Loose Women’s Saira Khan has sent temperatures soaring with her latest Instagram offering.
The 50-year-old mum-of-two danced to Right Said Fred’s Too Sexy as she paraded her hourglass figure, gym-honed abs and enviable curves.
The star gave fans a look at her pearly whites as she flashed a beaming smile at the camera.
“Sexy to me is wearing a bold colour to express yourself,” Saira wrote.
“Red is for passion, love, heat, activity, sexuality and joy.”
And she was soon flooded with adoring comments from some of her 80.7K followers.
“You look insane!” one gushed.
“Your figure is amazing you look late 20s not 50!!!!” another offered.
“Just FABULOUS DARLING X,” a third remarked.
Lizzie Cundy chimed in with: “Wow wow wow.”
And Ulrika Jonsson branded Saira “LEGEND.”
Saira’s all about body confidence, recently taking to her social media for a candid Instagram vs reality post.
Demonstrating how much of a difference breathing in can make, she urged all her followers to embrace the body they’re in.
“We inhale and exhale, our tummy goes in and it comes out – that’s how we breathe, that’s how we stay alive,” Saira wrote.
“My tummy is not flat. It is rounded and when I eat, it gets full and gets rounder still. This is totally and utterly normal. If I did not eat – my tummy would be flat.”
And during the pandemic, Saira has become one of the Loose Women roster’s most outspoken members.
She recently took aim at Health Secretary Matt Hancock in a blistering verbal attack after he was spotted not wearing a face mask while being chauffeured about.
“I’m a busy mum, I work, I’m trying to get through all of this,” she said.
“Sometimes I watch the news and I might see Matt Hancock getting a car and visually think ‘It’s alright he’s not wearing his so I don’t need to wear a face mask.'”
The government pointed out to the show that it’s not a legal requirement to wear a mask in a chauffeur-driven car.
But Saira wasn’t backing down, adding: “My point is wherever you obliged or not, if you want to drum home the message that a face mask is a necessity wear it at all times because you are setting an example to the nation.”