Love Island’s Eve Gale sends temperatures soaring as she flaunts her ample assets in a plunging pink swimsuit amid Dubai getaway
She’s been keeping her fans back home in lockdown Britain updated on her trip to Dubai with sizzling daily updates posted on Instagram.
And Eve Gale didn’t disappoint fans on Tuesday as she sent temperatures soaring with her latest sizzling snap.
The Love Island star, 21, flaunted her very ample assets in a plunging hot pink swimsuit as she posed up a storm on the beach.
Pink lady: Eve Gale didn’t disappoint fans on Tuesday as she sent temperatures soaring with her latest sizzling snap from her Dubai getaway
Eve oozed confidence in the cleavage-baring Mars The Label one piece as she flashed a sultry pose and played with her hair for the picture.
The reality star got up on her tip-toes so as to perfectly highlight her bronzed pins and slender physique.
Eve kept things glamorous with a generous make-up palette, while her blonde tresses were swept up into a high ponytail.
On Monday, the influencer wowed fans by sharing a busty snap alongside twin sister Jess.
Racy: The Love Island star, 21, flaunted her very ample assets in a plunging hot pink swimsuit as she posed up a storm on the beach
The ladies pouted into the camera as they left little to the imagination in their plunging swimsuits.
Last week, Eve once again flaunted her sensational physique as she spent another day in the sun in Dubai.
The beauty showed off some serious underboob in a pastel pink cut-out swimming costume which boasted a criss-cross detail over her taut midriff.
She posed up a storm with one arm in the air and the other resting on the edge of the boat, with the Dubai cityscape behind her.
Eye-popping display: Eve and twin Jess pouted into the camera as they left little to the imagination in their plunging swimsuits in another busty snap shared on Monday
Eve and her sister Jess are just two of many celebrities who have jetted to Dubai in recent weeks, joining many other Love Islanders including Joanna Chimonides, Hayley Hughes and Francesca Allen.
Many stars have insisted their trips are for ‘work purposes’ as the government currently asks UK residents living in high-risk areas to avoid unnecessary travel.
However several Love Island stars have been forced to hit back at angry fans after they were criticised for jetting off on holiday during the global pandemic.
Kym Marsh has also hit out at influencers travelling to Dubai amid the coronavirus restrictions in the UK and thinks the government should close the borders.
The TV presenter, 44, admitted she was unimpressed by photos on social media of reality stars living it up in the UAE while Britain is in the midst of its third lockdown.
Kym admitted in her OK! magazine column she thinks work trips should be put off for the time being.
Sizzling: Eve is in Dubai with her twin sister Jess, who has also been sharing sizzling bikini snaps to Instagram during the visit
She wrote: ‘Lots of influencers seem to be going abroad. If you’ve got to travel for work then fair enough, but I personally would be putting off that trip and staying home.
‘From what I can see from the pictures of people in Dubai, every man and his dog is there and it doesn’t look particularly socially distanced!’
From 4am on January 15, passengers arriving by boat, train or plane – including UK nationals – will have to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country.
They will need to present proof of a negative test result – using a PCR test or on some occasions a LAMP or lateral flow test – to their carrier on boarding while the UK Border Force will conduct spot checks on arrivals.
New arrivals who flout the rules will face a minimum £500 fine, while the operator who transported them will also be fined.
Passengers will still have to quarantine for 10 days regardless of their test results, transport minister Robert Courts said in a statement.
Opinion: It comes after Kym Marsh hit out at influencers travelling to Dubai amid the coronavirus restrictions in the UK and thinks the government should close the borders