LOVE Island's Lucie Donlan set pulses racing with a sexy bikini snap as she self-isolates from coronavirus.
The reality beauty, 22, slipped into her swimwear as she perched on the sofa and gave the camera a sultry stare.
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She finished the stunning post with the sassy caption: "Oh you’re dating my ex? Cool, I’m eating a sandwich want those leftovers too?"
Her 1.6million followers loved it, with many giving her compliments.
One wrote: "Oh my you are superb."
While another commented: "Hi Lucie you look stunning and so cute stay safe lucie take care."
Love Island's Molly Smith praised the caption, writing: "Hhaha caption ? flames girl."
Eve Gale typed: "Wowwww."
Lucie – who rose to fame on the dating show last summer – is currently single following her split from Joe Garratt, who she met on the show.
Last week Lucie hit out at hit out at “selfish” people who fled cities for a coronavirus holiday in Cornwall.
The model, who lives in Newquay, became increasingly frustrated by the situation – pointing out there is only one hospital in the whole of Cornwall.
She ranted: “So apparently the A30 is jam packed of people from cities coming down to Cornwall for holidays/ spend time in their holiday homes.
“If anyone saw my stories of information the other day on Cornwall at this time. WE HAVE ONE HOSPITAL. This is madness why they are still coming down here.”
She later added: “In the nicest way possible please don’t come down on holiday. We’ve got the highest amount of older people down here… please don’t be selfish.”
Her comments came as Steve Double, MP for St Austell and Newquay and Anthony Mangnall, MP for Totnes, also urged people not to come to the county on holiday.
Double said: "As a proud Cornishman I never thought I would say this, but please do not come to Cornwall for a holiday in the coming weeks."
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