February 4, 2023

Love Island’s Coco Lodge put on a busty display this week in a series of racy swimwear snaps as she enjoyed time in Dubai to focus on work and training.

In two images posted to Instagram on Wednesday, the reality star, 27, smiled for a close-up selfie while wearing a zebra-print suit.

She flashed her plunging neckline as she posed for the risqué photos.

Racy: Love Island’s Coco Lodge put on a buxom display in a series of saucy swimwear photos as she enjoyed a sunny break in Dubai on Wednesday

Sultry: The reality star, 27, looked stunning in her zebra print number as she posed for selfies

Sultry: The reality star, 27, looked stunning in her zebra print number as she posed for selfies

Without makeup, the reality star let her natural beauty shine through and showed off her golden tan.

She wore her dark brown locks loose and straight as she enjoyed her vacation.

Coco captioned the post: ‘At my happiest’.

Sunshine break: Coco captioned Wednesday's post: 'At my happiest' as she enjoyed her time in Dubai and went makeup free for the images

Sunshine break: Coco captioned Wednesday’s post: ‘At my happiest’ as she enjoyed her time in Dubai and went makeup free for the images

Another image she posted to Instagram on Tuesday showed the Love Island star in a neon pink and orange bikini, with her underbust flashing.

For the relaxed shot, the beauty looked into the camera as she posed on a chair. She kept her accessories minimal and her dark locks fell over her shoulders.

Coco wrote on Instagram: “Preoccupied.”

Saucy: Another image from Tuesday showed the Love Island star in a neon pink and orange bikini, flashing her under the boob

Saucy: Another image from Tuesday showed the Love Island star in a neon pink and orange bikini, flashing her under the boob

Relaxed: Coco wrote on Instagram,

Relaxed: Coco wrote on Instagram, “Preoccupied,” as she took time to rest and relax during her vacation in Dubai on Tuesday

A third post from her vacation on Monday showed the influencer in a bold gold bikini with a cutout underneath.

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The Love Island star wore a light pink two-piece set from Sorelle on top of the bikini.

She pouted while standing in front of a mirror for the bikini photo, which included images of food and drinks she enjoyed during a meal.

Coco captioned her selection of images with two coconut emojis.

Skimpy: A third post from her vacation on Monday showed the influencer in a bold gold bikini with a cutout underneath

Skimpy: A third post from her vacation on Monday showed the influencer in a bold gold bikini with a cutout underneath

Stylish: The Love Island star wore a light pink two-piece set from Sorelle on top of the bikini as she went out for dinner on Monday

Stylish: The Love Island star wore a light pink two-piece set from Sorelle on top of the bikini as she went out for dinner on Monday

Holiday: She captioned her selection of relaxed and carefree images from Dubai with two coconut emojis on Monday

Holiday: She captioned her selection of relaxed and carefree images from Dubai with two coconut emojis on Monday

The influencer also shared snippets of her free time on her Instagram story, including a video and photos of a meal she had at Amaya Dubai on Wednesday.

It comes after the influencer last week hit back at trolls who criticized her appearance after she appeared Love Island.

The reality star described her experience on the show as a “rollercoaster” and said that after she was dumped, she faced “brutal” comments.

Speak against The modeshe said, “I’ve also dealt with the bad side of being in the public eye right now, especially with social media trolls and negative press that sometimes felt hard, especially when they were so brutal about my looks, sometimes you do doubt yourself.

Yummy: The influencer also shared a photo of the delicious food she ate in Dubai in her selection of images from Monday

Yummy: The influencer also shared a photo of the delicious food she ate in Dubai in her selection of images from Monday

Coco added, “Since coming out of the Love Island villa with so much hate and negativity, I’ve made it a goal to become so successful just to prove all the haters wrong.

“I find myself in an underhanded way throughout the experience that I love myself more than I did prior to the show because I had to build myself up since I came off the show and learned that regardless of anyone’s opinion, I have to love myself and all my attributes and imperfections that I put in the spotlight for people to crucify, I chose this decision and I just had to acknowledge it both the good and the bad.”

Coco also lashed out at the show for its editing, saying it “robbed” her from showing her “100% genuine self.”

Opening: Coco Lodge hit back at trolls who criticized her appearance after she appeared on Love Island

Opening: Coco Lodge hit back at trolls who criticized her appearance after she appeared on Love Island

Coco appeared to criticize Love Island last summer, claiming she was not pre-warned about trolls before the bosses gave her back her phone.

Coco, who appeared on the Capital Breakfast in July, said she was a victim of troll abuse over her appearance, which surprised her.

Host Sian Welby told her, “You’ve been getting horrible, horrible trolling, horrific comments on your Instagram, on Twitter, I mean, what was it like coming out of the villa and seeing that all of a sudden?”

Criticism: Coco also lashed out at the show for its editing, saying it

Criticism: Coco also lashed out at the show for its editing, saying it “deprived” her of showing her “100% sincere self”

Coco replied, “I just wasn’t expecting it because I wasn’t forewarned so when I got my phone back it was literally on its way to the airport and I read all these comments about my appearance and the way I look and I was literally shocked.”

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“I know an article of mine was released at the airport and it was ‘Coco Lodge furious when she sees the trolls’ comments’ and I just think, I was upset, I wasn’t furious, it hurt, it is what it is.’

A Love Island spokesperson said all islanders are being given: “Training on the impact of social media and how to deal with potential negativity.

Casts are told to consider all possible implications of being on the show and go through this decision-making process in consultation with their families and those closest to them to make sure they feel it’s going well. it’s for them.

“(They get) a welfare team dedicated solely to the islanders, both during the show and afterwards.

“(And also) customized training on how to handle social media and advice on finances and adjusting to life at home.”

After Mike Thalassitis’ death in 2019, producers announced major changes to the islanders’ duty of care, saying everyone would have access to therapy sessions, social media and financial training, and a minimum of 14 months of “proactive” contact.

The ITV show addressed their duty of care after two islanders; Sophie Gradon and Mike and host Caroline Flack tragically died by suicide within a span of 20 months.

Not ready: Coco appeared to criticize Love Island last summer, claiming she was not warned about trolls before bosses returned her phone

Not ready: Coco appeared to criticize Love Island last summer, claiming she was not warned about trolls before bosses returned her phone