JANE McDonald looked amazing as she enjoyed the sun in Cape Verde.
The TV presenter is on yet another adventure.
Jane, 60, has travelled 350 miles off the coast of West Africa to the archipelago of Cape Verde.
Sharing a glimpse into her trip on Instagram, the former Loose Women star was all smiles as she soaked up the sun.
Jane could be seen beaming for the camera with her brunette locks been caught by a beach breeze.
The star sported a colourful, patterned ensemble and paired the look with natural-looking makeup and pink lipstick.
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In the background, stunning blue sky and sparkling ocean could be seen.
Jane also posed for a second snap, where she tilted her face to the sky and rocked sunglasses – clearly enjoying the weather.
She captioned the post: "Join me, this Thursday at 8pm on Channel 5, as I travel to the archipelago of Cape Verde, 350 miles off the coast of West Africa.
"I'll be exploring the unspoilt island of Sal by bike, experiencing a mirage, swimming in a salt lake in the centre of a volcano and more!"
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Fans of the travel-loving presenter flocked to the comments to share their praise, with one writing: "Looking gorgeous Jane!"
A second gushed: "Love the colourful dresses."
Another penned: "Love your programmes and all your fabulous outfits."
It comes after Jane embarked on an exotic trip to the Seychelles.
To promote the show, Jane was pictured in a blue swimsuit with a white fleck pattern.
She wrote to social media: "Join me as I visit the beautiful beaches of Mahe, go snorkelling with conservationists and take a trip to the amazing market in the capital, Victoria."
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