Lydia Bright shows off her figure in a neon pink swimsuit during family holiday to Barbados

Lydia Bright shows off her figure in a neon pink swimsuit as she takes a dip in the sea with daughter Loretta during family holiday to Barbados

Lydia Bright showed off her figure as she took a dip in the sea with her daughter Loretta during a family holiday to Barbados on Thursday. 

The former TOWIE star, 31, slipped in to a neon pink swimsuit for their day at the beach with her sister Romana, 19, and her mum Debbie. 

She held closely on to Loretta, two, who looked adorable in a floral printed wetsuit and orange arm bands. 

Sun-soaked: Lydia Bright, 31, showed off her figure as she took a dip in the sea with her daughter Loretta during a family holiday to Barbados on Thursday

Sun-soaked: Lydia Bright, 31, showed off her figure as she took a dip in the sea with her daughter Loretta during a family holiday to Barbados on Thursday

Lydia’s ruched one piece featured a low back and chunky tan belt, perfect for a day in the sun.

She went makeup free with and tied her hair back into a low bun as she submerged herself in the water.

Her younger sister Romana, also opted for pink swimwear, wearing a triangle top with tie-side bottoms. 

Taking a dip: The former TOWIE star slipped in to a neon pink swimsuit for their day at the beach

Relaxing: Lydia soaked up the sun

Taking a dip: The former TOWIE star slipped in to a neon pink swimsuit for their day at the beach

Doting mother: She held closely on to Loretta, two, who looked adorable in a floral printed wetsuit and orange arm bands

Doting mother: She held closely on to Loretta, two, who looked adorable in a floral printed wetsuit and orange arm bands

Debbie opted for a black bikini as she secure the straps around her back to prevent tan lines on her shoulders. 

The family appeared to be having the time of their lives as they splashed in the sea with little Loretta.

Lydia shares her daughter with her ex-boyfriend, garage owner Lee Cronin, who she met in 2017 and had an on-off relationship with for three years. 

Family: Loretta held hands with her mum and Romana on the beach

Family: Loretta held hands with her mum and Romana on the beach

Sun-kissed: Her younger sister Romana, also opted for pink swimwear, wearing a triangle top with tie-side bottoms

All smiles: She showed off her bronzed tan

Sun-kissed: Her younger sister Romana, also opted for pink swimwear, wearing a triangle top with tie-side bottoms

Family: Her mum Debbie opted for a black bikini as she secure the straps around her back to prevent tan lines on her shoulders

Family: Her mum Debbie opted for a black bikini as she secure the straps around her back to prevent tan lines on her shoulders

Stunning: Lydia's ruched one piece featured a low back and chunky tan belt, perfect for a day in the sun

Glowing: She went makeup free

Stunning: Lydia’s ruched one piece featured a low back and chunky tan belt, perfect for a day in the sun

The parents tried to make the relationship work after finding out Lydia was pregnant but eventually called it quits in 2020 after Loretta was born.

It comes Lydia Bright shared adorable family pictures from her idyllic Christmas holiday.

The TV personality admitted that the family made the decision to sacrifice buying each other presents and instead go on the ‘bucket list’ holiday.

Adorable: Lydia shares her daughter with her ex-boyfriend, garage owner Lee Cronin, who she met in 2017 and had an on-off relationship with for three years

Adorable: Lydia shares her daughter with her ex-boyfriend, garage owner Lee Cronin, who she met in 2017 and had an on-off relationship with for three years

Sweet: The family appeared to be having the time of their lives as they splashed in the sea with little Loretta

Sweet: The family appeared to be having the time of their lives as they splashed in the sea with little Loretta

Fortunately, the family had no regrets, as Lydia said it was ‘the best decision’ they made. 

In a string of photos shared to her 1.2 million Instagram followers, Lydia can be seen doting on her daughter, Loretta, two, as they clearly enjoy the holiday.

In one photo, the pair flash huge smiles as they swing at a restaurant bar. 

Dressed in a chic green bikini and matching green hat, Lydia showed off her stunning figure. 

Dream: The TV personality admitted that the family made the decision to sacrifice buying each other Christmas presents and instead go on the 'bucket list' holiday

Dream: The TV personality admitted that the family made the decision to sacrifice buying each other Christmas presents and instead go on the ‘bucket list’ holiday

Beaming: Romana's blonde hair tumbled down in beachy waves

Beach babe: She snapped some photos on her phone

Beaming: Romana’s blonde hair tumbled down in beachy waves

Posting the moments to her Instagram, Lydia wrote: ‘The Caribbean 2023. This year instead of buying each other Christmas presents we decided to save our money and instead spend it on a holiday that was on all of our bucket lists.

‘The best decision we made.’

The reality star is close with her family, parents Debbie and Dave, older sister Georgia, 32, younger brother Freddie, 24, and younger sister Romana as well as her adoptive and foster siblings. 

