Love Island’s India Reynolds turns the temperature up as she shows off her incredible curves in a sassy bikini
She is no stranger to posting sultry snaps on social media.
And India Reynolds looked sensational again when she showed off her incredible physique in a bright purple bikini on Friday.
The Love Island star, 30, took to Instagram to share the photo as she posed with a seductive pout and stared into her phone screen.
Wow! India Reynolds looked sensational when she showed off her incredible physique in a bright purple bikini on Friday
India showed off her toned abs as she posed for the camera in the crinkled Pour Moi swimsuit following her long-term partnership with the brand.
She wore her auburn locks in relaxed wavy curls that matched her beach look.
India showed an enviable golden brown color and was complemented by a selection of glamorous gold bracelets and rings.
The TV star appeared on season five of the ITV dating show, finishing in third place with basketball player Ovie Soko.
Her post comes after she recently spoke to MailOnline about her split with ex Ovie and her newfound romance with a mysterious suitor.
In the exclusive interview, she said, ‘I didn’t like people commenting on my relationship, it’s a very personal thing.
“I feel like I spend a lot of my life on social media, but you have to find that balance and keep some things to yourself.”
Taking a pose: India regularly shows off her sensational physique on social media as she models lingerie from her third Pour Moi collection
When asked if she would ever post a photo with her boyfriend, India replied, ‘No, no, no, certainly not.
Never say never, maybe on my wedding day! And that won’t happen again in the near future. ‘
The model broke up with Love Island beau Ovie in October 2019 after appearing in the villa that year.
She also hit back on trolls, who attacked her on social media, saying, ‘They say everything, it’s just going to be about the most stupid thing.
At the time: The TV star appeared on season five of the ITV dating show Love Island, finishing in third place with basketball player Ovie Soko (pictured in 2019)
‘Like sometimes I get really random and people just reply’ you’re an idiot ‘to my story, I also get a lot stricter, where they’re like’ you’re sl * g ‘and I’m like okay, cool … it is just so pointless. It’s really ridiculous …
‘People are keyboard warriors because I’ve never walked down the street and someone comes up to me and calls me a sl * g. Who are these people?
In lockdown, it’s not necessarily trolling – there are a lot of angry people on social media, everyone is having a hard time.
‘It’s terrible. I can’t figure out what someday anyone would own to send a nasty message on social media. ‘