Louise Redknapp’s cleavage pours out of plunging bikini in sun-soaked snap

Louise Redknapp’s cleavage pours out of plunging bikini in sun-soaked snap

Louise Redknapp stunned her Instagram followers by showing off her cleavage in a gorgeous black bikini as she enjoyed the first sunshine of spring.

In a video shared in her stories, the singer, who was a member of R&B quartet Eternal before marrying ex-husband footballer Jamie Redknapp, flaunts her curves as she soaks up some rays.

The tight black bikini had a gold trim and showed off her assets as she held the phone selfie-style for the sexy shot.

Louise's long hair was worn down and tumbled down over her face and shoulders, with the light catching her blonde highlights attractively.

Despite wearing no makeup, the 46-year-old beauty still smouldered as she struck a pose in the back garden.

In the on-screen caption, she gushes: "God the sun is shining today bring back that feeling of how much we need the sun."

This comes after Louise flaunted her killer figure in tight latex leggings and black high-heeled boots for a steamy photograph.

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And she wowed her fans when she flashed her perfect pins wearing nothing but an unbuttoned shirt for an eye-popping and intimate portrait on the sofa.

The mum-of-two has been preparing for the release of her autobiography "You’ve Got This" which is out on March 4.

She told her fans in another post: "I really do hope this book will help, empower and bring some sort of light to anybody who has been or is going through something that hasn’t been easy.

"It is very difficult opening up as there is so much judgement, lack of compassion and nasty comments in the world today but the one thing I’ve learnt over the last few years is that kindness really can go a long way!"

Louise teased it wouldn't be a "tell-all" work but said in it she will "talk about many different aspects of my life – some good, some bad".

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