Danniella Westbrook goes topless on Spanish beach holiday

She’s hardly the shy and retiring type.

So it makes perfect sense that Danniella Westbrook flaunted her assets while holidaying in Spain, this week.

The 44-year-old gave sun-seekers an eyeful as she proudly displayed her surgically-enhanced body on Saturday.

Leaving little to the imagination, she wore nothing but a pair of black bikini bottoms while carrying an inflatable unicorn into the waves.

At one point she protected her modesty with a towel draped across her cleavage, but this was soon discarded for maximum exposure.


Going make-up free or the occasion, the former EastEnders actress certainly looked comfortable in her nearly-nude state.

Alternating between the sand and the sea, she flashed a confident smile as people watched from afar.

Unfortunately, however, her fun-filled break was marred by a delayed return to the UK on Monday.



Danniella was furious when her EasyJet flight to London was help-up, causing her to miss a Matt Goss concert.

Venting her spleen on Twitter, she wrote: "Thanks @easyjet for the delay missed @MattGoss concert and came back from Spain especially for that!".

Danniella is a frequent visitor to Spain and regularly stays in Marbella, Malaga or Benidorm.

In fact, the soap star spends so much time in Benidorm, one Brit recently tweeted her to ask f she was working behind the bar at the Black Chicken in the resort, to which she replied: "No."



Danniella is looking healthy and happy after she revealed she had been using drugs again on and off in recent years after previously being clean for a decade.

In a Loose Women interview with fellow reformed addict Kerry Katona in June, the actress admitted she had been hospitalised over her drug problems two years ago.

She said: "I put myself into hospital two years ago, I said to them, ‘I have taken copious amounts of coke, every medicine in the house, drunk alcohol; this, that and the other. And I am still waking up – why? Please section me, I am trying to kill myself.’

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