Rita Ora puts on sexy display as she flashes sideboob in very racy cut-out swimsuit

Rita Ora, 29, put her sensational figure on full display in her latest Instagram post.

The sexy singer, who is best known for hits such as Hot Right Now and Lonely Together, looked incredible when she posed for pictures on a boat in a racy metallic swimsuit.

She shared the sun-soaked holiday snaps with her 15.7 million Instagram followers last night, during a luxury superyacht break with her family in St. Barts.

In the images, the pop star showcased her toned and tanned physique in a stylish silver swimsuit while cruising around the Caribbean.

The songstress put on a very busty display in the halter neck swimwear, which featured a cutout detail at the bust – drawing the eye to her cleavage.

The shiny swimsuit, which was teamed with a pair of dark sunglasses and gold bracelets, also highlighted her toned torso.

Rita swept her wet hair away from her face and added a slick of pink lipstick to her lips when she posed for the camera.

In the caption, Rita revealed a piece of light-hearted advice she was given by the Captain.

She jokingly wrote: “Captain says: please don’t wear anything shiny it’ll attract the fish. Me: [person shrugging emoji].”

Fans of the star rushed to the comments section to pay her compliments.

One user wrote: “Looking amazing @ritaora have the best time xx.”

While others simply added: “stunning” and “Wow,” or the fire emoji.

Clearly a fan of the shiny look, the singer-turned-actress donned a green and blue metallic swimsuit yesterday to soak up the sun.

Rita Ora left little to the imagination in the barely-there bikini which struggled to contain her ample assets.

The Fifty Shades of Grey actress is enjoying a well-earned break with her family after a very busy year.

She has been filming scenes for the big-budget adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel Oliver Twist – called simply Twist.

The actress will play the Artful Dodger character alongside rumoured boyfriend Rafferty Law, 23, who plays the lead role.

source: express.co.uk