Chloe Madeley parades peachy bum in thong bikini as she enjoys Ibiza getaway

Chloe Madeley has dazzled fans with a sizzling bikini snap as she branded her enviable Ibiza holiday "worth the wait".

Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the 34-year-old personal trainer shared a sensational photograph of herself in a revealing two-piece orange swimsuit, while staring out over a dreamy sea view.

"It was worth the wait," Chloe captioned the post, before adding a wave and palm tree emoji.

The daughter of famed TV presenters Richard and Judy is currently holidaying in the destination Baleaeric island with her husband and former I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star James Haskell, 36.

Following her post, Chloe's 236,000 Instagram followers were quick to share their praise for the fitness fan's beautiful photo and physique.

One admirer wrote: "You look absolutely stunning."

Another impressed follow replied: "Gorgeous picture."

A third responded: "Check that curve out. Stunning Chloe."

Another cheeky commenter added: "Amazing curves. Don't tell the big man I said that though."

A fifth concluded: "What a view and the pool looks OK as well."

Chloe and James married in 2018.

In another image taken from their Ibiza holiday, the couple can be seen enjoying drinks with friends in an idyllic seaside location.

Having previously confirmed their plans to have a "bigger" second wedding later this year, it looks like children may also be in store for the couple in the future.

On having children, Chloe previously told OK!: "We’re not not trying, but we’re also not trying.

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"There is absolutely no pressure, but we’re also not doing everything we can to stay safe. Who knows what the next couple of years will bring. If it happened it would be a lovely surprise.

"I’ve watched that happen to my brothers and I think they’re very lucky, because it doesn’t happen for everyone and it may not happen for me. We’ll see what happens."

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