Louisa Zisman slipped into a yellow bikini as she visited a farm yard during her sunny vacation in Thailand on Saturday.
The former The Apprentice star, 35, looked sexy in the skimpy two-piece while posing for a slew of fun shots with a group of pigs.
The swimsuit featured a bandeau top and high-cut bottoms and perfectly showcased her curvaceous figure.
Shielding her eyes behind oversized shades, Louisa wore her caramel tresses—oddly—in pigtails as they fell and got dirty in the mud.
Writing: “There’s a reason there’s a ‘happy as a pig in the ***’ expression.”
TRIP: Louisa Zisman, 35, slipped into a yellow bikini while visiting a farm yard during her sunny vacation in Thailand on Saturday
Messy work: The former Debutante star looked sexy in the tiny two-piece while posing in a slew of fun shots with a group of pigs.
“Today, I experienced the expression in real life and can confirm that when I was walking around with these guys I was really happy like a pig in the s***.”
Last year, Louisa revealed that she has African heritage after finding old photos of her great-grandfather and other family members.
She also talked about her belief that she is related to the former South African President, Nelson Mandela.
The reality TV star spoke on her latest podcast episode with co-host Anna Williamson, where she explained how “people wouldn’t believe her” if they didn’t see photos to prove it — so she later shared photos of her late family member on Instagram.
Speaking on the topic of family traditions, Luisa brings up her “affinity” with Nelson Mandela on the LuAnna podcast.
Did we talk about my black grandfather on the pod? We need to get the pictures or people won’t believe me,” said co-host Anna Williamson.
We had family right and the old photos popped up – I think I may have recognized my affinity for Nelson. I think I am associated with Nelson Mandela.
Because when we saw a picture of my great-grandfather, he was black.
FLEXIBLE: The swimsuit features a bandeau top and high-cut bottoms and perfectly showcases the reality star’s sleek figure
Making friends: She shielded her eyes behind oversized shades, and wore her caramel tresses in caramel pigtails as she went down and dirty in the mud
Loving Life: Writing: There’s a Reason There’s a “Happy Like a Pig in ***”
“We actually don’t know where he came from in Africa, all we know is that he was African. He might have been West African but we don’t know. How can I tell?”
‘I’d like to think I’m associated with Nelson Mandela.
She added that the man she refers to in the photo is her grandmother’s father, whose mother was Italian.
Louisa adds, “It looks black though, doesn’t it?”
“Now, of the four children, his eldest son is the only one alive,” Louisa explained.
My grandmother died, my uncle my mother passed away, and there is only one left – who is old and starting to get Alzheimer’s.
“There was also a suspicion that my great-grandfather was a spy… Now that my Uncle Hector has recanted, he continues to talk about the fact that he will have to cross the tunnels with parcels and meet the soldiers in Germany.”
She later took to Instagram to show her 625,000 followers exactly what she was referring to in the episode.
Hey guys if you listened to LuAnna: podcasts I know I was promised pics from my great-grandfather.
“Here you go, the little girl in the pictures is Nonna (Italian for my grandmother) so my mom.” The boys are her brothers.
The eldest boy (Uncle Hector) is the only surviving brother (out of 4) ❤️ He told you ‘I was African and you didn’t believe me. “
“ I think I relate to Nelson Mandela! It comes after Louisa insists she is ‘African’ after finding old photos of her great-grandfather and other family members who ‘look black’.
Louisa’s revelations came shortly after she was criticized by Ulrika Johnson for describing NHS staff planning a strike as “ruthless”, and said staff should never have entered the profession if they were worried about salaries.
She criticized National Health Service staff, calling them “irresponsible”, “ruthless” and “jumping to the top ****”.
Writing in her column for the sunUlrika said Luisa’s comments were “heartless” as she praised the nurses for the work they do.
She wrote: “Zisman’s comments about the nurses are not only extraordinarily heartless but display an unspeakable ignorance.
“Sometimes you have to wonder if some people aren’t completely devoid of intelligence and empathy.”
Ulrika said being a nurse takes “dedication” and no one who chooses her as a profession does it for the money.
While she doesn’t like the planned strike, Ulrika said she doesn’t even like the “accountants at the top” getting six-figure salaries while those at the bottom are “backing up the wall”.
Ulrika added, “She won’t care what I or anyone else thinks of her comments – which is why, thank God, there will never be a Nurse Zisman.”