Gemma Collins has shared an inspirational message, as she posed in swimwear on her luxury break.
Gemma, 39, recently shared snaps of herself in a bikini in Mykonos and said she felt 'free' after embracing exercise and starting her 'self-love' journey.
The former Dancing on Ice star is currently on another lavish holiday and decided to share a photo of herself, posing in a swimming costume, against a stunning backdrop.
TOWIE star Gemma wore a mulit-coloured Versace print swimsuit, with matching sarong and headband.
She wore her long blonde hair down and wore gold hoops as she stared into the camera.
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Gemma captioned the photo: "I LOVE MYSELF, repeat repeat repeat, I LOVE MYSELF SO MUCH, I AM BEAUTIFUL, repeat repeat repeat, try it everyone and watch the GLOW UP."
And her followers loved the snap and showered praise on the star in the comments.
Katgriffiths21 said: "Please do a swimwear range!!!! You always choose the most gorgeous pieces for your figure and look amazing!!!!!"
lux_island said: "Wow this is fireeeeee."
debra.brennan said: "Gorgeous girl love all your vibe."
martinedobbin said: "Absolutely beautiful."
Gemma recently revealed she had a miscarriage in lockdown and opened up about her secret health battle.
Gemma, 39, appeared on Loose Women to speak about her "heartbreaking" loss in a candid interview.
Former Dancing On Ice star Gemma said: "I found it really difficult in isolation and I suffered a miscarriage during the lockdown period.
"There's been a lot of pain behind the happiness on Instagram and I went through a very sad miscarriage.
"I have PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) which means it's not easy to fall pregnant.
"I have suffered with it for the last ten years, I started gaining weight when I was 28 and my periods were all over the place.
"I had no idea I was having a miscarriage at first, I thought it was just an unusually heavy period, but I soon realised it wasn't like a usual period.
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"It went on for ten days and I rang my doctor and he said I had to go straight to the hospital."
Gemma said it had been heartbreaking, but it had given her hope for the future, as her dream is to conceive naturally and have a family.
Gemma said: "I want to be a mum desperately.
"I went and saw a top specialist and he told me I have no cysts on my ovaries at the minute, but said you need to get another two stone off
"I have been doing it slowly and I want it to stay off, my professional life is great, but my personal life is heartbreaking.
"I do want to conceive naturally, that's the only bad thing in my life.
"I would give up everything to have a family."