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Love Island’s Hayley Hughes poses up a storm in a very cheeky leopard print thong bikini

Love Island’s Hayley Hughes poses up a storm in a very cheeky leopard print thong bikini during Dubai photoshoot

Love Island‘s Hayley Hughes looked sensational as she posed up a storm in a tiny leopard print thong bikini during photoshoot.  

The reality star, 24, shared the stunning footage from the Dubai shoot with her fans on Instagram on Tuesday.

She left little to the imagination in the triangle bikini top which showcased her assets.

 Sizzling: Love Island’s Hayley Hughes looked sensational as she posed up a storm in a tiny leopard print bikini in a video she posted to Instagram from a photoshoot in Dubai on Tuesday

The Liverpudlian beauty displayed her taut midriff in a matching pair of bikini bottoms which tied at the side.

In the footage, the model walked away from the camera showing off her bottom in the thong two piece.

Hayley wore her luscious blonde locks in subtle beach waves with some pulled into a loose braid.

She highlighted her natural beauty with a lick of makeup and displayed her sunkissed skin.  

Cheeky: The reality star, 24, walked away from the camera and showed off her perky bottom in the thong bikini - it's not known if she is currently living in the UAE

Cheeky: The reality star, 24, walked away from the camera and showed off her perky bottom in the thong bikini – it’s not known if she is currently living in the UAE

Hayley fixed the lens with a wistful gaze as she worked the camera and drew attention to her petite frame.

Completing the beach vibe, the star drank from a coconut as she pranced around on the sand. 

Hayley captioned the video: ‘Let’s get lost’ and added a leopard emoji in a nod to her ensemble. 

The model has been out in Dubai since December and is living there. 

She shot to fame in the fourth series of Love Island in 2018, and is among a number of fellow stars who remained in the UAE during the UK’s third national lockdown.  

Hourglass figure: The Liverpudlian beauty left little to the imagination in the triangle bikini top which showcased her assets

Hourglass figure: The Liverpudlian beauty left little to the imagination in the triangle bikini top which showcased her assets 

Beauty: Completing the beach vibe, the star drank from a coconut as she pranced around on the sand

Beauty: Completing the beach vibe, the star drank from a coconut as she pranced around on the sand 

In recent months, influencers have come under fire for jetting abroad during the pandemic, and when their faced with the backlash of flaunting their sun-soaked trip during lockdown on Instagram, have churned out the ‘be kind’ mantra. 

Fellow Love Island star Olivia Attwood, 29, hit out at influencers for hijacking ‘be kind’ to avoid facing accountability for their actions.

She took to Instagram on Sunday to discuss the phrase ‘in a world where you can be anything, be kind’, which gained momentum in the wake of Caroline Flack’s death in February 2020. 

During a Q and A, one follower asked: ‘How do you feel about influencers just using ‘be kind’ to avoid accountability?’   

Olivia said: ‘It’s a really interesting and I don’t disagree why people think they see influencers doing that. I have grown actually tired of that whole saying now.’

She added in the caption: ‘It’s a really interesting conversation, I’m so brain dead today I can’t even go there. But defo one I’ll come back to another day. 

‘There is a line isn’t there between ‘questioning someone’s actions’ and ‘abusing someone online’ (sic).

Last month, Olivia was vocal with her criticism of her reality star and influencer pals, who remain in Dubai, for claiming they are ‘working abroad’ amid the coronavirus crisis.    

Speaking out: Olivia Attwood has hit out at influencers who have posted the quote 'in a world where you can be anything, be kind' to avoid accountability of their actions

Speaking out: Olivia Attwood has hit out at influencers who have posted the quote ‘in a world where you can be anything, be kind’ to avoid accountability of their actions

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