Love Island’s Joanna Chimonides turns up the heat in a tiny striped thong bikini in a sizzling throwback photo from her trip to the Maldives
She was one of several celebrities who flew to the beach during the UK’s national lockdown.
And Joanna Chimonides turned up the heat when she took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a sizzling throwback snap.
The former Love Islander, 24, showed off her incredible figure in a low-cut striped bikini while posing on the beach.
Beach babe: Joanna Chimonides turned up the heat when she took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a sizzling bikini-clad throwback snap
Joanna beamed at the camera as she posed on the white sand in the skimpy swimwear.
The reality star dropped her golden locks in her eyes as she flashed her pearly whites in front of her thousands of followers.
Accentuating her flawless physique in the multi-colored bikini, she lifted her shoulders to show off her curves.
Joanna returned from the Maldives in February with fellow Love Island alum Georgia Steel, 22, in February.
Travel: Joanna returned from the Maldives in February with fellow Love Island alum Georgia Steel, 22, (pictured on vacation in January)
The pair had been busy documenting their lavish getaways with friends, including Francesca Allen and Hayley Hughes in a series of snaps, while most of the UK was ordered to stay at home.
Traveling abroad is still prohibited in the UK for no legally permitted reason.
And Home Secretary Priti Patel criticized those vacationing in the sun when told to stay at home.
Controversial: Joanna had been busy documenting her lavish holiday with friends, including in a series of snaps, while most of the UK was ordered to stay at home
Audiences took offense at the tone-deaf posts by influencers from warmer climates such as the Maldives and Dubai – now called ‘Covid Cosablanca’.
Hostile posts on Instagram and Twitter pages are accused of recklessly spreading the virus and putting increasing pressure on the NHS.
Many claim they’ve flown off for ‘inevitable work trips’ – and some went so far as to suggest that their social media posts should make them ‘key workers’.
Fun in the Sun: Joanna and her bestie Georgia Steel didn’t stop posting photos of their controversial escape that critics said recklessly spread the coronavirus