Fearne Cotton dons a swimsuit and woolly hat as she braves a dip in the sea

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She has credited her daily exercise sessions with helping her mental health. 

And Fearne Cotton took the plunge and braved the freezing cold ‘nipple protruding’ sea on Sunday. 

The radio presenter, 40, donned a form-fitting black swimsuit and added a chunky knitted pink beanie in a bid to keep in some warmth.

'Shockingly, beautifully, nipple protruding, freezing': Fearne Cotton, 40, donned a form-fitting swimsuit and took a brave plunge into the sea on Sunday

‘Shockingly, beautifully, nipple protruding, freezing’: Fearne Cotton, 40, donned a form-fitting swimsuit and took a brave plunge into the sea on Sunday

Fearne tucked her blonde locks into her hat and added a pair of vintage white framed cat eye shaped sunglasses.

The broadcaster sauntered down the beach and made her way over the pebbles before plunging into the water. 

Alongside the clip she penned: ‘Swam in the sea twice this weekend. Once on my own and once with my mate @catmeffan. Shockingly, beautifully, nipple protruding, freezing. Loved every second.’

Brave! The broadcaster could be seen as she sauntered down the beach and made her way over the pebbles before plunging into the water

Brave! The broadcaster could be seen as she sauntered down the beach and made her way over the pebbles before plunging into the water

Taking to her Story, Fearne shared scenic snaps of the beach as she wrapped up in much warmer attire. 

She layered over a green chunky jumper and added a black and white padded jacket to shield her from the breeze as she posed for a selfie. 

In another, she tightly hugged her friend and grinned for the camera after they had returned from their relaxing morning.

Freezing! The radio presenter donned a form-fitting black swimsuit and added a chunky knitted pink beanie in a bid to keep in some warmth

Freezing! The radio presenter donned a form-fitting black swimsuit and added a chunky knitted pink beanie in a bid to keep in some warmth

Stylish: Fearne tucked her blonde locks into her hat and added a pair of vintage white framed cat eye shaped sunglasses

Stylish: Fearne tucked her blonde locks into her hat and added a pair of vintage white framed cat eye shaped sunglasses

This comes as Fearne recently reflected on finding happiness, feeling ‘gratitude’ and leading a quieter life away from the spotlight.

The presenter took to Instagram to share a sunny snap as she took a break from writing her new book and noted how people can be affected by ‘blue Monday’ or equally ‘feel absolute happiness’ at anytime of the day or year.

The mum-of-two looked back on her younger days when she was at the height of her TV career and admitted she didn’t have the knowledge to ‘take command of my reactions to the world’.

Stunning: Taking to her Story, Fearne shared scenic snaps of the beach as she wrapped up in much warmer attire

Stunning: Taking to her Story, Fearne shared scenic snaps of the beach as she wrapped up in much warmer attire

Cosy: In another snap she tightly hugged her friend and grinned for the camera after they had returned from their relaxing morning.

Cosy: In another snap she tightly hugged her friend and grinned for the camera after they had returned from their relaxing morning.

However, as she leads a more low-key life, Fearne reflected that she is now able to find ‘pure joy’ in the little things in life as she remarked she’s ‘not lugging my past around with me any more’.  

Fearne penned: ‘Blue Monday, blue Tuesday, blue Wednesday, blue Thursday, blue Friday, blue Saturday, blue Sunday, it doesn’t matter what day of the week it is, or time of year, you can be blue ANY f*!cking given day. You can also feel absolute happiness on any day for no reason at all. 

‘When I look back on my thirties I wonder how many Mondays I lost to blueness. Probably tons.  

Gratitude: This comes as Fearne recently reflected on finding happiness, feeling'gratitude' and leading a quieter life away from the spotlight

Gratitude: This comes as Fearne recently reflected on finding happiness, feeling ‘gratitude’ and leading a quieter life away from the spotlight

The former Celebrity Juice host continued: ‘I might have been commercially more ‘successful’ back then, have filmed more big TV shows, interviewed many famous people, been invited to glamorous events or other stuff that you might believe cultivates happiness but I didn’t have the experience or knowledge to take command of my reactions to the world around me.’

‘I’ve just been on a lunch break walk in between writing a new kids book and planning my Bigger Than Us event tomorrow, and I felt pure joy. 

‘An elderly man on a bench with his face in the sun, The Beatles in my headphones, great colours all around, each step in my muddy trainers a privilege. I’m the same person now but I see the world very differently. 

 

Fearne recently shared:'I might have been called every name under the sun by strangers, been judged from a place of assumption, felt pure panic and a lack of safety being in the public eye but I do not need to carry that s**t around with me every day'

Fearne recently shared: ‘I might have been called every name under the sun by strangers, been judged from a place of assumption, felt pure panic and a lack of safety being in the public eye but I do not need to carry that s**t around with me every day’

‘I might not be immune to low days or circumstantial painful outcomes but I’m not lugging my past around with me any more.’

Fearne started her career as a children’s presenter before going on to front  big TV shows including Top Of The Pops, Celebrity Juice and the Xtra Factor, as well as forging a successful radio career. 

She is now a best-selling author of a number of self-help and mental positivity books and hosts her Happy Place podcast discussing love, life and loss. 

Reflections: The mum-of-two looked back on her younger days when she was at the height of her TV career and admitted she didn't have the knowledge to'take command of my reactions to the world' (pictured on the red carpet in 2005)

Reflections: The mum-of-two looked back on her younger days when she was at the height of her TV career and admitted she didn’t have the knowledge to ‘take command of my reactions to the world’ (pictured on the red carpet in 2005)

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