But Kimberley Garner excelled herself even by her own daring standards as she posed up a storm in an eye-wateringly tiny bikini while holidaying in St Tropez with her family earlier this week.
Appearing to use the beach as her very own personal catwalk, the former Made In Chelsea star proudly paraded her toned figure for all to see as she strutted her stuff in a particularly skimpy lilac two-piece.
Evidently not in the least bit bothered about covering up in front of her family, the reality star appeared to be in her absolute element as she headed for a bite to eat at the exclusive Club 55.
But the swimwear designer seemed to be more concerned with posing than taking in the stunning coastline of the French Riviera, commanding attention as she showed off her envy-inducing physique in her self-designed bikini.
Arriving at the swanky day club on-board a speedboat, Kimberley sensibly covered her head from the rays with a stylish straw cowboy had, while wrapping a sheer white sarong around her hips.
Bikini babe: The former Made In Chelsea star proudly paraded her toned figure for all to see as she strutted her stuff in a particularly skimpy lilac two-piece
After a stroll along the beach, the property heiress was later spotted browsing a number of stalls, before leaving with a number of shopping bags in her hand.
Opting for the natural look for her daytime outing to Club 55, Kimberley appeared to have gone make-up free, while wearing her long blonde locks loose and unstyled around her shoulders.
It would seem the socialite was enjoying having the opportunity to kick back and relax with her family while on a sun-soaked holiday.
And Kimberley certainly seemed to be making the most of sampling a few cocktails in the sun as she unwound on the French Riviera
Writing on her Twitter page, she said: ‘Family time 🙂 no shoes no make up but lots and lots of pinacoladas.’
Before later adding: ‘Most beautiful place to have dinner, so nice to meet up with my family #StTropez.’
Earlier this year, Kimberley launched her own self-named bikini line, and explained she hopes her designs will be ‘aspirational’ for young girls.
In an interview with MailOnline, she said: ‘I’ve been working on this range since January but I’ve had the ideas since I was a child and I got told off for sewing sequins onto a bikini while I was in school!
‘I wanted to make my designs wholesome but also sexy and cheeky, and provide an aspirational image for young girls.’