London, May 25 : Imogen Thomas was back to her skin-flashing ways on Wednesday, when she stripped down to a bikini in a London park.
The 29-year-old wore a striking purple two-piece as she stretched herself out on the grass with her skin on full display.
The model, who is infamous for bedding footballer Ryan Giggs, lapped up the rays as she enjoyed an afternoon with a female friend.
And Thomas happily posed as she realised she'd been spotted by the photographers as she flicked her brunette hair back sensually.
The former Big Brother star showed off her curves as she lay on a towel after getting excited about the warmer weather.
She took to the social network website, Twitter, to express her excitement at the warm weather as she headed out with a female friend.
"Morning! Defo sunbathing today! What a lush day?" the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting on Wednesday.
"This weather is amazeballssssss! Its all about champs in the park with my girly xxx," she wrote.
She cracked open a bottle of Dom Perignon during her lavish relaxing afternoon.
Thomas giggled as she stood up to open the Dom Perignon, before drinking out of the bottle when it dripped over the sides.
She was later seen sitting back down again well equipped for her afternoon of sunny relaxation.
The reality TV star had a hamper filled with grapes, carrots, Union Jack plates, and she even had a cake stand filled with cupcakes.
And it seems that she's not had enough of the sun yet as she intended to head out yet again later on the day.
"Another gorge day! Gym then sun time?" she tweeted on Thursday.
But it seemed that she had overindulged in champagne as she complained about having to exercise with a headache.
"Running with a sore head is no joke #oooooooffffffffff," she added. (ANI)
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