Home and Away’s Esther Anderson, 43, sizzles in plunging swimsuit

    The mum of two showed off her body in a revealing black swimsuit.

    Former Home and Away star Esther Anderson has stunned fans with her incredible figure just four months after giving birth. The mum of two, 43, looked the picture of health as she stepped out in a plunging swimsuit on Sunday.

    The star posed in her Billabong wetsuit by the pool, looking carefree as she skipped down the steps. Her middle zip was done up until just under her chest area, and the tight black number showed off her curves.

    She had a youthful appearance and decided to spend her day in the sun barefoot. She joked in the caption, adding the emoji for laughter after “Nursing clothing.”

    Her former Home and Away co-stars Lynne McGranger, Georgie Parker, and earlier on-screen daughter Rebecca Breeds all liked the post, showing how impressed the famous friends were with her photo.

    How is this possible?” celebrity makeup artist Alex Fevola asked in the comments.

    “Hey Hey Foxy Mama!!!” added journalist Richard Reid, while influencer Brooke Testoni simply wrote: “Wowww”.

    Esther’s fans also flooded the comment section with praise, with one saying she was “flawless”.

    “You’re a bloody goddess!!!” another wrote, followed by a fire emoji.

    “I thought this was for a magazine cover,” a third admitted.

    “You are gorgeous. I hope you are getting some sleep,” another remarked.

    Esther welcomes her second child

    This comes after Esther announced she had given birth to Ralph in September last year. The star already shares 4-year-old Forest with her husband Howard Moggs, and posted a sweet tribute to her family on Instagram.

    Alongside a carousel of snaps with her family at the hospital, she wrote a touching caption about how different giving birth was the second time around.

    I’m savoring every newborn cuddle. I feel very fortunate to be spending this wonderful time with Ralph. After his delivery, Forest was immediately admitted to the NICU for a week, and she recounted, “I just remember having to leave him at the hospital…and us having to go home without our son.

    “It was one of the most difficult experiences I have ever had, and it went against every fiber of my being. I’m not in the least bit taking this time with Ralph for granted. I’m grateful that we are all returning home together as a family this time around because this birth has been such a healing event for me.


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