CHRISTINE McGuinness was all smiles as she showed off her enviable figure on holiday.

The 31-year-old star, whose husband is comedian Paddy McGuinness, looked sensational as she soaked up the sun in Spain.

Wearing a pink and black leopard print bikini, the mum-off-three flaunted her bikini body while frolicking on the Majorca beach before heading to the sea to try out the local water sports.

In one snap, Christine can be seen hopping on to a jet ski as her long blonde locks flow freely over her shoulders.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire star was then spotted heading back to the sun loungers to top up on her tan while flashing a glimpse of under boob.

Taking to Instagram to document the fun-filled day, the star gushed over her recent getaway.

Alongside a snap of herself on a boat, she said: "Let the sea set you free.

"My weekend away really opened my eyes, my mind and my heart.

"I have discovered a new love for travel, for the beach, and for water sports!. I want to do more, I want to see more and experience more!!!" ⠀

Earlier this week, Christine was spotted making the most of the sunny weather as she frolicked on a paddle board.

In similar beach snaps, the tanned star looked every inch the beach babe as she took to the sea on the paddle board.

The two day trip is no doubt a welcome break from Christine's busy schedule, looking after her three children Penelope, Leo and Felicity.

She recently celebrated her husband Paddy's 46th birthday.

Sharing a rare family photo alongside her brood, Christine said: "Happy Birthday my love from all of us we love you @mcguinness.paddy wishing you a wonderful day!"

The reality star often takes to social media to share her workouts.

And while Christine may look amazing, she admits her gruelling workout routines have also helped her become a better mum to her children after she was blasted by cruel trolls.

She told Manchester Evening News: “I don’t do it to lose weight or look a certain way, I do it purely for my own self. It’s cheaper than therapy.

"I was worried at the beginning how I was going to fit it in, but I go as soon as I drop the children off at school. My confidence has grown and I feel great.

"It’s like an escape, then when I pick the kids up I’m refreshed and completely focused on them."

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