Linda Robson shows off her curves in a leaf print swimsuit as she soaks up the sun on holiday with daughter Bobbie
She is currently holidaying with her daughter Bobbie Dunford in Italy.
And Linda Robson ensured to share a glimpse of her getaway with her 125,000 Instagram followers, as she posted a gallery of images from the holiday on Thursday.
The Loose Women panellist, 62, shared several swimwear snaps from the sun-soaked break, including a selection of shots in a stylish leaf-print one-piece.
Holiday snaps! Linda Robson ensured to share a glimpse of her getaway with her 125,000 Instagram followers, as she posted a gallery of images from the holiday on Thursday
Linda paddled in the swimming pool wearing the swimsuit, which she accessorised with a pair of black wayfarer sunglasses and a straw fedora hat.
In another snap she proved they had certainly done their fair share of relaxing on the holiday, as she reclined on a plush sun bed beside the pool.
Linda was also rocking a navy blue swimming costume with pretty lace detailing across the bust of the garment.
Relaxing: The Loose Women panellist, 62, shared several swimwear snaps from the sun-soaked break, including a selection of shots in a stylish leaf-print one-piece
Food! She also shared snaps from their meals out together
Boat life: During the trip the mother daughter duo appeared to spend time together on a lavish boat
During the trip the mother daughter duo appeared to spend time together on a lavish boat, while Linda also shared snaps of their meals out.
On one night out, the TV star wore a stylish yellow dress with a black diagonal printed pattern, accessorised with a glitzy bangle.
Linda took a year off from Loose Women after a ‘meltdown’ with her OCD and returned earlier this year as a guest.
Glam: Linda was also rocking a navy blue swimming costume with pretty lace detailing across the bust of the garment
The actress, who hadn’t been seen on the ITV daytime show since January, returned as a guest on Friday and explained why she had to step away.
She told her co-stars: ‘I was having a meltdown. I came off the wine, and I used to take a tablet to help me sleep every night. When I came off the wine, I upped the tablet, and then I got concerned about taking the tablet.
‘So I went to see somebody about it and they gave me a tablet – I won’t mention the name but I had a really bad reaction to it, a proper meltdown. I got really bad anxiety, really bad depression, and my OCD kicked into overdrive.’
Stylish: On one night out, the TV star wore a stylish yellow dress with a black diagonal printed pattern, accessorised with a glitzy bangle
Tough times: Linda took a year off from ‘ Loose Women ‘ after a ‘meltdown’ with her OCD
The heartbreaking dependency and outcome left her family seeking desperate measures when they sought to ‘find her someone to go’.
She went on: ‘Family found me somewhere to go, to help me, I went in this place for six weeks, went into it on so many tablets and left with even more, it was my doctor who said you’ve had the worse reaction to this medication I have ever seen…
On her terrifying ‘comedown’, she said: ‘Even that you have to come down slowly, took me a long time to get back to feeling normal.’
Happy days: The actress, 61, who hadn’t been seen on the ITV daytime show since January 2019. returned as a guest on Friday and explained why she had to step away
When asked if police were called to intervene in the midst of her problems, Linda went on: ‘Yeah they were called, because I was drinking…
‘They were locking me in because I couldn’t get out, I was shouting get me out, so police were called as they thought I was kidnapped… That was my family trying to keep me safe’.
Aside from her substance woes, Linda revealed she was taking ‘four baths’ each day as she suffered with her obsessive-compulsive disorder. She added: ‘At one point, I was having four baths a day, I was washing my bedding every day…
Support: The ladies were throwing their full support behind their colleague and pals (left-right Kaye Adams, Stacey Solomon, Linda Robson, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore)
‘People joke when they hear someone saying about OCD they think it’d a bit of a joke or whatever, but it’s not actually a joke, it took over my life. I couldn’t clean everything enough.’
Commenting on her recovery, Linda – who revealed she was drinking to ‘self-medicate’ before seeking treatment and hasn’t drank alcohol in 11 months – noted there wasn’t a quick fix but she felt like she was ‘finally’ out the other side.
She admitted: ‘If you’d ever told me, I’d always been really positive. [There’s been no quick fix], it’s been a long, long time. Touch wood, I’m finally there!’
In October, she previously confirmed she would be back on the panel show and was excited to return. She said at the time: ‘[I can’t wait for] the gossip in the green room and our little chats. That’s my favourite part – things you never see on air.’
Shocker: Nadia Sawalha said: ‘We were all really worried… we were so worried we watched you losing weight, talked about how you yourself, it was like a dimmer switch
Things came to a head when the Loose Women headed on a holiday to Ibiza, during which her co-stars believed she was battling dementia.
Nadia Sawalha said: ‘We were all really worried… we were so worried we watched you losing weight, talked about how you yourself, it was like a dimmer switch dimming down, we were losing you. Our fear was you might have dementia, then it all came to a head where we had an intense night.’
A tearful Stacey Solomon went on: ‘It was a really intense night, where I saw your severe OCD in action, sometimes we joke about it, but actually watching you…
‘Your phone had to be charged 100% every two mins, oh It’s 99%. Straight in the same direction to the charging point. Chargers after chargers.’
At the end of Loose Women, Linda broke down and was comforted by Stacey, Nadia, Jane Moore and Kaye Adams.
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