today as she joined her boyfriend Jeremy Parisi to soak up the sun whilst on holiday at the lavish resort.
The 38-year-old model paraded her voluptuous curves in a tiny monochrome two-piece as she strolled down the white sand at the Trisara Resort in Phuket with her hunky beau.
Exposing her incredible figure in the plunging swimwear, Kelly flaunted her expanding waist as she was snapped gazing adoringly at Jeremy.
The brunette bombshell let her ample assets take centre stage as she struggled to contain her eye-popping cleavage in the halterneck number.
She wore her chocolate tresses in loose gentle waves which cascaded down her back as she topped up her tan next to the clear blue ocean.
One sizzling shot showed the This Morning style expert frolicking in the water with French heartthrob Jeremy.
Walking out of the waist-high sea she channelled her best Bond Girl impression, splashing the water over her toned tum to cool off.
Her generous curves were impossible to miss in the racy bikini, while her partner opted for black swimming shorts as he joined her for a dip.
The pair looked smitten as they put on a loved-up display, pausing for a passionate kiss as she waded in the water.
They have been dating for over two years and Kelly Brook recently revealed that she had proposed to Jeremy Parisi but that he had turned her down.
The lovebirds are currently enjoying an adventurous getaway to Thailand together, with Kelly keeping her 855,000 Instagram followers updated with regular selfies.
Earlier today, she documented their visit to an elephant sanctuary.
The couple were snapped putting their arms around each other as they posed in front of one of the elephants.
She urged her fans to visit the sanctuary, saying: “Amazing day @phuketelephantsanctuary.
“Please visit this place if you come to Thailand and are thinking of having an elephant experience.
“They are so well treated here and protected and really educate you on some of the terrible excursions available in Thailand that cause these magnificent animals so much distress.”
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