Montana Brown twins with her pal in sizzling blue bikinis on idyllic Maldives shoot after making an impassioned defence of the ‘work trip’
She touched down in the Maldives this week to shoot her Swim Society collection after a heartfelt defence of the ‘work trip’ amid Covid-19 restrictions and a nationwide travel ban.
And Montana Brown did not fail to showcase her first day of shooting as she shared sizzling bikini-clad snaps with singer-songwriter Mahalia on Instagram on Friday.
The Love Island star, 25, flaunted her washboard abs in a blue two-piece from her self-designed, sustainable collection while modelling at the stunning resort.
Sun-kissed: Montana Brown showcased her first day of Swim Society collection shooting in the Maldives as she shared sizzling bikini-clad snaps with singer Mahalia on Instagram on Friday
She shielded her eyes from the balmy sunshine in a wide-brimmed straw hat as she let her golden locks fall in a loose wave across her shoulders.
The bombshell flashed an ecstatic grin at the camera as she posed for the fun-filled snaps with her pal Mahalia, 22, who looked sensational in a twinning blue bikini.
Montana seemed set on reiterating that her lavish trip was for business as she shared an Instagram stories video flaunting the idyllic set and bragging that ‘it’s a tough life’.
Modelling: The Love Island star, 25, flaunted her washboard abs in a blue two-piece from her self-designed, sustainable collection while shooting at the stunning seaside resort
Alongside the bronzed snaps, she captioned: ‘pure happiness right there with my girl’ (sic)
Montana has also been joined by Love Island’s Samira Mighty and model Joann Van Den Herik on the balmy Maldives excursion.
On Thursday, she warned fans that ‘spam’ would be incoming from the enviable trip as she shared a sultry snap in a two-piece from her very own collection.
Montana looked sensational in the sizzling swimwear which showed off every inch of her taut frame as she proved she was her own best advertisement.
Sun-kissed: The bombshell flashed a huge grin at the camera as she posed in the fun-filled snaps with her pal Mahalia, 22, who looked sensational in a twinning blue bikini
She penned alongside the snap: ‘we made it to the maldives…. cue the content… apologies in advance’ (sic)
The group previously shared hoards of pictures and videos as they went through the airport and on the plane while Montana also complained of feeling ‘pooped’.
Amid furore over reality stars and influencers jetting abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic, Montana defended her trip in an impassioned YouTube video, insisting she was being ‘very careful’.
Quashing concerns she was flouting rules, a spokesperson for Montana previously said: ‘Montana is in the Maldives for work purposes shooting her campaign for her company Swim Society. This is allowed under government guidelines.’
Defensive: Montana bragged that ‘it’s a tough life’ while showing off the stunning set, soon after an impassioned defence of her work trip in a YouTube video before jetting off
Montana is currently shooting images for her sustainable swimwear, which she launched last year and is all made from recycled material.
COVID-19 rules currently stipulate that travelling outside the country is banned unless for business or education.
In the video shared ahead of the trip, Montana joined her business partner in explaining: ‘Everybody has been isolating, I’m not going out.
‘The quarantine coming back from the Maldives has been lifted.’
Montana went on: ‘We’re being very careful. We don’t want people to think we’re being sneaky, it’s is an influencer trip but we’re not being sneaky.
Covid: She seemed determined to reiterate that she had carefully planned her business trip to abide by guidelines, saying she was being ‘very careful’ in a recent YouTube video
Travel: The group shared pictures and videos as they went through the airport and on the plane while Montana also complained of feeling ‘pooped’
‘I can’t take a picture out in the garden with the leaves, I can’t put my wellies on.’
She then revealed they are using a company called More Trees to offset their carbon footprint and give back by planting trees.
They explained: ‘We’re trying to be sustainable and be accessible. Something else we’re doing which is amazing.
‘We’re going to the Maldives and we are going by plane – we’re not swimming there…
‘We’re using a company that offset your carbon footprint. He calculates how much we’ll be omitting and gifts us the trees.’