Love Island's Montana Brown stuns in barely-there bikini on incredible sunshine holiday | The Sun

LOVE Island star Montana Brown looked stunning as she posed in a barely-there bikini.

The 26-year-old showed off her figure in the sunshine while enjoying a working holiday.

Montana looked amazing in the purple two-piece from her brand Swim Society, which she teamed with a blue sunhat.

She captioned the snap which showed her squinting from the sun: "POV: you left your sunglasses at home 🍇".

Her followers were quick to voice their approval, with one fan writing: "Stunning".

Another added: "😍😍🔥🔥".

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A third gushed: "Stunning as always" and a fourth: "UN – real 💜💜💜💜💜💜".

Montana shot to fame on the third season of Love Island in 2017, but has since carved out a living as an influencer and founder of her swimwear brand.

Posting an enviable picture of her abroad, on board a boat with the blue sea and sky surrounding her, Montana explained why she was out of the country.

She said: "let the swim society content commence…. 👙".

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Last year Montana opened up about her drastic weight loss caused by debilitating anxiety.

In a powerful Instagram post she spoke of how her weight was impacted by her mental health.

Warning fans that her caption may be triggering for some, the reality star wrote: "I was looking back at old pictures of myself and I cannot believe my weight. My anxiety was so bad and I did not know how to handle it, it was always in my stomach so I completely lost my appetite when I was struggling mentally.

"It makes me so sad to look back at pictures as I didn’t quite realise how bad it was. I knew I wasn’t eating and I knew I wasn’t coping but I would put a baggy jumper on so I didn’t have to see it. I didn’t feel attractive or good about my body but my mind was in a bad spot.

"I now reflect on these times and feel gratitude that I’ve moved forward mentally and physically. I am feeling blessed for going through it because it has made me more self aware and it made me spend time on the self work which we all could do more of."

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