Billie Faiers shows off bikini figure during family holiday in Portugal

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She is enjoying an idyllic holiday in Portugal with her family.

And in an Instagram post on Friday, Billie Faiers looked sensational as she posed for a candid mirror selfie in their hotel.

The Mummy Diaries star, 31, showed off her toned physique in a neon green bikini, as she beamed alongside husband Greg Shepherd, their daughter Nelly, six, and son Arthur, three.

A hot mommy!  Billie Faiers, 31, flaunted her figure in a neon green bikini for a candid mirror selfie shared on Instagram on Friday

A hot mommy! Billie Faiers, 31, flaunted her figure in a neon green bikini for a candid mirror selfie shared on Instagram on Friday

Billie wore a chic white shirt, unbuttoned, and added a touch of glamor in the form of a chunky gold necklace, gold earrings and Christian Dior sunglasses.

She kept her feet light in a pair of thongs and tied her blond locks away from her face in a smooth bun at the nape of the neck.

Daughter Nelly looked adorable buttoned up in a flamingo print jumpsuit, while son Arthur wore a black T-shirt and blue starfish swim shorts.

Husband Greg cut a casual figure in a black T-shirt and blue shorts, and appeared to have borrowed a pair of Billie’s cat eye sunglasses.

Having fun?  The Mummy Diaries star has openly documented her sunny holiday with her family after weeks in lockdown

Having fun?  The Mummy Diaries star has openly documented her sunny holiday with her family after weeks in lockdown

Having fun? The Mummy Diaries star has openly documented her sunny holiday with her family after weeks in lockdown

Picture perfect: A few days earlier on Wednesday, Billie once again showed off her toned curves as she posed in a one-piece swimsuit while on a yacht

Picture perfect: A few days earlier on Wednesday, Billie once again showed off her toned curves as she posed in a one-piece swimsuit while on a yacht

Picture perfect: A few days earlier on Wednesday, Billie once again showed off her toned curves as she posed in a one-piece swimsuit while on a yacht

‘Family mirror selfie (the only way I could get them all in one photo). Beautiful shades,” Billie captioned the photo, adding a smiley face to Greg’s choice of glasses.

Despite clearly enjoying her family outing, Billie, who is still abroad, is able to get a crazy flight back from Portugal to avoid a 10-day quarantine after the country was put on the “amber travel list” by the British government was placed.

The change means those returning to the UK will either be quarantined at home for ten days on return and undergo a PCR test on days two and eight, as well as a lateral flow test before the return flight.

Getaway: The Mummy Diaries star has enjoyed an idyllic holiday with Greg, their children and her extended family

Getaway: The Mummy Diaries star has enjoyed an idyllic holiday with Greg, their children and her extended family

Getaway: The Mummy Diaries star has enjoyed an idyllic holiday with Greg, their children and her extended family

Or they can pay for an additional third ‘Test to Release’ on day five to end self-isolation early.

British families of four in Portugal now have to pay £1,500 to buy three sets of PCR tests for £125 each, if they fall under the ‘Test to Release’ scheme.

If you add this to the cost of a lateral flow test, which can be bought at Faro Airport for €30 (£25), the total cost for a family of four would be around £1,600.

Which tests do you need when returning from abroad?

GREEN LIST

You must have a lateral flow test within 72 hours of your return flight to England, followed by a PCR test on or before the second day of your return. During this time you do not need to put yourself in isolation.

The cost of a PCR test in the UK can be as much as £125 each, while a lateral flow test taken abroad at Faro Airport, for example, is around €30 (£25).

When arriving abroad, you may also need to provide proof of a negative PCR taken within 72 hours of your outbound flight, or proof of vaccination, depending on destination requirements.

AMBER LIST

You must either quarantine at home for ten days on your return and do a PCR test on days two and eight, as well as a lateral flow test before the return flight.

Or you can pay an additional third “Test to Release” on day five to end self-isolation early. On or after day eight you still have to take the compulsory second test.

British families of four in Portugal now have to pay £1,500 to buy three sets of PCR tests for £125 each, if they fall under the ‘Test to Release’ scheme.

If you add this to the cost of a lateral flow test, which can be bought at Faro Airport for €30 (£25), the total cost for a family of four would be around £1,600.

RED LIST

If you are traveling to a red-listed country, or are in an amber country that turns red before returning, you must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for £1,750 on your return.

Before traveling to England you must take a PCR or lateral flow test and get a negative result for the three days before you travel.

You’ll also need to book a quarantine hotel package — which includes two additional tests for when you’re at the hotel — and complete a passenger locator form.

Just days before Wednesday, Billie once again showed off her enviable figure as she posed on a yacht for a stunning view.

The blonde bombshell slipped into a brown one-piece swimsuit, accessory with a chic headscarf, trendy sunglasses and delicate gold jewelry.

She also posted on her Instagram Stories and posed in the same ensemble with Greg.

Sweet: Billie shares sweet snapshots of her children on Instagram Stories during her holiday

Sweet: Billie shares sweet snapshots of her children on Instagram Stories during her holiday

Enjoy: Nelly looked cute as a button while relaxing on the yacht

Enjoy: Nelly looked cute as a button while relaxing on the yacht

Devoted mother: Billie shares sweet snaps of her children on Instagram Stories during her holiday

Meanwhile, back in Essex, Billie and Greg have faced multiple roadblocks in their quest to build their dream home.

Work has been delayed for several months due to quarrels with their new neighbors.

The couple bought a four-bedroom property for £1.4 million a year ago in hopes of building their own dream home.

Billie recently told MailOnline that she plans to add to their family once they settle into their new home.

She said, “I always say I would definitely consider having more, especially if I’m moving into the new house. I said to Greg “maybe next year” and Nelly is desperate for a dog too.

‘We’re going to this new house with a dog and another baby!

‘I always say it’s not over’ [of] the question, I’m not saying I wouldn’t want more. I suppose we’ll see what happens.’

Family plans: The holiday comes shortly after Billie told MailOnline that she hopes to add something to their family once they settle into their new dream home

Family plans: The holiday comes shortly after Billie told MailOnline she hopes to add something to their family once they settle into their new dream home

Family plans: The holiday comes shortly after Billie told MailOnline she hopes to add something to their family once they settle into their new dream home

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