Monday 27 February 2017

Oops! She forgot something... Lisa Snowdon strips down to just her bra as she shows off 'lighter' body

Sasha Brady

Lisa Snowdon has been sharing photos of her holiday in Thailand with her social media followers. (Left: photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images. Right: Instagram)
Lisa Snowdon has been sharing photos of her holiday in Thailand with her social media followers. (Left: photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images. Right: Instagram)

Radio presenter Lisa Snowdon has stripped down to just her bra in her latest Insagram post.

The former model and ex-girlfriend of George Clooney has been sharing a number of bikini selfies on Instagram as she enjoys a sun-drenched holiday in Thailand.

However, the 44-year-old's latest photo left little to the imagination as she captured herself posing in front of a mirror wearing nothing but a fluorescent bra.

However, the former Britain's Next Top Model presenter was careful to protect her modesty with a strategically placed hand and arched leg.

A photo posted by Lisa (@lisa_snowdon) on

In the photo caption, Lisa said she was feeling "lighter" after a soup and juice day.

"Tummy feeling flatter and less bloated this morning after a juice and soup day yesterday and an intense Chi Nei Tsang abdominal massage and Colonic hydrotherapy- feel lighter and brighter," she wrote.

The brunette beauty is used to taking care of her body after enjoying a modelling career that spanned over 20 years.

In an interview with The Mirror in 2013, Lisa said that she will forever be remembered as "George Clooney's ex".

In his longest relationship to date, Clooney was seeing English model and tv presenter Lisa Snowdon on and off for five years since 2000.
In his longest relationship to date, Clooney was seeing English model and tv presenter Lisa Snowdon on and off for five years since 2000.

"I sometimes think it will be written on my tombstone - 'George Clooney once dated Lisa Snowdon'," she joked.

"People actually ask me what he was like in bed, usually after a few drinks have made them brave.

"They are like, 'Seriously, though, how was it? What was he like?' I never tell," she said.

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