Olivia Bowen sent temperatures soaring on Sunday as she posed for a slew of Instagram snaps.
The former Love Islander, 28, showed off her incredible figure in a blue lacy lingerie set by Boux Avenue.
She wore a bronze makeup palette that accentuated her natural features while styling her blonde tresses in loose curls.
The star, who recently gave birth to her first child, explained that wearing the lingerie set makes her “confident”.
She told her 3 million Instagram followers, “Feeling confident in your own skin isn’t always easy, and we all have our own ways of feeling more confident. @BouxAvenue does that for me.”
Olivia welcomed Abel earlier this summer with her husband Alex, who used to be a sales manager/scaffolder.
They rose to fame in 2016 where she was an original star and he a late and hugely popular contestant.
After leaving the mansion, their romance soon went from strength to strength and Alex popped the question in New York in 2016.
Loving couple Olivia and Alex have tied the knot in a luxurious Essex ceremony two years after meeting on Love Island in series two.
It comes after Olivia recently shared a candid Instagram post about breastfeeding, as she spoke candidly about her journey since becoming a mother.
She revealed she wasn’t sure if she’d be able to breastfeed her first pregnancy as she’s “not a maternal person” – stressing that sometimes there are “difficult days” with the process.
She shared two snaps – one looking glamorous as she cuddled her little one in her arms, and another, more “real” snap of her looking teary-eyed and tired while breastfeeding.
She wrote a lengthy caption: “I never thought I would be breastfeeding. I think where I felt like I wasn’t a motherly person at all before Abel was born, I had serious doubts that it would work for me, nor did I even feel comfortable thinking about it!
“I would go as far as to say that it scared me a bit. You all know I wasn’t sure if I should have children and that’s mainly because I felt like I was so bad at being a mother, not a maternal bone in my body in front of Abel.
“Fast forward to the birth of Abel and when he first checked into the hospital it couldn’t have felt more natural. I will forever be grateful for the connection and connection I feel while feeding him.
“Now at 2 months and still breastfeeding and watching him grow on something my body produced specifically for him is just incredibly rewarding. I never expected to breastfeed, nor did I push myself, but I’m so glad we did it ❤️.
She continued: “It’s not always easy, those first few weeks the emotions are no joke. I had a few days when it just didn’t kick in properly and I felt like a complete failure, I felt like I was failing myself and him – even though I had told myself beforehand that I didn’t care about breastfeeding cared.
“The first week of cradling my swollen boobs over the bath, I woke up to wet sheets that had leaked and I was constantly worrying about how much he was getting and if it was good enough?!
“I was convinced I would stop breastfeeding after a month, then I said 3 months & now I’m saying 6! There’s no feeling like it. When his little eyes look up at me and when he gets all sleepy and content. So close to you who am I!!!! I never thought I would write this.
“There are tough days but there are so many amazing days and they make the tough days feel like a million miles away. I can’t even explain how amazing it feels to see my baby thrive off my body after growing out of the same body for 9 months.
She captioned it, saying: “It taught me to just trust the process, trust myself and trust that I’m doing whatever I can.
“I’m very happy that we’ve come this far, no matter how long this feeding journey takes, whether it’s months or weeks or even days more – I’m thankful I had that much time at all!”