MYLEENE Klass has turned up the heat and shown off her incredible figure after slipping into some leopard print swimwear.
The star, 44, has been modelling both a swimsuit and a bikini on social media to promote her fashion line with clothing giant Next.
In one snap, Myleene is casually tucking her hair behind her ear as she flaunts her washboard tummy in her two-piece.
The bikini bottoms have tie sides and the musician and radio host has accessorised it with a pair of statement hooped earrings.
Myleene’s followers have gone wild for the snap, with one writing: “Bloody helllll! That bod is on [fire] mama!”
Another told the mum-of-two: “You look amazing @myleeneklass x.”
And a third simply wrote: “Mind Blowing.”
Myleene shared a short video to show off her second swimsuit, which was an all-in-one leopard print swimming costume.
She recorded herself smiling and posing by the pool in her bikini before clicking her fingers and magically appearing in the cossie.
The background also goes dark and Myleene’s top knot switches to her dark hair flowing around her shoulders.
“From pool to party!” she wrote.
Again, Myleene’s followers have been quick to comment, with one telling her: “Body on you Myleene!”
Someone else said: “You are so hot lady!!!”
Myleene is no stranger for causing a stir by posing in swimwear.
In 2006, she hit the headlines after showering in a white bikini during her I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! stint.
Myleene was captured having her wash under the camp waterfall and the scenes have gone down in history.
In 2020, the former Hear’Say singer revealed how she came into possession of the now-iconic two-piece.
“I remember one of the show producers looking at my bikinis in the hotel before I went to camp,” she said on Instagram.
‘One was covered in stripes, ‘We’ll have to stop at the shops as that’s probably going to strobe on camera’. I ran into the shop en route to the jungle, asked the shop assistant for the plainest bikini she had.
“Best $40 I ever spent… especially as it raised so much for charity afterwards.”