Kym Marsh looks incredible in very daring swimsuit as she shares sexiest ever snap… – The Sun

Kym Marsh looked incredible in a very daring swimsuit as she shared her sexiest ever snap.
The former Corrie star left little to the imagination in the sizzling selfie.
Kym, 47, wowed in a lilac cut out all in one as she relaxed on a chair.
The swimsuit showed off her amazing figure with cut outs on either side of her stomach.
The actress completed the look with oversized sunglasses and let her hair fall naturally onto her shoulders.
The soap star shared the stunning picture on Instagram with her xx fans.
Kym captioned the post: "Chill time!!!"
It comes after the telly favourite revealed a huge tattoo tribute to her dad as he battles cancer.
Kym surprised Dave with an inking of an ice cream on her forearm last month because he has become "obsessed" with the sweet treats since his incurable cancer diagnosis.
Sharing a post about it on social media, she said: “So…..I’ve had a new tattoo for my dad!!!
“Since his incurable cancer diagnosis he has been obsessed with ice cream! He literally has one every day!
“So I got an ice cream on the inside of my forearm for him to remind me of my wonderful dad, Every time I look at it!! He’s the best ever! Love you dad.”

Kym, currently appearing in Waterloo Road, previously told how her dad was diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer following a PSA test — a blood test which helps to detect the disease.
Weeks before she broke her silence after her shock split from Scott Ratcliff.
The Sun exclusively revealed how Kym had split with Army Major Scott, 34, in May.
She then deleted all traces of her third husband from social media and ditched her engagement ring.
Kym has now spoken out in the aftermath, opening up on her "learned" resilience to tough events in her life.
She told the Guardian: "It’s just experience."
The former Hear'Say singer added: "I think I am a risk-taker because ‘What if?’ is always worse.
"Comfortable is not good. I always want to be that person who has a go, because I wouldn’t want to sit there years down the line and say: ‘I wonder what would have happened if …?’"
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