Love Island’s Faye Winter goes braless in an extreme plunging blue dazzling dress as she poses for sizzling snaps
Faye Winter dressed to impress on Tuesday as she posed up a storm braless in a blue dazzling mini dress on Instagram.
The former Love Island star, 27, looked sensational in the extreme plunging glittering number which boasted a daring thigh-high split.
She turned up the heat by looking away from the camera while posing for the sizzling snaps.
The reality star applied a flawless palette of makeup to accentuate her beauty including a perfect winged eye liner and bronzed cheeks.
The TV personality styled her long blonde tresses in luxurious waves as they cascaded past her shoulders from a side parting.
Hot! Faye Winter dressed to impress on Tuesday as she posed up a storm braless in a blue dazzling mini dress on Instagram
Sizzling: The former Love Island star, 27, looked sensational in the extreme plunging glittering number which boasted a daring thigh-high split
Faye penned: ‘What is it they say about rolling it in glitter’.
The Love Island sensation confirmed her split from her partner earlier this year and has now said she feels like she’s grieving him.
In an interview with OK! Magazine, she admitted she is pushing forward as a single woman and wants to freeze her eggs as she will not let her single status dictate her hopes of starting a family.
She explained: ‘Personally, I want to start my journey of freezing my eggs and giving myself some time to fall in love with this new life.
‘It’s such a change and now I’m at a point where I’m starting to find myself on my own in this world, I want to fall in love with that.’
The reality star admitted Teddy will always have a special place in her heart and said called it quits after realising they tried to built a relationship in a very high-pressure environment.
She explained: ‘It’s so hard. I honestly believed he was my soulmate. It’s always hard to come to terms with these things and him not being there to build a life with.’
Going solo: It comes after Faye revealed she’s determined to freeze her eggs and is embracing her single status after splitting from Teddy Soares
Former flame: Faye and Teddy came third on the 2021 series of Love Island – but announced their split this year after 18 months of dating
She added that she felt like she was grieving but is trying to move on and embrace single life.
The TV personality previously didn’t hesitate to share the excitement of moving into her ‘dream’ property in Essex with Teddy – only three months after leaving the villa.
The former lettings and sales manager even created a home Instagram account for the swanky apartment she shared with Teddy, 28.
Faye admitted she feels like she’s grieving her ex lover as she thought he really was her soulmate, but understands is time to move on.
She announced their split last month in a post that read: ‘I wanted to let you know that after lots of time and consideration, Teddy and I have decided to go our separate ways.
‘Thank you all so much for supporting our relationship and sharing the journey with us. I’m forever grateful.’
It comes after the star hit back at skinny-shaming trolls as she showed off her physique in a sparkly purple swimsuit on Sunday.
The star posed for Instagram snaps in the pool at the luxury Londoner Hotel.
The reality TV personality put on a leggy display as she slipped into a purple sparkly one-piece and shared a powerful message about body positivity.
Faye wrote: ‘They’ll say I’m too skinny, they’ll say I’m too loud, they’ll say my appearance has changed but I’ll say I’m me and I’m proud of myself for never changing my soul.’
How does IVF work?
In-vitro fertilisation, known as IVF, is a medical procedure in which a woman has an already-fertilised egg inserted into her womb to become pregnant.
It is used when couples are unable to conceive naturally, and a sperm and egg are removed from their bodies and combined in a laboratory before the embryo is inserted into the woman.
Once the embryo is in the womb, the pregnancy should continue as normal.
The procedure can be done using eggs and sperm from a couple or those from donors.
Guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that IVF should be offered on the NHS to women under 43 who have been trying to conceive through regular unprotected sex for two years.
People can also pay for IVF privately, which costs an average of £3,348 for a single cycle, according to figures published in January 2018, and there is no guarantee of success.
The NHS says success rates for women under 35 are about 29 per cent, with the chance of a successful cycle reducing as they age.
Around eight million babies are thought to have been born due to IVF since the first ever case, British woman Louise Brown, was born in 1978.
Chances of success
The success rate of IVF depends on the age of the woman undergoing treatment, as well as the cause of the infertility (if it’s known).
Younger women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy.
IVF isn’t usually recommended for women over the age of 42 because the chances of a successful pregnancy are thought to be too low.
Between 2014 and 2016 the percentage of IVF treatments that resulted in a live birth was:
29 per cent for women under 35
23 per cent for women aged 35 to 37
15 per cent for women aged 38 to 39
9 per cent for women aged 40 to 42
3 per cent for women aged 43 to 44
2 per cent for women aged over 44