She’s incredibly body confident and Rita Ora relished showing off her gym-honed figure with a series of very sexy bikini pictures posted on Instagram on Tuesday. The singer, 29, displayed her sideboob and underboob as she posed up a storm in the sunshine in the skimpy two-piece. She seduced as she held onto the tiny piece of string which held the briefs together as she smouldered in front of the camera.

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Set against a blue sky, Rita Ora looked incredible in the images which showed off her golden skin and inkings.

The singer wrote in the caption: “hey what you reading?” You: “ffs” Her sister Elena was clearly impressed as she posted some fire emojis underneath and musician Diplo shared some hearts.

On Thursday, Rita set pulses racing again when she shared a sultry video as she reflected on fun memories. In the clip, she could be seen licking a balloon as she partied up a storm at an unknown event, which she has since deleted. Rita put on a stylish display for the outing as she slipped into a black dress that had a fur trim across the lapel.

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She added a glittering touch by wearing an array of gold necklaces, including a diamond-encrusted Chanel necklace.

Her blonde locks were brushed into a half-back hairdo, and she made her plump pout pop by wearing a slick of dark red lipstick. Reminiscing about the event, Rita wrote in the caption: ”memories of when we were able to lick balloons (cool story bro) I miss dancing with people!!!

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Her post comes after Rita said she was ‘tormented’ with worry as her mother continues to work on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.

The singer talked to Amanda Holden and Jamie Theakston on Heart Radio on Wednesday and said she felt inspired by her 55-year-old mum, Vera Sahatciu’s ‘selfless actions’. Vera is working as a psychiatrist within the UK’s National Health Service, where she is looking after people who have mental health issues as well as COVID-19.