Emily Atack strips to plunging orange ʙικιɴι as she turns heads on Ibiza trip

TV beauty Emily Atack made the best of the sun during her trip to Ibiza when she posed in a teeny orange ʙικιɴι that showed off her killer figure and golden tan

Emily Atack took the party island of Ibiza by storm when she stripped to a plunging orange ʙικιɴι.

The stunning TV presenter turned heads on the street in the teeny orange two-piece ʙικιɴι, which showed off her killer curves and golden tan.

The 33-year-old former Inbetweeners actress teamed her holiday look with a blue and orange sarong and a blue silk kimono.

She donned a pair of shades to shield her eyes from the sun and let her lush blonde locks frame her face on either side.

She was also seen tucking into some paella at the El Chiringuito Cala Gracioneta restaurant with her pals.

Emily raised her glᴀss for a picture-perfect moment, gushing: “Might call my first child Paella,” as she tucked into the delicious feast.

“Absolutely gorgeous,” gushed one enamored fan, while another couldn’t help but exclaim: “What a proper treacle!”

“Gosh Emily, gorgeous! Have a good time xx,” wrote a third fan.

Another look saw her show off her going out style as she slipped into a thigh-skimming silver dress while getting ready to hit the clubs.

The star partied with superstar Calvin Harris, 39, at his latest gig, donning the shimmering silver dress for the DJ’s concert at the well-known club Ushuaia.

She looked incredible as she sipped on champagne and completed her look with white strappy heels while opting for radiant makeup.

Emily is on the island for a pH๏τoshoot, shooting the latest campaign for her collaboration with the popular high street brand, New Look.

Emily’s documentary Emily Atack: Asking For It recently made a the shortlist for a National Television Award.

The documentary explores why she is Sєxually harᴀssed on social media daily and reflects on the unwanted male attention.

She took to Instagram to share the news and said: “It’s so important to keep the conversation going about women’s safety in the streets and online, and what we can do to improve it.

“There is still SO much hard work and change that needs to happen, but acknowledgments like this give me hope that people have started to listen.

“Our safety should no longer be up for debate.”