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Emily Atack puts on a sizzling display in a black bikini and trousers before showing off her summer wardrobe while enjoying the sunshine in Ibiza
Emily Atack showed off her summer wardrobe as she posed in a sexy black bikini whilst on holiday in Ibiza on Wednesday.
The actress, 33, opted for an all black look as she showcased her incredible physique in the triangular top paired with wide black trousers with matching black sandals.
She looked radiant against the stunning backdrop in the Balearics where she is shooting clothing for the brand New Look.
The former Inbetweeners star wore her blonde locks in a messy bun while layering gold jewellery against her sun-kissed skin.
In another snap, the star wore an orange bikini with a white, mesh cover-up ready for a day by the pool.
Sexy: Emily Atack put on a sizzling display in a black bikini and trousers before showing off her summer wardrobe while enjoying the sunshine in Ibiza on Instagram on Wednesday
Stylish: The actress, 33, looked incredible in an orange two-piece and white mesh dress as she showed off some of the looks she has been modelling for New Look while in the sun
Emily looked effortlessly chic as she posed for an Instagram video capturing her bikini body.
She recently appeared on Kathy Burke’s Where There’s A Will, There’s A Wake podcast and opened up about her photoshoot past.
She explained: ‘I enjoyed them.
‘You know, I was quite young and, but I look back and I go f***ing hell I look amazing in those pictures.
‘And I was young and slim and pretty and I enjoyed being all those things and I didn’t see it as a sexual thing.
‘I was just really enjoying the moment of being in films and working with all these great photographers and wearing these lovely clothes and celebrating my body and my youth. And I think that’s fine.’
Discussing backlash she received at the time, she continued: ‘It’s the stuff that happens because of that it’s the people that can’t control their sexually aggressive thoughts that ruin it later.
‘You know, that’s not my fault. I can’t do anything about that. If you’re sitting there and can’t control your thoughts as a man, you know?
‘I didn’t see it as a sexual thing’: Emily recently admitted she ‘enjoyed celebrating her beauty and youth’ in lads’ mag shoots – but admits ‘some men ruined it for her’
‘That’s not my fault. I can’t, I’m not doing it for that.
‘I’m not doing it so that you can say all those nasty, abusive, sexually aggressive things to me.
‘I’m genuinely doing that because I’m comfortable and happy doing it. And I feel good in myself. This is for me.’
Emily’s documentary Emily Atack: Asking For It recently made a the shortlist for a National Television Award.
The documentary explores why she is sexually harassed 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.’