Big Brother star, 62, stuns in bikini with 40-year-old husband

The TV presenter has flaunted her toned figure in her holiday snaps.

TV presenter and reality star Carol McGiffin has stunned fans as she flaunted her toned figure in a bikini while holidaying in Thailand to celebrate her anniversary.

The 62-year-old posted photos from the romantic getaway with 40-year-old husband Mark Cassidy, who she married in 2018.

Sharing photos from a beach day in Phuket, Carol is seen relaxing on a sun bed holding a beer while wearing a white bikini with red and navy blue edging.

In another, she flaunts her toned abs while sitting in a bar in her bikini and eating a piece of fruit while donning aviator sunglasses.

Carol McGiffin lays on a sun bed (left) and eats and orange in a bikini (right).
Carol McGiffin and her husband celebrated their anniversary in Thailand. Source: Instagram

Fans of the Loose Women panellist and Celebrity Big Brother UK star flocked to the comments to praise her for how incredible she looked in her snaps.

"Look at that bod," one commented.

"Carol can I borrow your body for a week ... wow," a fan responded.

"Pure inspiration," a third added.


Others could not get over how amazing the star looked at 62.

"You look like you're In your 30s or [something]!! I'm 47 and look 80," one praised the TV presenter.

"You look so young and always dress lovely too. So jealous, am nearly 61 but could never look as fit as you," another commented.

"You both look soooo young," a fan said of Carol and her husband.

Carol McGiffin's unconventional marriage rule

Earlier this month Carol revealed how she kept her spark alive with her husband, who is 22 years her junior.

They met in 2008, 10 years before they got married when Carol was 48 and Mark was 26.

While they have been together for 15 years, Carol said often sleeping in separate beds was the key to their success.

“Not every night,” Carol told The Sun. “Sometimes I snore a lot. I snore and Mark takes up too much room, so occasionally we would sleep in separate beds.

“If you’ve got the room, I don’t see why not.

“And I think a lot of people do it if they’ve got the room, but they just don’t like to admit it.

“And actually if you want a good night’s sleep, it does help you to have your own bed.”

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