A GRAND Designs star has a very glam Instagram showing off her love of fitness in swimsuits and gym wear.
The new series of the Channel 4 show returned on Wednesday night and saw Kevin McCloud meet couple Rosa and Craig.
They wanted to turn a disused railway reservoir in the Wye Valley into a unique living space.
During the show Rosa revealed she was an audiologist, while Craig was a skydiving instructor.
Around her busy job and looking after the couple's son Leo, Rosa is a keen fitness fan according to her Instagram.
A number of snaps see her showing off her incredible figure in black pants and a cropped white gym top, while others see her in swimwear including a black and white low cut swimsuit.
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Another picture from her Instagram was taken on a family trip to Dubai and the luxury Atlantis Hotel on The Palm.
Rosa wore a strapless colourful dress while posing with Craig and adorable Leo in front of the hotel's huge aquarium.
The luxury holiday seems like it was much needed, as the good-looking pair faced a number of hurdles along the way, and were forced to borrow more money from the bank due to the spiralling costs of the build.
They had originally set a budget of £700,000 for the project, and planned to borrow £500,000.
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However, the building work alone was quoted at over £700,000 so they compromised on the outdoor space and negotiated a construction price of £950,000.
But even then, they soon run out of money as the project went on, and were forced to borrow another £80,000 from the bank to pay some of their outstanding costs.
Craig said at one point: "I’m not going to lie I have had sleepless nights thinking about ’are we actually able to achieve this’? Or,’are we going to find ourselves in bankruptcy because of it’?
“There are serious consequences to taking out loans and mortgages and borrowing money off people, you’ve got to pay it back at some point.”
In the end, the project took four years to complete – three more than originally planned – and the eventual cost was £1.2 million.
Grand Designs airs on Channel 4 and is available on its streaming service.
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