Love Island babe Lucie Donlan has never been one to shy away from vamping up her look but her latest snaps may be her most provocative yet.
The the blonde beauty, who is currently dating fellow islander Luke Mabbott, took to Instagram before uploading the tantalising pics for her army of fans.
Holding an impromptu photoshoot at her house, Lucie, 23, dared to bare she she slipped into a skimpy white negligee.
Made out of sheer lace and bone, the sultry garment accentuated her already trim frame while pushing up her chest.
Spilling into view, Lucie's cleavage was barely kept covered as she held out of her phone to film her body.
Featuring a corset style midsection, the garment added even more sex appeal by the fact it included suspenders.
Lucie captioned the post simply with a plug for adult store Ann Summers.
The clothing is from the brand's KBX Planet range.
Despite appearing on different series of Love Island as each other it didn't take long for Lucie and Luke to couple up in the real world.
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During her time in the villa Lucie dated Joe Garrett while Luke thought he'd found the one in Demi Jones.
After seeing Luke and Lucie couple up shortly after they split, Demi was keen to insist she had no hard feelings.
Speaking last year, Demi said: "We've completely called it off now, I think it was brought about more from his behalf than mine, but we're mutual and friendly.
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"With lockdown, it drove us apart and we live so far away from each other."
New reports claim ITV bosses are eyeing up Jersey as a possible new location for the villa is the usual Spanish villa is off limits due to the pandemic.
While it's been confirmed the show will air this summer, it's not know for sure where it will be.
Jersey, which is off the south coast, opens its borders to the UK on April 26.
Meanwhile Spain is in the middle of a third Covid wave.
A source told The Mirror: "The Channel Islands get plenty of sunshine so it makes sense to hold Love Island there if we can't get back to Spain.
"Either way we're going to put out a belting series. Viewers have missed Love Island for the whole of 2020 and they're desperate to have it back. They're going to love what we do, wherever we do it."
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