Love Island's Faye Winter looks incredible in very daring dress at awards show | The Sun

LOVE Island star Faye Winter looked incredible on the red carpet in a daring white dress at the Justgiving Awards last night.

The 28 year old ex-islander made a jaw-dropping entrance sporting a midriff cut-out dress that left fans in awe.

Faye’s choice of accessories was understated yet elegant. Subtle silver earrings paired with minimalistic silver bangles.

The Justgiving awards is an annual event honouring the heroes of charity and philanthropy. Awards were given last night during the celebration in London.

Faye’s appearance at the Just Giving Awards was a testament to her evolving style and her commitment to making a positive impact.

After leaving the villa, the former letting and sales manager toldhow happy she was to be moving into her "dream" house with then boyfriend Teddy Soares and even started an Instagram account for her home.

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Faye later moved back to Devon, after splitting up with Teddy back in February.

She said it was in Devon where gained her confidence back.

The star has recently shared a heart touching statement about how much her pet dog has helped her in recent times.

On an Instagram caption, Faye said: “I owe everything to her, so when people say she’s just a dog, they don’t realise, on days I’ve not wanted to speak she’s been my only conversation.

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“When I haven’t wanted to leave my house, she’s been the reason I have to

“When I’m upset, she’s the one to find me”

Faye is also a prominent advocate for Guide Dogs UK, lending her support as a campaign ambassador.

Faye recently said being a Guide Dogs volunteer 'cured' her loneliness.

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