Denise Welch showed off her sensational figure once again as she took to Instagram on Friday to share a bikini-clad snap.
The Loose Women star, 64, posed up a storm as she donned a figure-flattering red one-piece swimsuit.
The stunner also opted for a pair of red thong sandals to further elevate the look and shielded her eyes with a pair of brightly coloured shades.
She captioned the snap with ‘The old perching comfortably on the one inch arm of a very hard chair for the gram!!! @lighterlife #10years #ambassador’.
Followers of the Loose Women star were then quick to jump to the comment section to give compliments on Denise’s fabulous figure.
Wow! Denise Welch showed off her incredible figure once again to her followers on Friday as she took to Instagram to share a bikini-clad snap
One follower wrote: ‘Looking hot as hot Dens’.
While another added ‘You look incredible Denise’.
It comes after Denise reflected on her weight loss journey earlier this year and revealed that she gained two stone after giving up alcohol.
The star marked 11 years of sobriety and looked back on how giving up alcohol had affected her life.
At the time, she took to Instagram to candidly speak about how she gained two stone after her lifestyle change saying she ‘replaced one addiction with another’.
Denise shared two glowing swimsuit snaps of herself as she spoke about her weight loss journey and how she has ‘changed her relationship with food’.
Alongside the pictures, she penned: ’10 yrs ago today I started my @lighterlife journey. I lost 2 stone in 2 months and became a proud ambassador, a title I hold to this day.
Weight loss journey: It comes after Denise reflected on her weight loss journey earlier this year and revealed that she gained two stone after giving up alcohol
Poignant: Earlier this year, the star marked 11 years of sobriety and looked back on how giving up alcohol had affected her life in a poignant post
‘I have seen @lighterlife change lives especially reversing type 2 diabetes.
‘When I gave up alcohol I replaced one addiction with another, food and gained 2 stone.
‘With the help of @lighterlife and their mentor and behavioural therapy approach I was able to change my relationship with food.
‘The osteoarthritis in my knees improved by 90%. For more information the link is in my stories.’
The Instagram post came one month after Denise marked 11 years of sobriety in a candid Instagram post.
Opening up: She candidly spoke about how she gained 2 stone after her lifestyle change, saying she ‘replaced one addiction with another’
Sobriety: The comments come one month after Denise marked 11 years of sobriety in a candid Instagram post
Alcohol: The Coronation Street actress shared that although going sober ‘wasn’t easy’, it completed changed her life and the lives of her loved ones
In March, the actress shared two snaps of herself, taken over 11 years apart, as she spoke about how sobriety changed her life.
She admitted her ‘disastrous’ relationship with alcohol affected her relationship with her husband Lincoln Townley and the lives of her sons Louis and Matty who she shares with her ex Tim Healy.
The Coronation Street star went on to share that although going sober ‘wasn’t easy’, it completed changed her life and the lives of her loved ones.
In a poignant caption, she penned: ’11 yrs sober today!!! Giving up my disastrous relationship with alcohol changed my life, my husband’s life and my children’s lives. Plus the lives of all who love me.
Struggles: She admitted her ‘disastrous’ relationship with alcohol affected the lives of her sons Louis and Matty (both pictured in May 2015) who she shares with her ex Tim Healy
Romance: Denise’s husband Lincoln Townley also previously credited his wife with helping him to become sober, leading him to become one of the country’s most in-demand artists
‘It wasn’t easy. Addiction is a cruel and frightening illness. But together @lincolntownley and I realised that we were destroying many lives including our own and we did it.
‘I now have a wonderful marriage that is the foundation of my life. Our kids are happy and I hope those of you struggling find the strength to stop.
‘If alcohol no longer makes you happy, if your drinking makes others lives miserable it’s time to stop. There is help there if you need it.’
Denise and Lincoln tied the knot in July 2013 in Portugal, after becoming engaged in August 2012.