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Lizzie Cundy, 47, shows off some serious sideboob in a revealing white swimsuit with a low-cut neckline as she hits the beach in the Maldives
Published: 18:57 BST, 7 July 2017 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 7 July 2017
She's in fantastic shape and never misses an opportunity to show off her figure.
And Lizzie Cundy was parading her toned physique in a tiny white swimsuit as she soaked up the sunshine at Sun Siyam Resort in the Maldives on Friday.
The 47-year-old former WAG turned heads in her scoop neck number, which offered a glimpse of her buxom cleavage thanks to its revealing cut.
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Looking good: Lizzie Cundy was parading her toned physique in a tiny white swimsuit as she soaked up the sunshine at Sun Siyam Resort in the Maldives on Friday
Lizzie's toned legs were also on display in the one-piece as she sashayed up and down the beach.
Covering up in a lilac kimono, Lizzie was the picture of summer glamour as she holidayed in style.
The presenter - who was previously married to ex-Chelsea footballer Jason Cundy - later changed into a pale pink, sequin embellished bikini teamed with a pretty, two-tone wrap in a soft gauze material.
Spilling out: The 47-year-old former WAG turned heads in her scoop neck number, which offered a glimpse of her buxom cleavage thanks to its revealing cut
Leggy lady: Lizzie's toned legs were also on display in the one-piece as she sashayed up and down the beach
Beach babe: Lizzie wore her brunette hair down loose and accessorised with a large pair of blue-tinted sunglasses
Revealing cut: The swimsuit showed off a liberal amount of skin thanks to its skimpy design
No doubt tired from her endless posing, Lizzie stretched out on a sun lounger after all her efforts, sporting a red maxidress.
Her bikini-flaunting comes after she revealed in May that her close friendship with ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage has led to her receiving death threats.
And Lizzie has been left so traumatised after finding a 'threatening note' on her car window she's employed Michael Jackson's former bodyguard to teach her self defence.
Jetsetter: Covering up in a lilac kimono, Lizzie was the picture of summer glamour as she holidayed in style
Ahoy there! The star was spotted toting a white leather clutch bag
Don't mind me! Lizzie whipped off her cover up, looking ever so seductive
Taking a break: The Fubar Radio presenter was preparing for a lengthy sunbathing session
The incident led the former WAG to call on the help of Matt Fiddes, after a close friend revealed exclusively to MailOnline that she 'does not feel safe in her own home'.
The close friend also divulged that as well as being bombarded by online trolls, Lizzie has started to receive verbal abuse outside the radio station where she works.
The pal shared: 'She was petrified and immediately called Matt to teach her essential skills in case she finds herself in a dangerous situation'.
Checking in: Lizzie was smiling to herself as she read her messages
Time to bronze: The star enjoyed some shut-eye as she basked in the sun's rays
Dazzling: Lizzie later changed into a pale pink, sequin embellished bikini
What a view: She teamed the swimwear with a pretty, two-tone wrap in a soft gauze material
Lizzie partied with the former UKIP leader at her birthday in May after they met at the premiere for Brexit: The Movie.
Yet after pictures of the pair surfaced, she was shocked to discover the uproar it had caused.
An insider revealed: 'She got a death threat from being linked with him, it was a nasty note on her car window screen after her radio show.
'She was genuinely very scared about it as there are some nutters out there. She definitely won't be going out with Nigel again.'
Fubar radio presenter Lizzie is mum to two sons, Josh, 22, and James, 15 from her previous marriage to former Cheslea footballer Jason Cundy.
Taking to the waves: Lizzie hopped onto a jet ski, mastering the vessel like a pro
Watch out! The former WAG appeared to narrowly avoid a windsurfer
It's a hard life: No doubt tired from her endless posing, Lizzie stretched out on a sun lounger after all her efforts
Putting her feet up: Lizzie sported a red maxidress and black heels
It is easy to imagine a first-time director feeling the pressure to kowtow to creative concessions suggested by older, more experienced naysayers. Quinn Shephard is not that kind of first-time director. The actress's debut feature film Blame, which she wrote, directed, produced, and starred in when she was just 20-years-old, just had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in the U.S. Narrative competition (Shephard's co-star, Nadia Alexander, nabbed the Best Actress award). It has already attracted its share of dumbfounded critical acclaim, with one reviewer calling it a "startlingly confident debut." And aside from initial doubts about the stress load of such an endeavor—she wrote the initial draft of the screenplay when she was only 15—she was defiant about maintaining control of her ideas.
