She’s often jets off to the Caribbean for well-deserved breaks from her busy work schedule.
And Andrea Corr enjoyed another sun-soaked getaway as she embarked on a stroll along the sandy shores of Barbados on Monday morning.
The Irish singer, 44, ensured all eyes were on her as she displayed her impressively toned frame in a black two-piece set.
Lapping it up: Andrea Corr enjoyed another sun-soaked getaway as she embarked on a stroll along the sandy shores of Barbados on Monday morning
Complementing her gym-honed physique, the songstress’ ensemble featured a scanty triangle bikini top and matching scallop briefs.
The Shame On You hitmaker remained protected from the sun as she accessorised with a wide-brim straw hat and circular-framed glasses.
Raven-haired beauty Andrea swept her tresses into a loosely-tousled ponytail, and displayed her naturally radiant complexion in minimal make-up.
Looking good: The Irish singer, 44, ensured all eyes were on her as she displayed her impressively toned frame in a black two-piece set
Andrea married businessman Brett Desmond in County Clare, Ireland in August 2009, with her sisters acting as bridesmaids. The couple welcomed daughter Jean in April 2012 and son Brett Junior in January 2014.
Her family band The Corrs released their seventh studio album Jupiter Calling, which entered the UK charts at No 15, in November 2017. The album marked their first new material in two years.
The band, who went on hiatus in 2006 to pursue solo projects and concentrate on their personal lives, came back onto the music scene in 2015 with their record White Light and spoke of their love of touring again.
All eyes on her: Complementing her gym-honed physique, the songstress’ ensemble featured a scanty triangle bikini top and matching scallop briefs
Family life: Andrea married businessman Brett Desmond in 2009, and the couple share daughter Jean, six, and son Brett Junior, five (pictured on their wedding day)
Speaking to MailOnline at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2016 about the band’s comeback, sister Sharon Corr, 48, explained it was an ‘extra special’ feeling to be back on tour with her brother and sisters.
She enthused: ‘Being on the road is rocking, I love it.’
The siblings welcomed eight children between them during their decade long break, revealing that family life had also helped them grow as musicians.
‘I think we’ve all grown musically,’ she said of the break in the band’s career, adding: ‘And, in the meantime we’ve had eight children between us, so that’s taken up a lot of time of the road.’