Rita Oras mum Vera dazzles in blue strapless swimsuit as she soaks up the sun

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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