Rita Ora has taken to social media to reminisce about her days before Coronavirus lockdown.
The Hot Right Now songstress, like the rest of the UK, has been told to stay indoors for the foreseeable future unless it's absolutely necessary to leave in a bid to stop the spread of the killer bug,
In a bid to remain positive during the Covid-19 pandemic, Rita has shared a bikini-clad throwback snap with her 16.1 million followers on Instagram.
The sexy singer posed up a storm for the camera wearing a tiny red bikini and denim shorts, fishing her toned torso.
Placing her finger seductively on her pouted lips, Rita wore her trademark locks in loose curls and placed her hand on her hips.
Rita, 29, simply penned alongside the snap: "Oh that time I went to Jamaica. I can't wait to be able to travel again."
The Fifty Shades Of Grey actress has been supplying fans with a number of racy snaps while she has been social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The blonde bombshell previously shared a snap of herself in the red bikini on her Instagram stories, leaving her fans hot under the collar.
Rita is currently on a promotional trail for her latest single How To Be Lonely.
With the country on lockdown, Rita has been forced to promote her new song on social media and she's flooded her social media pages with a series of stills and clips from her new music video.
In one teaser, Rita strips off into the nude and covers herself in gold paint as she writhes around in a bath full of the metallic liquid.
Rita's mother Vera has recently announced she was returning to the NHS frontline amid the current health crisis.
The healthcare professional is a psychiatrist and former GP, but revealed she will be lending support to A&E staff as they battle with the influx of coronavirus cases.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 55-year-old doctor, uploaded a video explaining her decision to return as she urged her followers to stay at home to help stop the spread of the virus.
Flashing her NHS card, Vera explained: "My name is Vera Ora and I'm a psychiatrist.
'I'm going back to work tomorrow. I work with mental health patients, however, due to the pressure on the NHS I will be asked to go to the frontline to help with A&E and other departments.
'It's a very dangerous time and not everyone is being safe and staying at home and we are becoming overwhelmed with patients coming through and putting everyone at risk.'
She added: "Please stay at home and follow the guidelines so I can help, and everyone else can help you be safe. Love you all."
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