Love Island’s Georgia Steel flaunts her toned legs in a black leather dress as she heads out for ‘the last supper’ hours before national lockdown
The TV personality flaunted her incredible toned legs in the racy dress with a lacy hem as she stunned on her evening out.
Beauty: Georgia Steel looked incredible in a black PVC dress as she headed out for ‘the last supper’ in London on Wednesday
The beauty protected herself from the wind with a beige blazer which she draped over the shoulders.
Georgia wore patterned sheer tights and black heels as she accessorised simply with a gold watch and small hoop earrings.
The brunette beauty wore her long locks loose over her shoulders and a glowy make-up look.
Taking to Instagram, the reality star shared her look with the caption: ‘The last supper.’
Georgia opened up to MailOnline at the beginning of last month about the struggles she has faced following her split from Callum Izzard, 25, in April, after a whirlwind seven month romance.
Chic: The Love Island star wore patterned tights and accessorised with a simple gold watch and draped a beige blazer over her shoulders
Of their split, the reality star said: ‘Yeah it’s been hard. Every breakup is hard, it’s difficult but it’s all about growing and learning I guess, and you’ll be better on the other side in time.’
The brunette beauty and Callum met on Ex On The Beach in 2019 but found their relationship broke down during lockdown, with the hunk eventually moving out of their home.
According to the reality starlet, she is unsure if her relationship with Callum would have lasted if they had met under real life circumstances.
‘The last supper’: The TV personality shared the look on her Instagram as she said she was headed out for ‘the last supper’
She added: ‘I feel sometimes when you meet people on shows, it’s a bubble and if you come out of the show and if it works, you are very lucky, but a lot of the time that can be a fantasy.
‘Yes I think if I had met him on the outside, it would have been a different way of meeting.
‘When we first came out, it was obviously quite intense and we moved in together straight away, but it didn’t work out. If we met normally, we probably would have known that before [moving in together].
‘You know what, things just don’t work out and it just wasn’t meant to be. You’ve got to be brave, you’ve got to leave and walk away when it’s the time. It’s scary and it’s hard, especially in this industry because it can get quite lonely.’
Over: It comes after Georgia recently opened up to MailOnline about the struggles she has faced following her split from Callum Izzard in April following a seven-month romance