Dragon’s Den star completely unrecognisable from BBC show days in new sunny snap

Dragons' Den icon Duncan Bannatyne looklooked very different after posting a new picture on his Instagram.

Businessman and entrepreneur Duncan, 76, showed off his new look, sporting a bushy, wiry beard whilst on holiday in Miami.

When he appeared on the hit BBC business show, he was known for being a no-nonsense, ruthless investor, looking powerful with his clean-cut face and sharp suits.

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But in his latest post on his Instagram feed, Duncan was worlds away from his former self, as he rocked a loose-fit fuchsia floral shirt, with the sleeves rolled up to his elbows.

To add to his newfound relaxed nature, he left the top button undone, showing off the top of his bare chest.

He complemented the outfit with a pair of cerise shorts, which he matched with burgundy loafers.

He finished the outfit with a stylish pair of sunglasses, several silver-chained necklaces and a watch on his left wrist.

Captioning the photo, the TV star wrote: "A day out in very hot hot hot Miami."

It is thought that Duncan jetted off stateside with his wife Nigora, aged 43.

The pair met just after his divorce from his second wife, Joanna McCue, which was said to set the entrepreneur back a cool £345million in 2011.

Since then, the couple have been inseparable, consistently being spotted at their luxurious Portuguese villa.

Bannatyne is a father of seven, with five daughters and one son being born from previous marriages.

Nigora, who used to work as a dentist's receptionist in London's Harley Street, has just one child from her previous relationship.

Duncan became a titan of TV when he came onto screens as one of the ferocious Dragons in 2005.

During his 10-year tenure on the BBC2 show, he became synonymous with his breakneck approach, regularly calling out up and coming businesses.

Bannatyne chose to quit the show in 2015, after a decade on the show, when he decided not to make any more investments with his money.

Speaking at the time, Duncan admitted: "I do not plan to make any further investments on the programme so thought it fair to offer my seat to someone else."

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