Rhian Sugden shocks fans with eye-popping pose in yellow bikini on holiday in Turkey

Rhian Sugden shocks fans with eye-popping pose in yellow bikini on holiday in Turkey

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RHIAN Sugden has shocked fans with an eye-popping pose in a yellow bikini while on holiday in Turkey.

The star has been soaking up the sun in Kalkan, Antalya – and she’s been flaunting her enviable figure.

She wowed fans with this sexy pic
Instagram

And her fans seemed to love her latest Instagram post, with dozens taken to Instagram to comment on the post.

One wrote: “It doesn’t get any hotter than that!”

Another said: “No chance of you drowning!”

A third said: “I love you baby my love sexy legend blonde chick goddess!”

A fourth said: “Beautiful!”

She loves showing off her bikini body on social media
Instagram

A fith said: “Smokin!”

A sixth said: “God your fit!”

Rhian is now looking to the future after enjoying a romantic holiday with actor hubby Oliver Mellor in Sardinia, Italy, last month.

She married the former Coronation Street star, 38, who played Dr Matt Carter, in Turkey in 2018.

The star is known for her busty physique


Earlier this year Rhian spoke of her heartbreak after finding out that she may never be able to have kids.

Manchester born Rhian exclusively told The Sun: “Being a mum is all I ever wanted and to find out there is so slim a chance of it happening is heartbreaking.”

“There have been a lot of tears. I have even come out in a nervous rash all over my body because it’s upset me so much.”

However, she tweeted to her followers that she planned to undergo IVF.


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