Ulrika Jonsson, 53, shows off incredible figure in a bikini after ‘flirting’ with her ex Gladiators boyfriend Hunter

ULRIKA Jonsson has taken to social media to show off her incredible beach-ready figure after 'flirting' with her ex-boyfriend online.

The 53-year-old looked steamy as she stripped down to a tiny white bikini as she wrote to fans she was keen to get her kit off in the sunshine.

Posing in a mirror, Ulrika stood in front of her dining room table in the skimpy two-piece, showing off her toned abdominals.

She crossed her long tanned legs and held up her phone to cover her face, just allowing a sneak peek at her blonde braided hair.

The TV presenter looked to be enjoying the sunshine as wrote to her fans about the swimwear: "I can't wait to be wearing one of these again."

It comes after Ulrika shared an affectionate message of support to former boyfriend James Crossley after he was eliminated from The Circle.

She enjoyed a brief fling with bodybuilder James, 47, while they worked on sport game show Gladiators in 1996. 

Now 25 years later, James, who best known for his alter-ego Hunter on the 90s series, returned to screens to compete on reality show The Circle.

As he masqueraded as fictional NHS nurse 'Gemma', Ulrika took to her Instagram Story to post snaps of the hunk alongside messages of support.

Captioning the post, which featured a close up of her ex-boyfriend's face, she wrote: "It's too late at night for me to watch but he can be cute."

As fans responded about the affectionate post, Ultika later defended it, writing: "Didn't realise a message of support had to be viewed as flirty."

Ulrika enjoyed a short romance with James in 1996 after her divorce from first husband, cameraman John Turnbull, when they appeared on ITV's Gladiators together.

While the Swedish star presented the series alongside John Fashanu, James competed against members of the public in physical challenges as his alter-ego Hunter.

Although their relationship was denied at the time, Ulrika ultimately lifted the lid on their "physical" romance in her 2003 autobiography, Honest. 

She wrote: "Well, I guess I was infatuated with James. It was a physical thing. And what a nice man he turned out to be!"

Ulrika has opened up about having another book on the cards, this time a novel set to rival her first, The Importance Of Being Myrtle.

She told of how the new novel will be "raunchy", as she explained: "I am now a 53-year old woman and want more sex than ever before."

Ulrika teased: "At the heart of it is a story of love, but sex will be unavoidable and ­inescapable. It will be integral to the storyline."

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