Ulrika Jonsson goes topless as she tans her 'walnuts' in the garden | The Sun

ULRIKA Jonsson ditched her bikini as she soaked up the bank holiday weekend sunshine.

The 55-year-old Sun columnist made the most of the weather in her back garden and treated her fans to a cheeky snap.

Glowing Ulrika lay on her back on a sun bed – revealing her toned and tanned body – and placed one hand over her boob.

The TV star left little to the imagination for her 200,000 Instagram followers and made them laugh, writing over her photo: "Sun's out Little walnuts out."

The Swedish stunner also revealed her collection of tattoos.

Back in 2020 she got four tattoos in one day.


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The first – and biggest – one was a picture of a dog sitting in the pouch of an apron on her arm.

For the second, she opted for a symbol on her finger, then the third was a line drawn on her arm.

The much more easily decipherable one was the tattoo parallel to her hip, which read "Let's Play".

It comes after she opened up about the ongoing issues at This Morning after Phillip Schofield quit the show amid a fall out with his co-host Holly Willoughby.

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The presenter discussed her own experience on TV, admitting she didn’t always get on with her co-stars.

She revealed: “Some were vain, greedy, disparaging or dismissive. At those times you have to swallow your frustrations and irritations for the sake of the greater good — the audience.

“I got on well with John Fashanu on Gladiators. He wasn’t a trained presenter and really didn’t have a clue what he was doing half the time, but through humour we made things work. Besides, we weren’t the stars of the show — the Gladiators were.

“And therein lies the rub. Holly and Phil have forgotten about their audience and appointed themselves the stars of the show, which has made them bigger than the programme.”

She continued:  “Phil has carved out a role as kingmaker — telling editorial staff who he will and won’t work with. I’m sure Fern Britton and Eamonn Holmes would be willing to back that up.”

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