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Nicole Scherzinger wows in string bikini with Thom as she drops pregnancy hint

Singing sensation Nicole Scherzinger looked to be in incredible shape as she struck up a sexy pose in a barely-there bikini.

The 42-year-old Pussycat Doll, who recently thrilled fans sharing a number of steamy workouts alongside her X Factor hunk Thom Evers, flaunted her results on the beach, proving that hard work totally pays off.

Unleashing her washboard abs and serious amounts of cleavage in the tiny animal print garments, she sent temperatures skyrocketing.

Adding sass and sex appeal, she pulled her leopard print knickers up high onto her hips to show off her killer curves in the skimpy swimwear.

Going makeup free, the bombshell looked happier than ever as she got cosy with her Scottish rugby union player and model on a scenic but far flung beach.

Her raven locks were styled effortlessly sleek and straight as they swayed at the side of her glowing and tanned body.

Thom appeared to be totally smitten, beaming a huge smile to camera, with his arm firmly placed around Nicole.

The Buttons singer, kept her caption simple as she simply wrote: "Happy Sunday everyone!"

It wasn't long before the couple were met with a swoon of gushy comments from fans beneath the post.

"Wow! You guys look fantastic! Happy and Blessed," chimed one supporter.

"When you guna make babies?" asked another intrigued fan.

To which Nicole held her silence but did put a "like" on the comment to indicate she's not ruling out a pregnancy any time soon.

Nicole and the Pussycat Dolls were destined for great things at the start of 2020, following the success of their chart-topping single React.

It was the comeback of all time that saw Nicole return to the stage with bandmates Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Melody Thornton, and Kimberly Wyatt, to release their first song in over a decade.

The lead singer, told Billboard at the time of the reunion: "Sometimes you don't realise when things happen so fast.

"People pull you to so many different directions you're put under so much pressure, not able to really enjoy it. We've all lived enough life now …

"We get to be there for each other and lift each other up, build each other up, and like I said, be present in the moment and enjoy it and go."

Sadly, due to the Covid-19 pandemic putting a dampener on live performances, the up and coming Pussycat Dolls gig will remain on hold for the foreseeable future.

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