Fearne Cotton looks stunning in a pastel feathered dress for elegant underwater shoot as she reflects on her search for contentment
Fearne Cotton looked stunning as she floated through crystal clear water while wearing a pastel pink feathered dress in an elegant underwater photoshoot.
The television presenter, 40, is surrounded by bubbles in the pictures for the cover shoot of Stylist Magazine this week.
The star reflected on her ‘search for contentment’ as she chatted to the publication, saying: ‘The idea that you need to improve as a person? I cannot align with that at all.
At peace: Fearne Cotton, 40, looked stunning as she floated through crystal clear water while wearing a pastel pink feathered dress in an elegant underwater photoshoot
‘The notion of self improvement brings so much pressure.’
In the undershoot, a shoeless Fearne showed off her toned legs and ankle tattoo in the feathered dress which finished above her knee.
The television presented opted for a pink lipstick and glamorous make-up to highlight her pretty facial features for the shoot.
Cover star: The television presenter is surrounded by bubbles in the pictures for the cover shoot of Stylist Magazine this week
Floating away: She moved her arms around her and brushed her hair out of her face as she floated in the pool
The latest issue of Stylist Magazine with Fearne’s interview and shoot is out now
Fans of Fearne will be familiar with her inspirational words, with the broadcaster having released a number of books about living in a healthy way both mentally and physically.
Fearne’s shoot comes after she and fellow presenter Jake Humphrey branded their former workplace CBBC ‘aggressive and catty’, claiming there was a battle of egos at the children’s broadcaster.
She appeared on the channel and its associated programmes from 2001 before leaving to present Top of the Pops in 2004, with the star claiming the environment left her feeling ‘very unhappy’.
According to The Sun, Jake, 43, who begun hosting on CBBC in 2001, said on a podcast: ‘CBBC was probably the most competitive and aggressive and sort of catty place.
‘Everyone was young. Everybody wanted to be the next big thing.’
Looking back: Fearne’s shoot comes after she and fellow presenter Jake Humphrey branded their former workplace CBBC ‘aggressive and catty’
He asked Fearne: ‘Have you ever known a dressing room with so many tears?’
She responded: ‘I used to stay out of it. It was too scary for me.’
The BBC declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
Jake presented CBBC shows BAMZOOKi, Against All Odds, and Rule The School, and also hosted the channel’s coverage of Fame Academy with Holly Willoughby.
Fearne appeared on Eureka TV, Finger Tips with fellow presenter Stephen Mulhern, and Only in America with Reggie Yates.