Family is hugely important to Lydia, and she has recently vowed to use a ‘sperm donor’ to achieve her ‘number one goal’ of a big family.

Bond: Lydia is close with her parents Debbie and Dave, older sister Georgia, 32, younger brother Freddie, 24, and younger sister Romana as well as her adoptive and foster siblings

Bond: Lydia is close with her parents Debbie and Dave, older sister Georgia, 32, younger brother Freddie, 24, and younger sister Romana as well as her adoptive and foster siblings

Lydia said she dreams of having four children and having the same ‘busy and chaotic household’ she did as a child – with three biological siblings, two adopted siblings and numerous foster brothers and sisters.

Lydia insisted while she hopes to meet Mr. Right in the next five years, she’s happy to give her daughter Loretta, two, siblings in a ‘non-conventional way, like adoption or the sperm donor route’. 

The single mum isn’t focusing on dating as she said ‘it’s not the answer’ to having more kids. 

Grateful: She said that the family trip was 'The best decision we made'

Grateful: She said that the family trip was ‘The best decision we made’

Future: The reality TV star recently said she dreams of having four children and having the same 'busy and chaotic household' she did as a child

Future: The reality TV star recently said she dreams of having four children and having the same ‘busy and chaotic household’ she did as a child

Speaking in an interview with Closer magazine, Lydia said: ‘I really want more children, probably three, whether that be by meeting someone or doing it by myself. 

‘If it got to a point where love didn’t happen, I’d consider the non-conventional way, like adoption or the sperm donor route. 

‘For me, the number-one goal is to have more children. I’ve come from such a massive family… I’d want the same household as my parents. I love the busyness and the chaos!’

Candid: Speaking in an interview with Closer magazine, Lydia explained: 'I really want more children, probably three, whether that be by meeting someone or doing it by myself'

Candid: Speaking in an interview with Closer magazine, Lydia explained: ‘I really want more children, probably three, whether that be by meeting someone or doing it by myself’

This comes as she has recently spoken out about the cost of living crisis and how it may ‘put off families wanting to foster’ children in care. 

She said she wouldn’t be ‘the person I am today’ if she hadn’t spent her childhood as part of a foster family. 

Lydia’s mother Debbie has spent the past 30 years fostering over 200 children, but the reality TV personality is now anxious families might not do the same due to being at ‘breaking point’.

'Hopes: If it got to a point where love didn't happen, I'd consider the non-conventional way, like adoption or the sperm donor route,' she added

‘Hopes: If it got to a point where love didn’t happen, I’d consider the non-conventional way, like adoption or the sperm donor route,’ she added

She continued: 'For me, the number-one goal is to have more children. I've come from such a massive family... I'd want the same household as my parents'

Children: 'I love the busyness and the chaos!' she added

She continued: ‘For me, the number-one goal is to have more children. I’ve come from such a massive family… I’d want the same household as my parents’

Close: She said she wouldn't be 'the person I am today' if she hadn't spent her childhood as part of a foster family

Close: She said she wouldn’t be ‘the person I am today’ if she hadn’t spent her childhood as part of a foster family

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline for Action for Children’s Secret Santa appeal, the reality star explained how charities are helping ‘keep families afloat’. 

She said: ‘I spent my childhood as part of a foster family, and it made me the person I am today. Over the past 30 years, my parents have fostered over 200 kids! 

‘I do worry that the crisis may put off families wanting to foster, but there is support from local authorities and organisations.’

Thoughts: Speaking exclusively to MailOnline for Action for Children's Secret Santa appeal, the reality star explained how charities are helping 'keep families afloat'

Thoughts: Speaking exclusively to MailOnline for Action for Children’s Secret Santa appeal, the reality star explained how charities are helping ‘keep families afloat’

Amazing: She said: 'I spent my childhood as part of a foster family, and it made me the person I am today. Over the past 30 years, my parents have fostered over 200 kids!'

Amazing: She said: ‘I spent my childhood as part of a foster family, and it made me the person I am today. Over the past 30 years, my parents have fostered over 200 kids!’

She continued: ‘Vital lifeline support from organisations such as Action for Children is needed now, more than ever to keep families afloat. 

‘I know from visiting their services and speaking to frontline charity staff on the ground that the cost of living is hurting too many families – with many now at breaking point.

‘Their frontline staff will continue to work tirelessly to help families up and down the country with food, clothing and other essentials.’

'Bucket list': It comes Lydia Bright shared adorable family pictures from her idyllic Christmas holiday

‘Bucket list’: It comes Lydia Bright shared adorable family pictures from her idyllic Christmas holiday

We are family: Posting to her Instagram, Lydia wrote: 'This year instead of buying each other Christmas presents we decided to save our money and instead spend it on a holiday'

We are family: Posting to her Instagram, Lydia wrote: ‘This year instead of buying each other Christmas presents we decided to save our money and instead spend it on a holiday’

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