Georgia May Foote shows off her sensational figure in a busty black swimsuit

‘Get me back on holiday!’ Georgia May Foote shows off her sensational figure in a busty black swimsuit as she shares throwback summer snaps

Georgia May Foote showed off her sensational figure in a series of throwback summer snaps uploaded to her Instagram Story on Wednesday.

The former Coronation Street actress, 31, put on a busty display in a plunging black swimsuit as she posed on the side of a yacht and wished for sunnier climes. 

The revealing one piece flaunted her ample assets and had daring cut out sections to reveals plenty of skin. 

Plunging: Georgia May Foote showed off her sensational figure in a series of throwback summer snaps uploaded to her Instagram Story on Wednesday

Plunging: Georgia May Foote showed off her sensational figure in a series of throwback summer snaps uploaded to her Instagram Story on Wednesday

She wore her short brunette tresses in a wet style after a dip in the sea while accessorising with dark shades and opting for natural makeup.

In another snap she was topping up her tan in a leopard print bikini and wrote in the caption: ‘Get me back on holiday’. 

After her two sexy snap she posed a comparison snap in a cosy hoodie and said: ‘I don’t suit this cold pale life!’.

Tanned: The former Coronation Street actress, 31, put on a busty display in a leopard print bikini and wrote in the caption: 'Get me back on holiday'

Tanned: The former Coronation Street actress, 31, put on a busty display in a leopard print bikini and wrote in the caption: ‘Get me back on holiday’

It comes after earlier this year Georgia revealed that she had been diagnosed with the skin condition vitiligo, after two years of doctor’s visits. 

The TV star displayed the patches across her skin, admitting ‘there are new spots all the time’ in a candid post. 

Taking to her Instagram Stories, Georgia addressed comments that she had been ‘burning’ as she told her followers of her ‘funky skin’ as she ‘found the beauty’ in it. 

Sharing a photo from the mystery location, she donned a multi-colored striped shirt with denim shorts and bravely explained: ‘Many of you have mentioned I have burnt whilst on this holiday. Well it’s a first time for me, but here’s why…

Reality: After her two sexy snap she posed a comparison snap in a cosy hoodie and said: 'I don't suit this cold pale life!'

Reality: After her two sexy snap she posed a comparison snap in a cosy hoodie and said: ‘I don’t suit this cold pale life!’

‘Two years on and a final diagnosis from a dermatologist I now know I have something else, Vitiligo. 

‘As you can see the pigment on my skin has disappeared. The reason for this happening is still unknown although there are a few factors they think cause it. The saddest part? There is no cure.’  

She continued: ‘I’m still me I just have funky skin now. Like my partner says “You either let it crumble you or you crack on”, social media makes you feel imperfect far too much. 

‘But this is me and I can’t change it. And I hope people who meet people with Vitiligo understand how it can make you feel and find the beauty in it.’ 

Candid: It comes after earlier this year Georgia revealed that she had been diagnosed with the skin condition vitiligo, after two years of doctor's visits

Candid: It comes after earlier this year Georgia revealed that she had been diagnosed with the skin condition vitiligo, after two years of doctor’s visits

Vitiligo is a skin condition in which the pigment cells of the skin are destroyed in certain areas of the body by the immune system.

Although the exact cause is unknown, experts say it is an autoimmune condition in which the body’s defence system mistakenly attacks and destroys certain cells within the body.

It’s not painful and doesn’t have significant health consequences, but it can have emotional and psychological consequences.    

Diagnosis: The TV star displayed the patches across her skin, admitting 'there are new spots all the time' in a candid post

Diagnosis: The TV star displayed the patches across her skin, admitting ‘there are new spots all the time’ in a candid post

Positive: Taking to her Instagram Stories, Georgia addressed comments that she had been 'burning' as she told her followers of her 'funky skin' as she 'found the beauty' in it

Positive: Taking to her Instagram Stories, Georgia addressed comments that she had been ‘burning’ as she told her followers of her ‘funky skin’ as she ‘found the beauty’ in it

Georgia later invited questions for her followers in a bid to help and uplift others who may be suffering. 

She explained that it affects her arms, hands, elbows and feet, with ‘new spots turning up all the time’. 

‘When it appears on one side, it appears on the other. I try my hardest not to let it effect my mind. But it does get me down at times to know I will have this for life,’ she added. 

‘I just wanted to raise awareness and speak out about it. If I can anyone else feel more comfortable about it I will. It will also help me more than you can imagine.’

WHAT IS VITILIGO?

Vitiligo is a disease in which the pigment cells of the skin are destroyed in certain areas of the body.

Although the exact cause is unknown, experts say it is an autoimmune condition in which the body’s defense system mistakenly attacks and destroys certain cells within the body.

It’s not painful and doesn’t have significant health consequences, but it can have emotional and psychological consequences.

Treatment ranges from medicines and creams to skin grafts.

Common areas for white patches are the armpits and groin, around the mouth, eyes, nostrils, navel, genitals and rectal areas.

Symptoms include loss of skin color with white patches of skin in any location on the body.

Most will develop the condition prior to age 40. About half develop it before age 20.

It may have a genetic component, as the condition tends to run in families. 

Source:  Medicine Net

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