JENNY Powell showed off her incredible washboard abs in a bikini during her holiday to Marrakech.
The TV presenter, 54, stripped to a multicoloured string top as she topped up her tan.
Jenny has been enjoying a luxury break at Les Deux Tours Hotel this week.
She told fans she was taking some time out to "rejuvenate" on a girls holiday.
Alongside the photo, she wrote: "Work. Nourish. Rejuvenate.
Jenny's fans raced to compliment her stunning mirror selfie, with one writing: "Looking trim and fit."
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Another posted: "Post of the year right there," while a third gushed: "Just stunning."
Jenny is not one to shy away from a sexy social media snap.
She recently wowed fans when she sported a lacy black bra.
Posing with a towel wrapped around her head, to show she had just got out of the shower, Jenny looked incredible as she showed off her age-defying body.
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She told fans how the bra "fitted perfectly".
Back in the 90s, Jenny shot to fame on the gameshow Wheel of fortune.
However, it came as a surprise to fans when she recently revealed how she actually "hated" being on the show.
The presenter first appeared on the show back in 1995 and was known as the "glamorous assistant".
Jenny says she hated the job, as she was "just a bit of eye candy there to turn numbers on a board".
Speaking on her podcast she said: “You’re just turning letters round and not saying anything.”
Jenny added: "I hated it. It was the biggest thing, but I hated it. Because I was just a girl turning bl***y letters around."
The show ran from 1998 to 2001 and saw contestants spin a wheel to win points and solve puzzles by uncovering letters on a board.
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