Ulrika Jonsson, 53, wows in tiny pink bikini as she worries she is ‘too thin’

53-year-old TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson had fans floored as she posted a sizzling snap of herself reclining in a teeny pink bikini.

The star was barely covered by the string two-piece as she soaked up the sun in a garden, surrounded by lush greenery.

The Swedish beauty was gorgeously tanned in the snaps she shared, displaying the tattoos on her tummy, collarbone and shoulder.

Ulrika was definitely making the most of the good weather as the sunshine beamed down on her.

It comes shortly after one fan made a comment about Ulrika’s weight, with Ulrika hitting back: "I am a bit thin but trying to put weight on.

"I don’t have an eating disorder but I think the constant commenting on women’s size is unhelpful."

The blonde beauty added: "I spend my life cooking, eating and feeding. I’m trying to put on weight, just not nice to hear unhelpful comments but I see where you are coming from. Sending you lots of love."

Ulrika’s social media is full of stunning pictures of healthy meals, making her Instagram account an array of lush greenery, colourful veggies and hearty plates.

The Gladiator star has been candid about her struggles with weight in the past, as a degenerative disc disease contributed to her weight loss as she lost strength.

Speaking with Lorraine in 2011, she said: "I am actually eating a lot more now and I feel better in myself, I feel a little bit more in control. I still have the problem, it will be ongoing, but I need to keep moving.

"So it’s related to degenerative disc disease…so it’s extremely painful. It’s there twenty-four-seven, but I feel like finally now – the beginning of this year – I was able to take control of it by going swimming and gaining a bit of strength psychologically."

The mum-of four said the condition robbed her of her appetite, after GMB’s Kate Garraway sparked concern over Ulrika’s small frame.

Ulrika said: "I would estimate that at my lowest, I weighed around seven-and-a-half stone."

She explained that the constant insinuations that she was suffering from an eating disorder was "incredibly frustrating", as "the suggestion that I would risk my health for the perfect body goes against everything I've ever believed in."

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Ulrika concluded: "I've never been obsessed about the way my body looks – all I've ever wanted is to be healthy, because without our health, we have nothing."

If you're worried about your health or the health of somebody else, you can contact SEED eating disorder support service on 01482 718130 or on their website, https://seedeatingdisorders.org.uk.

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