“I really couldn’t give it to anyone else. I knew what I wanted. And then I was just like, ‘F---, I’m going to direct this film,” explained Shephard, now 22, over coffee at a Williamsburg café. Dressed in a white Rachel Antonoff shorts suit open over a white Calvin Klein Underwear bra and Chuck Taylors on her feet, she could pass as a hipster waif. But her steady gaze and hyper-articulate speech telegraph that here is a young woman who means business. “There were a lot of people who also didn’t think I should edit [Blame]. And I did. And I’m very happy I did because a lot of the film was shaped in the edit.”
Photo by Barrett Swegger.
Shephard first had the idea for Blame after starring as Abigail Williams in a regional production of The Crucible in her native New Jersey when she was 15. Struck by the issues of power and sexuality embedded in the Arthur Miller play, she wondered, What would a modern day retelling of Abigail Williams’ story look like? The result is Blame, a tale of a reticent, bullied high school girl, Abigail (Shephard), who falls in love with her English teacher, Jeremy (Chris Messina). They tentatively begin an intellectual and romantic affair, set against the backdrop of a production of (what else?) The Crucible, in which they are performing a scene as Abigail and John Procter, respectively. Abigail and Jeremy’s increasing intimacy enrages a fellow student, Melissa (Nadia Alexander), a popular, leather jacket-clad troublemaker who is at once disparaging and envious of Jeremy’s affection for Abigail, and who is intent on exposing them. Despite what its title might suggest, Blame refuses to point an obvious finger—no character is as clean or dirty as he or she appears.
“Blame fools audiences into thinking it’s going to be a more familiar story. And then as it unfolds, it shows you an intimate look at characters you’ve maybe seen a million times, but not in this way,” explained Shephard, who shares “story by” credits on the film with her mother, Laurie Shephard, a former actress who helped her develop the screenplay and acted as the movie’s casting director. “And I think it’s important that we don’t watch films and keep over-sexualizing 16-year-old girls and keep turning them into, Oh, she’s the outcast, she’s the schoolgirl, she’s the bad girl, she’s the slut. And not get to know them because it just gives us permission to write off those girls.”
Shephard’s proximity in age to her young co-stars—not to mention the fact that as Abigail, she had to film some sexually sensitive scenes—gave her a particularly informed touch as a director. She kept closed sets for intimate scenes, and did many rewrites of the Melissa character to better mesh with Alexander’s acting style and comfort level.
Chris Messina and Quinn Shephard in Blame.
Photographer: Aaron Kovalchik.
“I was always really fascinated with the concept of the male gaze and these weird niche fetishisms that we have in the media,” Shephard said of the tropes with which she toys, knowingly, in Blame (the cheerleader, the promiscuous schoolgirl). Such topics, she points out, are “very different if [they’re] being directed by a 55-year-old man who puts you in a plaid skirt. When I was doing it, I was just yelling at the girls, ‘More tongue!’”
Growing up in New Jersey, Shephard’s mother would take her along on auditions as a bit of fun and bonding. It meant Shephard began acting when she was three, though as she put it, “my career was very, very part-time” until high school. She has appeared in a steady smattering of films and TV shows, including the network series Hostages (co-star Tate Donovan plays Melissa’s stepfather in Blame), Person of Interest, and The Blacklist. Since turning 18, she has jumped into acting more full-throttle; she recently shot a pilot for NBC and she stars in the upcoming films The Miseducation of Cameron Post with Chloe Grace Moretz) and Midnight Sun with Bella Thorne, among other projects.
But as much as Shephard loves acting, her long-term dream is behind the camera. She has a pilot for a 10-episode miniseries she recently finished, a psychological thriller revolving around a Catholic girls school’s dance team, that she hopes to shop around.
“I just really want to tell stories that feel like me. And I’m very stubborn and I want to stick to my vision,” she said. “Going forward, I feel like I’m going to be really steadfast about that, who I want to cast and what I want to say. And hopefully, people will go for it.”
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