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Bikini babe Britney wows in purple

Published 24/07/2015

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears has shown off her flawless bikini body in a snap from her family holiday in Hawaii.

The 33-year-old singer was reportedly unhappy with pictures that surfaced of herself shooting the Pretty Girls video with Iggy Azalea.

But there was no sign of any excess weight as Britney displayed her flawless physique in a snap taken during her family holiday in Hawaii on Thursday.

In the picture, Britney poses in a skimpy pale purple bikini, which matches her newly dyed hair tips.

She smiles broadly as she slings one arm around each of her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James.

The bikini snap came after it was claimed Britney had been prompted into losing 12lbs by the video shoot pictures.

“It was a big wake-up call and she’s been religiously getting back into shape,” a source told America’s OK! Magazine this week.

Britney’s weight loss is reportedly down to a strict diet and an intense exercise regimen.

Apparently the singer was in tears when she saw her “fat roll” in a leopard-print crop top and denim shorts on the video shoot.

“She’ll always have bad memories of that video because of the unflattering pap shots during filming,” the source said.

Britney previously revealed the secrets of her workout regimen, admitting she has to work hard to stay slim.

And she credits intense bursts of exercise for her toned appearance.

“I like my workouts to be effective in a short amount of time,” she told Women’s Health magazine back in December.

“I start with 20 minutes of intense cardio — usually running — move on to light free weights, body-weight exercises such as push-ups, squats, and sit-ups, then finish it off with a stretch.”

Britney is currently enjoying some time away in Hawaii with her sons following her split from producer beau Charlie Ebersol in June.

She also adopted a new hairstyle for the vacation, having livened up her blonde locks with purple highlights.

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