Jane McDonald, 58, dazzles fans as she flashes legs on boat while filming new TV show

JANE McDonald, 58, dazzled fans as she flashed her legs on a boat while filming a new TV show.

The former Loose Women star rose to fame on BBC show The Cruise in 1998 before going on to host Cruising with Jane McDonald on Channel 5 from 2017 to 2020.

While Susan Calman has replaced her on the series, many of Jane's fans may have feared she was never going to take to the seas again.

But alas, the singer has delighted them with her latest Instagram pictures, which saw her posing at the back of a boat in the Caribbean.

Jane showed off her youthful appearance in a patterned top and white shorts which revealed her slim pins.

Jane wrote: "I've been back out to sea – although the boat was a bit smaller than the usual cruise ship! #filming #caribbean."

Jane's viewers were loving her look, with one writing: "Love the outfit – could we ask where it’s from! You look lovely x."

Another added: "You look absolutely stunning."

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A third: "You look amazing and a Yorkshire woman like myself you do us proud."

Fans will be glad to see Jane smiling again, following the death of her fiance Ed last year.

Ed passed away after a battle with lung cancer, and Jane spoke about her loss on Loose Women in November last year.

The emotional star said: "I don't want to feel sad for the rest of my life, because that wasn't Ed.

"Ed was golden. He was smiling, he was beautiful. I got to do the first interview, and I couldn't be with better people here."

She added: "It's been tough, but there's so many of us out there who have been through this, and my heart goes out to you all, because it's been a tough 18 months for so many of us."

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