DAVINA McCall is wearing her “sexiest underwear ever” – and launching her own lingerie range to prove it.
The TV presenter, 52, has opened up on her body confidence after becoming a fitness guru for fans with her workout plans and sassy, sweaty gym selfies.
It comes following her refreshing attitude of “self-love” following a tough divorce from former husband Matthew Robertson, with whom she has two children.
Speaking to Mirror Online, the Long Lost Family host told of her latest sizzling business venture and gushed: “I’m sampling different things in life.
“I’m going to start a YouTube channel, and I’m launching an underwear range. That was all born out of me being single and still wearing the sexiest underwear ever.
“Not because I was dating but because it was an act of self-love every morning.”
Although there’s a new focus on her undergarments Davina, who was married to Matthew for 17 years, said her attire had always reflected her attitude.
She added: “If I was down, I would wear underwear that just wasn’t worthy of me.”
Depicting the U-turn moment which has sparked her new look on life she told the publication: “I feel like the start of it was when I went on a girls holiday and did a picture of myself topless, in a thong bikini, with my arms up in my air.
“I thought ‘This is going to be my “press the f*** it button” era. This is going to be my decade of not giving a damn, and just going for it.”
She has previously showed off her amazingly toned figure in a series of bikinis during a holiday in Australia.
Additionally, she revealed her 2020 fitness and diet tips to help her followers achieve their fitness goals.
These include a walking plank, crunches with punches and squat kicks forward.
Davina has additionally told how ending her marriage was traumatic and “absolute emotional turmoil.”
Yet she insisted it was the absolute right thing to do – and it looks like a very happy future lies ahead.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday’s You, she explained: “Going through a divorce is a traumatic experience and it is something that needs to be navigated as carefully as possible.
“Two years on, we have both grown as people and we can now co-parent happily and acknowledge that it was the right thing for us to go through even though it involved absolute emotional turmoil.”