Former X Factor presenter Caroline is known for her love of distressed denim and leopard print but she has given all of that the elbow to model Speedo Sculpture's gorgeous new range of cozzies, proving that the bikini is just so last year.
In one snap, Caroline dials up the glam factor and channels her inner Hollywood screen siren in a little black halter-neck swimsuit with a sweetheart neckline and ruched detailing - but it's her sassy, pillar box red pout and Khloe Kardashian-esque wet-look 'do that makes it.
If only we looked as flawless emerging from the pool...
In another picture, Caroline proves her modelling credentials as she pulls a seriously sultry pose by the water clad in a sporty, striped swimsuit. We adore!
Also high on our lust list is the hot pink, Kylie Jenner-inspired number and the plunging printed swimming costume that stays true to Caroline's fierce and flirty personality, but the best part is that each and every piece boasts all-over body shaping, tummy control and bust support - so you've not to worry about an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.
Bring on the water sports!
Now, we know that baring your bod after months of living in slouchy sweats and skinny jeans may be a little daunting, but Caroline has the perfect nugget of advice.
"The first day on the beach is always the worst, you might not be as tanned and you probably haven't put on a swimsuit in ages, but just remember everyone is feeling exactly the same way – so embrace your body, embrace the sun and just go for it, you're on holiday!"
Hear, hear! And her poolside outfit of choice?
"I always used to be a bit of a bikini girl, but now I've discovered swimsuits, I feel so much more confident. It is the perfect holiday essential. You can pop on a swimsuit, whack on a pair of hot pants and my body just feels better. That is the great thing about this swimwear, it makes your body feel great."
Excuse us while we locate our passport. Holiday, anyone?
The Speedo Sculpture range is available at www.speedostore.co.uk and selected retailers including very.co.uk, Next.co.uk and John Lewis.