She jetted to Turkey to transform her smile at the Comfort Zone Dental surgery in Bodrum earlier this month.And Danielle Lloyd kept the good times
She jetted to Turkey to transform her smile at the Comfort Zone Dental surgery in Bodrum earlier this month.
And Danielle Lloyd kept the good times rolling as she continued her sunny getaway with her husband Michael O’Neill in the holiday hotspot last week.
Turning up the heat, the model, 36, put on an incredibly racy display with the electrician as they kissed and cuddled while relaxing by the pool.
In their own bubble: Danielle Lloyd kept the good times rolling as she continued her sunny getaway with her husband Michael O’Neill in Turkey last week
The media personality highlighted her sensational figure in an orange swimsuit, while opting for comfort by going barefoot at her resort.
Proving less is more, the former beauty pageant queen kept make-up to a minimum and drenched her raven locks with water.
The former Celebrity Big Brother star dressed up her swimwear look with a selection of jewellery, which featured a silver bangle, dainty stud earrings and her flashy wedding band.
Michael, meanwhile, showed off his toned physique by going shirtless and donning a pair of multi-coloured zigzag shorts.
Loved-up: Turning up the heat, the model, 36, put on an incredibly racy display with the electrician as they kissed and cuddled while relaxing by the pool
Going strong: The TV star married her partner Michael in April 2019 and they share a son called Ronnie together who is two years old
The influencer packed on the PDA with her man as they shared sweet smooches, before playfully grabbing each other’s bottoms.
Danielle recently had to quarantine for 14 days after heading to Ibiza with her partner after the government pulled its air bridge with Spain following a spike in COVID-19 cases.
The TV star married her partner Michael in April 2019 and they share a son called Ronnie together who is two years old.
Danielle is also mother to her sons Archie, 11, Harry, nine and George, seven, who she shares with former spouse and professional football player, Jamie O’Hara, 33.
Radiant: The media personality highlighted her sensational figure in an orange swimsuit, while the electrician went shirtless and sported patterned shorts
Look back at it! The reality star fiddled with the ends of her clingy one-piece as she tapped into full relaxation mode
Aww! At one point, the former Miss Great Britain rested her head on her man’s massive shoulders
The mother-of four revealed she suffered a tragic miscarriage last year but still dreams of having a baby daughter in the fiture.
Danielle even revealed her sons are keen to have a little sister and she said she had been to Dubai’s gender selection clinic, the Fakih IVF centre in August last year as she considers having treatment to conceive a baby girl.
The former glamour model admitted she ‘can’t think about having a baby at the moment’ but would ‘love a little girl’ during an appearance on Loose Women.
She said: ‘I’m in two minds, I’ve just got a puppy who is a little girl so she’s my baby at the moment. I would love a little girl but four boys is a lot.’
Having fun: They oozed confidence as they paraded around the pool while being goofy with each other
Solid: They’ve been going strong ever since they met each other at a gym in Birmingham back in 2015
Strike a pose: Danielle laid on the wooden chair to ensure she could top up on her tan in the sun
Comfort: The Get Your Act Together star later rested on her man, while the father-of-one rested his hand on her upper thigh
Striking: The ex-beautician channelled her inner Baywatch babe as she showed off her glowing complexion
However last month she was forced to put her plans to use controversial gender selection treatment on hold after being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus – the endometrium – grows outside the uterus, while PCOS is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work.
Also, the controversial gender selection is condemned by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and is illegal in Britain.