Paige Turley, star of Love Island 2020, took to Instagram to show off some new lingerie in some sexy snaps on Sunday.
Posting a set of three sizzling photos, the former Love Island star and winner of Winter Love Island 2020, looked stunning in blue and pink as she snapped away in front of the mirror.
In a paid partnership with Boux Avenue and posted on photo-sharing app, Instagram, the star captioned the photoset with:
“So obsessed with the new @bouxavenue collection of lingerie! This gorgeous Jodie Plunge has the prettiest lace, I just can’t pick my favourite colour! What do you guys think?!”
Paige posed in her full-length mirror with her blonde tresses styled in loose waves, a smouldering pout and her legs crossed.
The star showed off her toned physique while she clicked away on her phone.
The blonde bombshell won Love Island 2020 with boyfriend Finn Tapp, who she is still in a relationship with today.
They coupled up at the beginning of 2020 and by June they had moved in together.
In February this the couple celebrated their first anniversary.
In a celebratory post on Instagram, Paige wrote:"You deserve a medal for putting up with me at the best of times.. through a pandemic is really something else!! Here's to lots more Polaroid memories with you."
Paige is a Scottish singer and appeared on Britain's Got Talent when she was 14.
Prior to appearing on Love Island, Paige was in a relationship with Lewis Capaldi.
She is believed to have inspired the song that shot him to fame, Someone You Loved, although Lewis has denied these claims.
Love Island will return to our screens this month.
Set to make a comeback on June 28th, fans are excited for the new islanders to enter the villa.
The new series of Love Island will be available to watch on ITV2.
Past series of the show are available to watch on ITV Hub to ensure you’re up-to-date with past goings on in the villa.
Fans of the show have been waiting over a year for the next season of Love Island.
Last summer it was cancelled due to Covid-19 and the travel restrictions that were in place.
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