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Myleene Klass Goes Blue Steel While Posing Up A Storm In Winter Holiday Pictures

29/12/2015 13:27 GMT | Updated 29/12/2015 14:59 GMT

Myleene Klass is looking pretty pleased with herself in the latest string of pictures she posted on Instagram, and it isn’t exactly hard to see why.

The former Hear’Say singer is currently in much sunnier climes than the rest of us, having jetted off on a winter sun break.

Blue steel 👙

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The star was looking sensational as she posed poolside for a series of snaps she shared with fans.

Myleene could be seen modelling a daring one-piece swimsuit, which is one from her own Littlewoods collection.

She simply captioned one of the photos: “Blue steel.”

It's a jungle out there. My bestest 👙collection yet, out Jan 7th. 👏 #trueblue

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The musician and presenter is enjoying some time off with her daughters, Ava, eight, and four-year-old Hero, and also shared a touching image of them all on the beach together.

She previously joked that they had packed a little too much luggage for their holidays, writing: “More baggage than Heathrow. #klassgirls off on their travels.”

Vitamin sea. #klassgirls

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Her latest jaunt comes only a few weeks after she flew back from Dubai, where she was also seen sharing sun-soaked snaps.

She recently opened up about how she saved her youngest daughter’s life when she started choking as a baby in 2012.

Recalling the terrifying ordeal in an interview with the Daily Mail, Myleene said she became alarmed when Ava went really pale and blood began coming out of her mouth as she played by her feet.

“I ran to her and could see she was struggling to get her breath, she wasn’t making any noise at all because of course she couldn’t, but that complete silence was utterly petrifying,” she said.

“I felt sick and every part of my body ran cold. But from somewhere, what I’d learned five years before kicked in. The whole incident was over in about 20 seconds, but it felt like an hour.

“Without that basic first-aid training the outcome could have been so different.”

Myleene Klass

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