Karren Brady’s daughter Sophia Peschisolido flashes toned figure in tiny bikini

Karren Brady's daughter Sophia Peschisolido sent heart rates skyrocketing with her latest snap in a tiny black and white bikini.

The Instagram influencer looked incredible in the swimsuit that showed off her toned tummy and stunning curves.

The brunette bombshell posed up a storm on a balcony of a hotel in Marbella in front of a gorgeous backdrop of a pool and palm trees.

Leaning against the wall, Sophia posed with her arm behind her head, drawing all eyes to her ample cleavage.

She wore her honey brown tresses down and across her face, while she smouldered at the camera, as the sun shined down on her, illuminating her golden tan.

Her army of 340k followers flooded the comments section with heart-eyed emojis and compliments for the star.

“Perfection,” wrote one fan, while another commented: “I’m speechless”.

A third chimed in to say: “Irresistibly beautiful” and a fourth added: “Outstanding”.

The model is no stranger to sharing her sizzling photos online, and regularly has fans floored with her sensational snaps.

Her latest pic comes after Karren Brady opened up about how she "begged" her two kids to have their Covid-19 vaccines to protect them against coronavirus last month.

In her regular column for The Sun, the 52-year-old mum revealed that her two kids "flatly refuse" to consider taking the potentially lifesaving vaccination.

Karren explained that Sophia is worried about fertility problems should she have the vaccine.

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In her column, Karren writes: "They [her children] believe under-30s will have blood clots if they take AstraZeneca or heart problems if they have the Pfizer, problems with fertility, periods and almost everything else they have read that might happen to 0.000001 per cent of people who have the vaccine.“

While Sophia’s worries of fertility issues are widespread, the NHS website states, "there's no evidence the covid-19 vaccines have any effect on your chances of becoming pregnant.”

"There's no need to avoid getting pregnant after being vaccinated," the website adds.

Approximately 34% of 18 to 29-year-olds in England, about three million people, have not been vaccinated at all.

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