Rita Ora's mum Vera is making the most of the Albanian sun as the beauty posed by the sea in a sensational blue swimsuit – matching entirely with the glorious background behind her.
Posing up a storm at the hotel, Vera opted for a completely strapless blue swimsuit that complemented her figure and cinched in at the centre with a sweetheart neckline.
The blue one-piece was from the Elizabeth Hurley swimwear range and it was clear that Vera loved her bright one-piece.
Pairing the look with a fabulous pair of blue heeled sandals, she stunned as she posed with her hair clipped back and a pair of sunnies on her face and a ravishing red lip.
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As she shared the snap to her 83,000 Instagram followers, she wrote: "I had to match to this beauty – inspired from the crystal blue sea of Albania."
She hit 3,000 likes within four hours and comments quickly flew in underneath the photo.
One user wrote: "Blue looks so good on you Vera."
Another added: "What a goddess."
Meanwhile, a third user chirped: "Stunning."
Vera has been displaying her confident self on her Instagram for quite some time, particularly since she collaborated with Amoena for a post-mastectomy swimwear in 2019 after she was diagnosed with breast cancer herself and underwent a mastectomy in 2005.
At the time of the collaboration, ,Vera told Hello! why she made the decision to join the campaign.
She said: "It was difficult to hide my scars on holiday. I felt self-conscious and would try to cover up or sew fabric into my swimming tops. Then I discovered the Amoena range, which is designed especially for women like me.
"It's so soft and figure-flatting and makes you feel wonderful."
As the sun started coming out in England in May, Vera shared a swimsuit snap on Instagram to remind people that imperfections are beautiful.
She said: "Don't let the scars define you! I style mine well. Nearly summer time, here is a reminder to all me beautiful ladies with body scars, breast, chest, stomach, harm or any other reason, imperfections can be bada** and beautiful."
Vera, who is an ambassador for a breast cancer and an advocate for mental health, continuously pushes a body positive message to her followers.
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