Tamara displays her jaw-dropping physique in sizzling white bikini
She has swapped the ski slopes of Switzerland for the sunny beaches of Dubai as part of her winter holiday break.

And Tamara Ecclestone, 35, was showing she still has her summer body in winter as she hit the beach during her trip, where she is staying at The Grosvenor House hotel, with her husband Jay Rutland, and their five-year-old daughter Sophia on Monday.
 
The Formula One heiress looked sensational in a skimpy white bikini as she strutted down the shores with her beloved daughter.

Tamara was showing off her stunning figure - the result of gruelling hours spent at Barry's Bootcamp, a workout that can burn up to 1000 calories per session.
 
Her perky cleavage was enhanced with her sculpted triangle bikini top which boasted string ties at the neck as well as on the bottoms.  

The stunner wore her ombre locks in loose waves while shielding her face with a pair of over-sized sunglasses which gave an A-list touch.
 
Little Sophia wore a patterned grey beach outfit as she held hands with her mum - shortly after being treated to having her ears pierced.

The stunner wore her ombre locks in loose waves while shielding her face with a pair of over-sized sunglasses which gave an A-list touch.
 
Little Sophia wore a patterned grey beach outfit as she held hands with her mum - shortly after being treated to having her ears pierced.

Tamara has been documenting the piercing journey on social media, as she showed Sophia's delight at  the special holiday treat.
 
The family holiday comes after three raiders reportedly broke into Tamara's seven-room mansion through the garden before heading straight to the safes.

They spent around 50 minutes in the house, which is located on one of London's most exclusive roads.

Tamara has two engagement rings, worth 250,000 each, but it is not known if these were taken.

She also has several sets of diamond stud earrings valued at around 50,000 per pair and a large watch collection including Rolex, Hublot and Cartier pieces worth up to 100,000 each.

The gang were able to smash open several bedroom safes and fled via an open window despite a guard sitting in a CCTV room and the mansion being run by up to 50 staff.