And Olivia Bowen, 27, looked incredible as she showcased her toned figure from her lavish bedroom in her Essex mansion on Monday.
The reality star, wowed in a sheer navy lingerie set which she shared with her 2.6 million Instagram followers.
Wow! Olivia Bowen, 27, looked incredible as she showcased her toned figure from her lavish bedroom in her Essex mansion on Monday
The tattooed beauty accessorised with a thick gold necklace and silver rings.
The star captioned the post: Who’s watching Love Island tonight then?! I’m celebrating the return with @bouxavenue.’
Olivia also took to her Instagram stories to say she will be watching Love Island tonight.
‘I completely just ignored the fact that Love Island is on tonight, well in a bit.
Excited: Olivia also took to her Instagram stories to say she will be watching Love Island tonight
The couple have allegedly added to their £5 million fortune by purchasing a house in the Midlands to rent out and have just set up The Bowen Homes Ltd, according to The Sun.
Since finishing second on Love Island back in 2016, Olivia and Alex have earned millions through brand deals and TV appearances, and last year purchased their dream home in the Essex countryside.
Cashing in: Olivia and her husband Alex have reportedly cemented their status as the show’s richest couple by launching a property empire
It’s also thought that Olivia and Alex have invested £100,000 into a three-bedroom property in Wolverhampton, and are hoping to splash out on a string of homes.
A source said: ‘It’s the obvious thing to do. Property is always a banker and rentals will give them what’s known as a passive income in later life when perhaps they aren’t so in demand to feature in ads for clothes firms.’
Olivia has also just launched her own equestrian clothing range called Zangelo.
The couple, who married in 2018, have openly documented the vast renovations they’ve made to their Essex mansion, after purchasing the property for £1 million.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Olivia and Alex Bowen for comment.
Splashing out! The couple have allegedly added to their £5 million fortune by purchasing a house in the Midlands to rent out and have just set up The Bowen Homes Ltd
Going strong: Olivia and Alex finished as runner-up on Love Island in 2016, and went onto marry two years later (pictured on the show)
Sizzling: Amid the reports about her property empire, Olivia shared a series of Instagram snaps flaunting her incredible figure
Jaw-dropping: The star posed in a series of glamorous looks, including a plunging silk blouse and boyfriend jeans
Last year Olivia admitted she could earn up to £50,000 a month, a far cry from working as a sales executive.
Speaking Ovie Soko’s series Ovie: Life After Reality TV, the star admitted her life since leaving the villa was a worlds away from years living in a council flat.
She said: ‘I could never have dreamt of being in this position – not ever – and Love Island gave that to us.’
‘We then worked hard, we were nice people and we had a bit of luck on our side and not everyone gets that.’
Standing out: Another snap Olivia dressed in a plunging black jumpsuit with matching heels and a sparkling necklace
Gorgeous: She also posed alongside a swimming pool in a skintight blue satin dress
Asked whether their earnings had been affected by their fame, Olivia added: ‘A good month for me back in the day would be about £1500. A good month for me… one month has been £50,000.’
Olivia is known for keeping it real on Instagram, and was recently hailed as ‘inspiring’ after she bravely displayed her psoriasis in a lingerie shoot.
In March, the reality starlet, who has previously spoken about dealing with the skin condition, shared snaps of herself donning pink lace lingerie along with an inspirational message.
Olivia re-shared one of the photos to her Instagram Stories and said the reason she speaks about her psoriasis is because she would have loved to see someone talk about it when she was struggling with it as a teenager.
Cashing in: It’s also thought that Olivia and Alex have invested £100,000 into a three-bedroom property in Wolverhampton (pictured is their Essex home following renovations)
She wrote: ‘Some days I don’t wanna look at my skin, some days I don’t care, some days I love it.
‘The reality is it just doesn’t f*****g matter in comparison to what is worth our time in the world.
‘I just get on with my life & do my work & enjoy being alive & live my best! The main reason I acknowledge my psoriasis online is because I KNOW how much I would have loved to see someone in the public eye with it when I had it last at 17 years old.
‘It shouldn’t even be a thing to be honest, but I know how on bad days it can get you down. Your messages on how much it helps seeing me confident with it are really lovely.
‘Really so sweet & I’m happy that you guys can take something away from seeing someone just living with it. You can too!’
Olivia previously admitted her 10-year battle leaves her feeling ‘terribly insecure’ at times as she deals with flare-ups which can last up to four months.
Important: Olivia is known for keeping it real on Instagram, and was recently hailed as ‘inspiring’ after she bravely displayed her psoriasis in a recent lingerie shoot