Love Island’s Megan Barton Hanson sends temperatures soaring in a criss-cross underwired bikini
She has amassed over 1.6million Instagram followers thanks to her stint on Love Island and sultry lingerie posts.
And Megan Barton Hanson commanded the attention of her social media fans on Saturday as she wowed in a criss-cross underwired bikini.
The reality star, 27, showed off her hourglass curves in the sensational two-piece as she reclined on a green chair.
Turn up the heat: Megan Barton Hanson commanded the attention of her social media fans on Saturday as she showed off her incredible figure in a criss-cross underwired bikini
She decorated her smallwaist with a delicate chain belt which complemented her sparkling rings and bracelets.
Megan tucked her blonde locks back in a relaxed ponytail and wore full coverage make-up.
The former Love Islander captioned the upload: ‘Blue is the warmest colour’.
It comes after the blonde bombshell encouraged her fans to experiment with their sexuality during a candid Instagram Q&A earlier this month.
Honest: It comes after the blonde bombshell encouraged her fans to experiment with their sexuality during a candid Instagram Q&A earlier this month
The reality star, who is bisexual, said that she thinks everyone should experience having sex with the same gender ‘once in your life’.
She also dished out tips on how to ‘love your own body’, saying that when she treats her body well, she feels the ‘sassiest’.
Megan responded to a curious fan who asked her: ‘Is sex better with a woman?’
She replied to the fan on her Story, cheekily suggesting she should ‘try it’, saying: ‘I think it depends who you’re having sex with.
‘Like sex can be bad with anyone, it can be amazing if you’re both like on the same level. But yea, I would definitely experience it once in your life.’
The TV personality also responded to a fan who asked her for tips on how to gain body confidence.
Megan replied: ‘Quick fixes like working out, eating healthy clean foods, generally just looking after your body and treating it with kindness just makes me feel like I love my body more.’
She added in the caption: ‘Boring but treating it good, eat well, drink loads of water, don’t eat s**t and not drinking alcohol is when I feel the sassiest!’
This comes as Megan revealed she would consider returning to Love Island – the show which catapulted her into the spotlight in 2018 – if there were to be a gay season.
She revealed during a discussion with the Cambridge Union that she would return to ITV2 show, but only if it was a gay season, as she said: ‘I would definitely go back on there!’
Taking notes: The blonde beauty also dished out tips on how to ‘love your own body’, saying that when she treats her body well, she feels the ‘sassiest’
The glamour model also told how more needs to be done by TV producers to show proper bisexual representation on the show, rather than just recruiting a ‘token’ bisexual.
She explained: ‘I think it [Love Island] would have been a completely different experience for me if there’d have been gay people on the show.
‘It didn’t even enter my head, I just assumed that every girl on there was completely straight.
‘Logistically I don’t know how it’d work if they just chucked in a few token gay people in there. I think we need a whole gay series.
‘If you’re going to do it, do it properly! I’d definitely go back on there if there’s a gay season!’
The stunner went on to reveal her desire for TV shows to increase bisexual representation without being ‘tokenistic’, stating: ‘I’m so passionate about this!
‘I feel like Producers now will pick one bisexual girl who’ll be chucked on the show. She’ll get with a girl for a minute and then get with a guy and then that’s it, done. I feel like that’s definitely not good enough, we need a whole gay season.
‘Because it just wouldn’t work, chucking in a few gay guys, gay girls into a straight show, it’s not gonna work. They need to completely do a whole gay season, I mean I’d definitely watch that!’
Where it all began: The reality star shot to fame on the fourth season of Love Island in 2018, finishing up in fourth place with then partner Wes Nelson